This research examines the conflicts in legal traditions and their effect on the underlying conceptual structure of securities in financial markets. This practical development has led to poor availability of investment products and under-performance of the Nigerian Capital Market. The research adopts the contextualist approach to achieve semantic legal re-modelling of the incoherent definitional conceptual structure of securities occasioned by the conflicts between formalism and functionalism. In terms of relevance and applicability, the models in this book support the development of programming language, codes, symbols and protocols necessary for improved development of investment products. It could also support security enforcement mechanism; clarify real world behaviour against underlying assumptions and provide a basis for product and market analysis to achieve internal consistency.
Dr Ikpenmosa Uhumuavbi is a Barrister and Solicitor with diverse legal background. He has more than 18 years post-call experience supporting/ advising on a variety of business, teaching/ strategic planning functions. He is recognised for consistently driving decision making through knowledge of evolving trends in the world of Corporate Finance etc.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
securities and investment law, legal conceptualisation of securities, Nigerian Capital Market, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES, Dr Ikpenmosa Uhumuavbi, conflicts in legal traditions, securities in financial markets, investment products, Law, legal, formalism and functionalism
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