The Establishment of International Mechanisms for Enforcing Provisional Orders and Final Judgments Arising From Securities Law Violations
In the 1980s and early 1990s, securities regulators have made substantial progress in developing cooperative relationships to reduce the value of international borders as barriers to the detection and prosecution of securities fraud, but there needs to be an establishment of international mechanisms for enforcing provisional orders and final judgments. The development of mechanisms pursuant to which regulators can assist each other in freezing assets and recovering illicit profits is discussed.
Michael D. Mann et al.,
The Establishment of International Mechanisms for Enforcing Provisional Orders and Final Judgments Arising From Securities Law Violations,
55 Law and Contemporary Problems
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