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Impartiality of the Financial Markets Authority Sanctions Commission, RTDCom 2007 p. 406

The reform of the authorities of the banking and insurance sectors provided for by law N ° 2003-706 of 1 August 2003 on financial security, Cassour, Pierre-Henri, Les Petites Affiches, n ° 228, 14/11 / 2003, pp. 15-27

The Financial Markets Authority, Rameix, Gérard, Les Petites Affiches, n ° 228, 14/11/2003, pp. 12-14

Brief remarks about an expected merger: the creation of the Autorité des marchés financiers, Coquelet, Marie-Laure, Les Petites Affiches, n ° 228, 14/11/2003, pp. 6-11

The Financial Markets Council, acting as a disciplinary body, constitutes an impartial tribunal and the rule of the double degree of jurisdiction in criminal matters is satisfied by the appeal before the Council of State (European Court of Human Rights, second section, August 27 2002, number 58188/00, Didier against France) Gonzalez, Gérard, JCP G Semaine Juridique (general edition), n ° 46, 12/11/2003, pp. 1995-2000

Remarks on the power of administrative sanction of the future financial market authority, Paclot, Yann, JCP E Semaine Juridique (company edition), n ° 24, 12/06/2003, pp. 971-974

The financial market authority: quick overview of the financial security bill, Auckenthaler, Franck, Bulletin Joly Bourse et produits financiers, n ° 2, 01/03/2003, pp. 141-148

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