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Philipp Florian Irmscher

Öffentlichkeit als Sanktion

Bankaufsicht zwischen Repression und Prävention – Eine Einordnung des »naming and shaming« in das Sanktionssystem des KWG

[Public Disclosure as Sanction. Bank Supervision between Repression and Prevention – Placing »Naming and Shaming« in the German Banking Act's System of Sanctions.]

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Philipp Florian Irmscher examines how the German Banking Act (Kreditwesengesetz – KWG) handles the instrument of »naming and shaming«, which involves publicly disclosing the illegal behaviour of a person or company. The author concludes that the KWG's use of »naming and shaming« is in part a new form of sanction. Furthermore, the author analyses the strategy's constitutionality, on both a European and national level, as well as its potential.
Philipp Florian Irmscher examines how the German Banking Act (Kreditwesengesetz – KWG) handles the instrument of »naming and shaming«, which involves publicly disclosing the illegal behaviour of a person or company. The author concludes that the KWG's use of »naming and shaming« is in part a new form of sanction. Furthermore, the author analyses the strategy's constitutionality, on both a European and national level, as well as its potential.
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Philipp Florian Irmscher Geboren 1988; Studium der Rechtwissenschaften mit wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Zusatzausbildung in Bayreuth; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Universität Bayreuth; Promotionsstipendiat der Studienstiftung des dt. Volkes; LL.M.-Studium an der Harvard Law School; seit 2018 Rechtsreferendar am Hanseatischen Oberlandesgericht Hamburg.

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