El marco constitucional para la autorregulación del mercado de valores en Colombia: un análisis de cómo la Corte Constitucional contradice su propio precedente sin razón alguna

Based on an applicable precedent, this paper evaluates the soundness of judgment C-692 of 2007, adopted by the Constitutional Court regarding the constitutionality of the Act 964 of 2005, under which the public nature of the securities market self regulation is denied. Contrary to the ruling of t... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Calderón López, José Miguel
Beste egile batzuk: Mejía Lemos, Diego Germán
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Ingelesa
Argitaratua: Pontificia Universidad Javierana 2009
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Laburpena: Based on an applicable precedent, this paper evaluates the soundness of judgment C-692 of 2007, adopted by the Constitutional Court regarding the constitutionality of the Act 964 of 2005, under which the public nature of the securities market self regulation is denied. Contrary to the ruling of the Court in this case, it will be demonstrated that securities market self regulation is a public function, which should render unconstitutional legal provisions denying the public character thereof. The main consequence of defining securities market self regulation as a public function would be threefold: first, functional duplicity would be avoided, via the competences of the Financial Superintendent office; second, the Financial Superintendent office would be able to abstain itself from initiating administrative sanction proceedings against securities market intermediaries subject to the oversight of self regulatory organizations; and, finally, the evasion of functional duplicity as a consequence of defining securities market self regulation as a public function, which would allow Colombian authorities to comply to international standards.