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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Roman Klein
Regulation of Issue and Trading of Uncertificated Securities in Private International Law
Private International Law
(Master’s programme)
2017
Klein R.Y.

Regulation of Issue and Trading of Uncertificated Securities in Private International Law

The aim of this research is to outline the key problems with regard to trading of uncertificated securities. To achieve the aim of the research we will try to resolve the following objectives: (1) determining of nature of uncertificated securities being legal object, (2) analysis of general features of intermediation system, (3) outlining of major conflict rules applicable or offered to be applicable in order to determine the applicable law concerning trading of uncertificated securities, (4) analysis of international regulation of such legal objects, (5) determining major problems of transnational trading of uncertificated securities and offering resolutions for them.

The paper structure will be fully equal to the proposed presentation of data to be researched. In the first chapter there will be an analysis of theory aspects in relation to uncertificated securities and intermediation system, as well as practical aspects of national legal framework for such issues. The second chapter will be devoted to the major approaches of conflict law concerning trading of uncertificated securities. In the third chapter the main position will be set for general issues of international regulation of uncertificated securities as well as some scientific criticism of it. The fourth chapter will address the most notable cases and administrative practice, outlined the core problems of the modern system of uncertificated securities trading which discredit the whole system in principle. Also in the last chapter the author will describe possible resolution of the abovementioned problems in details.

Academic Supervisor:

Irina Ruderman, Visiting Lecturer of the Department of Public and Private International Law, Faculty of Law, National Research University “Higher School of Economics”

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