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Market Abuse : National Responses to a Global Problem- The EU, USA, Hong Kong and China

1. A View from Hong Kong

Alan Linning, Executive Director, Enforcement, Securities & Futures Commission

2. Market Abuse: A US Perspective

Mark S. Bergman, Partner and Head of Global Capital Markets, Paul Weiss

3. Law and Finance vs. Administrative Governance: The Case of China

Chenggang Xu, LSE and Tsinghua University

4. MAD Regulation in the UK The Impact of EU Law on the Regulation of Market Abuse in the UK

Martyn Hopper, Herbert Smith

5. Market Abuse: The EU and US Approaches Compared

Guido Ferrarini, Professor of Business Law, University of Genoa; Vice-Chairman, European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)

6. The German Approach - Prevention of Market Abuse after Implementation of the European Market Abuse Directive

Christian Pawlik, Head of Section, Securities Supervision, BaFin , Germany

7. Market Abuse Regime for US Commodity Futures

Phyllis J. Cela, Chief Counsel, Division of Enforcement, US Commodity

8. Role of Investment Exchanges in Policing Market Manipulation: The Euronext.liffe Perspective

Nick Weinreb, Group Head of Regulation, Euronext

9. UK Implementation of MAD Disclosure Requirements for Issuers and of Managers' Dealings

Eilís Ferran, Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL) & Law Faculty, University of Cambridge

10. Market Abuse: National Responses to a Global Problem

Nigel Phipps, Regulatory Relations, Moody's investors Service

11. UK Implementation of the Market Abuse Regime

Dillwyn Griffiths, Head of Market Monitoring, FSA

12. US Market Abuse Remedies

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