Vollstreckungsimmunität von Zentralbanken 978-3-16-159088-7 - Mohr Siebeck
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Marcus Bsaisou

Vollstreckungsimmunität von Zentralbanken

[National Enforcement Proceedings against Foreign Central Banks.]

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When a foreign state defaults on its debts, the only course of action often left to creditors is to target that state's central bank. To safeguard the bank's vital role in the financial system as well as for national solvency, international law affords these institutions a wide but not unlimited immunity against enforcement measures. Marcus Bsaisou's detailed analysis reveals that in German proceedings a balance between safeguarding central bank immunity and protecting legitimate creditor rights can be struck.
When a foreign state defaults on its debts, the only course of action often left to creditors is to target that state's central bank. To safeguard the bank's vital role in the financial system as well as for national solvency, international law affords these institutions a wide but not unlimited immunity against enforcement measures. Marcus Bsaisou's detailed analysis reveals that in German proceedings a balance between safeguarding central bank immunity and protecting legitimate creditor rights can be struck.
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Marcus Bsaisou Geboren 1986; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft an der Universität Münster; Referendariat am Kammergericht Berlin; Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Bürgerliches Recht, Wirtschaftsrecht und Ökonomik an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin; LL.M.-Studium am King's College London; derzeit Rechtsanwalt in Berlin.

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