Capital market law

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Capital market law represents the entirety of all norms and principles that regulate the issuance and trading of fungible investment instruments and aim to protect the individual investor as well as the functional protection of the capital market and the economy. Capital market law is therefore a cross-regional discipline that puts areas of law such as stock corporation law , securities law and stock exchange law in context.

In German law, capital market law includes the following laws:


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