NatLaw, the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, and the International Insolvency Institute will hold a second Conference on International Coordination of Secured Transactions Reforms, with the theme “Advancing Global Reforms and Building a Harmonized System.” It will feature panelists from the public and private sectors, including officials of the World Bank Group, International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT), United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), as well as academia. Topics to be discussed at the conference include:

  1. Institutional coordination: procedures, strategies and working methods
  2. Coordination in implementation of reforms: proposals and solutions
  3. Tools for assessing the economic impact of secured transactions reforms
  4. Mechanisms to enhance the global system of secured transactions
  5. Lessons from recent reforms and harmonization efforts
  6. Effect of technologies on secured transactions
  7. Complementing secured transactions reforms with reforms to other related areas of law

The conference will be held in Madrid, Spain, at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid from October 16-17, 2018.