Preferential shareholdings, nature, regulation and defense
(Publisher. Aranzadi Thomson Reuters, September 2012).
In this book, Juan Ignacio Navas, among other authors also headlines and collaborators in the same, an exhaustive analysis is made on the massive commercialization by the credit institutions of the so-called preferred shares: a product designed to refinance the banks at the coast of the savings of small consumer investors who did not, in most cases, have the right profile and aversion to risk, to contract it. The consequence of this, at judicial level, has been the declaration of nullity of the contracts, with the reciprocal restitution of the amounts invested. In this work, an analysis is made both of the nature of the preferred shares and the litigiousness it has brought with it over the last few years.