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La Régulation des marchés financiers dans l'espace OHADA.

Abstract : The appearance of financial markets in the economic and financial landscape of the Member states of the OHADA space towards the end of 1990s resulted in the necessity of setting up rules and supervisory structures at once new and functional. Worried of making financial markets a leading instrument of their development policies, public authorities very early positioned themselves as essential actors of the processes of creation and functioning of these markets. This omnipresence of public authorities contributed to the emergence of an innovative and unprecedented scheme: The setting up of financial markets and supervisory structures with community vocation. However, to achieve the desired efficiency, the new supervisory structures must be adapted to the legal and institutional arrangements existing both at regional and national levels. Also, a just balance must be found between the legitimate interests of foreign investors and the ambitions of economic development of the concerned States.
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Daniel Keuffi. La Régulation des marchés financiers dans l'espace OHADA.. Droit. Université de Strasbourg, 2010. Français. ⟨tel-00483729⟩



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