In the simplest form of securities finance, a broker locates and borrows stocks or bonds to enable its customers to engage in various trading strategies.

Fair value in shareholder dissent and oppression

Hanah N. 2018-05-15 19:12:19 Fair value, fair market value, judicial matters, marketability, shareholders rights, business corporation act

The use of the term fair value, rather than fair market value, suggests that the willing buyer–willing seller test inherent in fair market value may not apply.

What are the future contracts?

James M. 2018-05-15 14:32:09 Investment vehicles, passive instruments, futures definition, futures price, futures trading, individual retirement accounts

A futures contract is an obligation to buy or sell an underlying product at a specific price at a specific time in the future.

Types of securities lending litigation cases

Sarah R. 2018-05-15 11:04:45 Securities lending, lending transactions, lending processes, yield enhancement, excessive fees, securities litigation, litigation cases

As the market evolves, new legal matters in new areas will arise and require an understanding of the numerous dynamic and interrelated facets of securities lending.

Securities finance disputes and litigation

Jodan A. 2018-05-15 08:19:42 Investment market, complex financing, dispute resolution, tax authorities, finance law, finance litigation process, market liquidity

This field of securities finance presents unique challenges in litigation. Securities finance has many aspects—interacting in complex and sometimes counterintuitive ways—that experts should consider when evaluating claims of wrongdoing.