Daniel Stattin is professor of company law and head of company law, capital markets law etc.
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Professor of Company Law 2011
Associate Professor of Private Law 2009
Assistant Professor of Company Law 2006
Doctor of Laws 2005
Master of Laws 1998
Royal War College 1998
Military College 1993
Knight Commander of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre 2019
Fields of interest
Law of corporations, in particular company law and securities law and the law of non-profit associations; canon law; capital markets law; corporate governance; rules on the states' and other public entity's ownership; law and economics; capital markets law methods.
Member of the Board of the Faculty of Law and of the Board of the Forum for Africa Studies.
Supervisor for Rebecca Söderström (banking law - exam 2017) and Lovisa Halje (private law); co-supervisor for Magdalena Giertz (law of the enterprise) Markus Ehrenpil (insolvency law) and Erik Sjödin (labour law - exam 2015).
Formerly Director of Studies (Plans and Resources).
Director of the advanced courses Securities Law 30 ECTS, Mergers & Acquisitions 15 ECTS, Financial Markets Law 15 ECTS and Law of Accountants 7,5 ECTS. Formerly director of master's dissertations and the undergraduate course in company and tax law.
Member of the examination committes for doctoral degress at the universities of Stockholm (several occasions), Lund and La Sorbonne (Paris I).
Visiting lecturer at Swedish universities and at the universities of Copenhagen, Aarhus, Oslo, Bergen, Rwanda, Thessaloniki, National Economic University of Kiev, Waseda University (Tokyo) and LUISS Guido Carli University (Rome).
Examiner on behalf of the Supervisory Board of Public Accountants for accountants qualified abroad.
Expert member of the Royal Commission on implementation of European rules for accountants.
Consultancies in company law, capital markets law, etc.
Major current research projects
Corporate Governance and Sustainablity.
Takeover Regulation in Sweden.
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