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Winter 1986




Boston University School of Law




This symposium on international trading in securities was the brain child of William Schwartz, Dean of the Boston University School of Law, and John J. Phelan, President of the New York Stock Exchange. The idea was implemented by Donald L. Calvin, Executive Vice President of the New York Stock Exchange, and myself, with the staff and students of Boston University School of Law. The event was held in New York City on October 18, 1985.

The symposium had three purposes: first, to present a picture of the current status of international trading in securities, which has been developing rapidly; second, to highlight some of the problems posed by international securities markets; and third, to examine the future of the international securities markets.

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