Transnational Fiduciary Law in Bond Markets: A Case Study

UC Irvine Journal of International, Transnational, and Comparative Law, 2020

18 Pages Posted: 11 May 2020

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Moritz Renner

University of Mannheim - Faculty of Law

Date Written: April 01, 2020

Abstract

Centering on a case study, this Article discusses the legal aspects of “net-short debt investing” on global bond markets through the lens of transnational fiduciary law. The aim of the Article is twofold. On the one hand, it is a comparative study on the potential and limitations of fiduciary law in a “hard case.” This analysis is inductive in nature. It aims at contributing to a better understanding of fiduciary law doctrines in both common and civil law jurisdictions. On the other hand, the Article focuses on the specific challenges of fiduciary law in transnational settings. In particular, it analyses the influence of transnational private ordering on the establishment of fiduciary duties in state law. The Article makes the case that the concept of fiduciary duties should be interpreted with a view to facilitating mechanisms of private ordering.

Keywords: Transnational Law, Fiduciary Law, Private Ordering, Bond Market Law & Society

JEL Classification: K12, K22

Suggested Citation

Renner, Moritz, Transnational Fiduciary Law in Bond Markets: A Case Study (April 01, 2020). UC Irvine Journal of International, Transnational, and Comparative Law, 2020, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3576670

Moritz Renner (Contact Author)

University of Mannheim - Faculty of Law ( email )

68131 Mannheim
Germany

HOME PAGE: http://www.jura.uni-mannheim.de/renner

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