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Depositaries in European Investment Law

Towards Harmonization in Europe

Depositaries in European Investment Law
  • Year of publication 2018
  • 414 pages
Author:S.N. Hooghiemstra
Series:Boom Masterreeks
Categories: Law Business and Commercial Law
Law European Law
Icon_printbook 978‐94‐6236‐850‐7 | hardcover | 1st edition | € 85,00 / $ 115,00 / £ 90,00

In practice, the same banks and investment firms are acting as a custodian under MiFID II and CRD IV, a depositary under the AIFMD/UCITSD V and a depositary/custodian under IORPD II. Although the safekeeping activities performed by both are similar, European investment law is inconsistent in allowing depositaries and custodians to provide cross-border financial services throughout Europe.

This book provides an in-depth analysis of the concept of the crossborder provision of financial services under European investment law and the regulation applying to depositaries and custodians under MiFID II, CRD IV, the CSDR, AIFMD, UCITSD V and IORPD II. In his analysis, the author considers whether and to what extent depositaries and custodians are similarly regulated under European investment law and under what conditions a cross-sectoral European depositary passport could be introduced.

Target group

The book will be warmly welcomed by investors and their counsel, fund managers, depositaries, asset managers, administrators, as well as regulators and academics in the field.

Author's information

Sebastiaan Hooghiemstra is an associate in the investment funds practice of NautaDutilh Luxembourg. He assists asset managers, funds promoters, depositary banks and institutional investors in the structuring and setting up of Luxembourg regulated investment fund structures. Prior to joining NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg, he was a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Utrecht and worked as a Research Associate at the University of Liechtenstein. He recently obtained a PhD in Financial Law from Utrecht University.

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