On June 10, 2015 the first session of the “Seminar on the Future of Security Interest in Spain” (Seminario sobre el Futuro de las Garantías Mobiliarias en España) was held in Madrid, Spain. This session of the Seminar namely “The modernization of the legal framework on secured transactions” was hosted by the Bar of Registrars of Spain (Colegio de Registradores de España), the Autonomus University of Madrid and the Carlos III University. NatLaw Research Attorney Isis Isunza participated as a speaker in the seminar. Her presentation explained the differences between notice-filing registries and traditional or paper based registry systems. She also described the operation of some registries of security interests on personal property that have been recently launched in Latin America. Isis’ presentation is available here.

On June 10, 2015 NatLaw’s Research Attorney Isis Isunza traveled to Madrid to participate in the first session of the “Seminar on the Future of Security Interest in Spain” (Seminario sobre el Futuro de las Garantías Mobiliarias en España). Isis Isunza participated as a speaker in the seminar and her presentation explained the differences between notice-filing registries and traditional or paper based registry systems. To read more about her involvement and to view her presentation, click to see the full post.