A native of Italy, Marco Lamandini's research interests are in the area of company law, corporate governance, banking law, securities law, and intellectual property. He obtained his law degree cum laude from the Università di Bologna, where he teaches commercial law, and a master of laws degree from London School of Economics and Political Science. He also teaches securities law at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan. A visiting fellow at the Max Plank Institut fur auslandisches und internationales Wettbewerbsrecht in Munich, at Magdalene College in the University of Cambridge and at Boalt Hall, School of Law of the University of California at Berkeley, he does consulting work for the European Parliament. A small sample of his publications is listed below.
Equity Markets, market efficiency and contestability of control in a trans-Atlantic perspective. The regulatory conundrum of the ownership structure in an internationally integrated financial market in the wake of directive 2004/25/EC on takeover bids, RIVISTA DI DIRITTO SOCIETARIO (2008)
Takeover Bids and ‘Italian’ Reciprocity, EUROPEAN COMPANY LAW (2008)
This is a discussion of the so–called reciprocity clause in Article 12, paragraph 3 of...
Stock Markets Turbulence and a Call for Stricter European Securities Regulation and Supervision, EUROPEAN COMPANY LAW (2007)
Report on European Company Law in Accelerated Progress: Italian Country Status Report, EUROPEAN COMPANY LAW (2006)
Social Banking in Practice: an Italian Case for Corporate Social Responsibility in Banking (with Ilan Steiner), Alma Mater Digital Library, Università di Bologna (2007)
The paper introduces an important development in the area of corporate social responsibility in the...
Credit Rating Agencies (CRAs) and European Regulation, Briefing paper delivered to the European Parliament, Financial Services Panel Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (2008)
Financial Services Panel Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee MARCO LAMANDINI Full Professor of Securities and...
CRD and Liquidity, Briefing paper delivered to the European Parliament, Financial Services Panel Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, European Parliament (2008)
The Committee has requested an opinion on CRD and liquidity. This briefing paper is intended...
Towards a new Architecture for European Banking Supervision, Paper presented at the ABI International Conference on “The future of the European Banking Supervision Architecture”, Rome, 17th October, 2008 (2008)
What Community Action for Micro-Credit?, Briefing paper delivered on the 15 September 2008 to the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Parliament (2008)
The Committee requested an opinion on which aspects of micro-credit could be regulated at European...
The Commission’s UCITS IV Proposal: Is It Sufficient to Create a True Single Market Platform?, Briefing paper delivered to the European Parliament, Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee (2008)
The UCITS IV proposal recasting the 1985 UCITS Directive (85/611/EC) does represent a significant and...