There have been many new developments in Japanese securities law in the last few years. The author reviews some of the most important of these developments, including the movement to allow banks to participate in the securities business and new regulations pertaining to insider trading and disclosure. The author describes the substance of these new developments and analyzes the potential and actual effects of each of them.
Political, Regulatory, and Legal Problems: Focusing on the Securities Banking Fence Issue, Insider Trading, and the Disclosure Systems,
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