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Dissertations

The directors of the ICCML continuously supervise dissertations in the fields of corporate and capital markets law. So far, the following dissertations have been completed:
 
 

Supervised by Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Veil



CHRISTOPH MEHRINGER
The Principle of Equal Treatment in Capital Markets Law.
 
NIKOLAI VOKUHL
Investor Protection via Capital Markets Law and the Maintenance of Capital in Corporation Law.
 
JULIAN HARM
Compliance in Investment Services Companies and Issuers of Financial Instruments.
 
LARS TEIGELACK
Financial Analysts and Behavioral Finance.
 
CARSTEN CRAMER
Change of Control Clauses in German Corporate Law.
 
MATTHIAS NUSSBAUM
Compensation and Recognition Awards for Executive Board Members of German Corporations – “Golden Handshakes” and “Parachutes”.
 
HENDRIK BRINCKMANN
Periodic Disclosure in Capital Markets Law.
 
SEBASTIAN FISCHER
One-tier Corporate Governance – Economic Analysis and a Plea for a Right to choose in German Corporation Law.
 
JÖRDIS JANSSEN
Balance-oriented Capital Preservation or Solvency Test - Comparative Analysis of Distribution Concepts in Corporation Law.
 
PHILIPP STORM
Alternative Open Market Segments in Capital Markets Law.
 
KERSTIN BLOCK
The appropriate Exchange Ratio in Merger Law.
 
CHRISTIAN DOLFF
The Loss of Rights according to § 28 WpHG from an Issuer Perspective.
 
GERNOT HALBLEIB
An Auditor´s Liability to Investors in Capital Markets Law.
 
LARS BEHN
Ad-hoc Publicity and Corporate Connections. Acces to Information of the Issuer in de-facto Groups.
 
MALTE WUNDENBERG
Compliance and the Principles-Based Supervision of Banking Groups.
 
MARTIN SCHWEIGER
Active Obligations in the Crisis of the GmbH – plea for the Extension of the Duty to file for Insolvency on the GmbH.
 
MARTIN TASMA
Leveraged Buyout and Creditor Protection.
 
KATJA SCHARKOWSKI
Investor Protection through the Regulation of Investment and Corporate Governance. A Comparison of German and British Investment Law.
 
FABIAN WALLA
The Conception of Capital Markets Supervision in Germany.
 
TOBIAS KAHNERT
Lawmaking in European Corporate Law. Harmonization, Competition, Model Laws.
 
MAXMILIAN PREISSER
Sovereign Wealth Funds. The Development of a Comprehensive Concept for the Regulation of Public Funds.
 
JONAS-BENJAMIN ULMRICH
Investor Transparency. Notification Requirements with Regard to Major Shareholdings under Section 27a of the German Securities Trading Act on the Basis of their American and French Regulatory Models.
 

Supervised by Prof. Dr. Jörn Axel Kämmerer



FALK WEISHAUPT
The Monitoring Function of Securities Compliance in the Light of fundamental Rights.
 

Supervised by Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Karsten Schmidt



HEIKO JANDER-McALISTER
Partner and Partner with limited Liability in the Limited Partnership legally independent.
 
CHRISTIAN BOCHMANN
Covenants and the Organization of the Stock Corporation. The Legitimacy of Financial Covenants under Corporate Law.
 
SEBASTIAN BERKEFELD
The Participation of Investors in a Management Buy-Out: Duties of Conduct, Liability and Strategies to avoid Liability.
 
JESKO KAMISCHKE
The Capital Markets Law Obligations of a listed Company in case of Insolvency.