• Andreas Tamasauskas

Securitisation Country Comparative Guide 2020

Updated: May 20

A comparative guide to securitisation law in Denmark (Carsted Rosenberg), Austria (CMS), Canada (Norton Rose Fulbright), Germany (Dentons), Hong Kong (Mayer Brown), Japan (Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu), Luxembourg (GSK Stockmann), Panama (Morgan & Morgan), Russia (LECAP), South Korea (Yulchon), Switzerland (Lenz & Staehelin) and Tuekey (Paksoy).


In cooperation with The Legal 500 and Slaughter and May as lead contributing editor, Dr. Andreas Tamasauskas of Carsted Rosenberg has contributed with the Danish chapter on securitisation and the Danish securitisation market. The country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Securitisation laws and regulations that may occur in Denmark.


Securitisation-Law-in-Denmark
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For other jurisdictions, please refer to the contributions prepared by:

  • CMS for Austria

  • Norton Rose Fulbright for Canada

  • Dentons for Germany

  • Mayer Brown for Hong Kong

  • Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu for Japan

  • GSK Stockmann for Luxembourg

  • Morgan & Morgan for Panama

  • LECAP for Russia

  • Yulchon for South Korea

  • Lenz & Staehelin for Switzerland and

  • Paksoy for Turkey.

To learn more about securitisation law in Denmark or to access the entire Securitisation Contry Comparative Guide 2020, the guide can be accessed here.


Form more information on securitisation and structured finance in Denmark, please contact Dr. Andreas Tamasauskas at Carsted Rosenberg.