The study reviews how different Member States, including DE, BE, LU, UK, FR as well as CH as a reference point, have transposed certain provisions of the underlying Directive. The study involves theoretical research as well as qualitative methods, including interviews with regulators and financial institution representatives.
The study mapped different banking practices common in all OECD countries, and identified differences and gaps in comparison to the regulation applying in the client’s country.
This legal and economic study was conducted for a government agency in charge of debt collection, and purported to prove the efficacy of a new proposed debt-collection track based on international experience. The study encompassed FR, IE, FI, SE, DK, Russia & Canada.
The study analysed different supervision models for supervising financial markets. The study was conducted for the Israeli parliament, and compared Israel’s supervision model with the ones common in UK, FR, DE, IT, NL, CH, The U.S., Canada & Australia.