The Future for the Global Securities Market: Legal and Regulatory Aspects

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BERNARD ASHER, Chairman, HSBC Investment Bank Limited

JEFFERY BARRATT, Norton Rose, London

DANIEL BRAVERMAN, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, London

JAMES CHEEK III, Senior Partner, Bass Berry & Sims, Adjunct Professor of Law, Vanderbilt Law School

FIONA CHRISTIE, Manager, New Issues, Cedel Bank

MARGARET COLTMAN, Norton Rose, London

CHRISTOPHER CRUICKSHANK, Principal Administrator, DG XV, European Commission

HERDEEP DOSANJH, UK Legal Counsel, Cedel Bank

Roy GOODE, Norton Rose Professor of English Law, University of Oxford

EDWARD F. GREENE, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, London

HANS VAN HOUTTE, University of Leuven, Stibbe Simont Monahan Duhot, Brussels

JOHN KAY, Chairman of London Economics, Visiting Professor of Economics at the London Business School

EDMUND KITCH, Joseph M. Hartfield Professor of Law, University of Virginia

FIDELIS ODITAH, Barrister; Travers Smith Braithwaite Lecturer in Corporate Finance Law, University of Oxford, and Fellow of Merton College

MICHAEL PERRY, Executive Director and Group Compliance Officer, UBS

CALIN ROVINESCU, Stikeman, Elliott, London

SIMON SACKMAN, Norton Rose, London

JENNIFER SCHNECK, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton, London

HAL SCOTT, Nomura Professor of International Financial Systems, Harvard Law School

WAYNE SMITH, Head of Non-French Securities, Société des Bourses Franlpises

GILLES THIEFFRY, Norton Rose, London

ANDREW WHITTAKER, Head of Trading Markets Policy, Securities and Investments Board

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