Secured TransactionsBarbara M. Goodstein, New York Law Journal
Hague Securities Convention Comes Into Effect
In her Secured Transactions column, Barbara M. Goodstein of Mayer Brown discusses the Hague Securities Convention. The vast majority of securities are now held through intermediaries rather than directly, and the number of cross-border transactions has increased exponentially. These developments have created legal uncertainty, which the convention attempts to remedy by offering a uniform set of conflict of laws rules to be applied on a global basis.
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