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Jan Ronse Institute for Company and Financial Law

Welcome to the website of the Jan Ronse Institute
The Jan Ronse Institute for Company and Financial Law (‘the Institute’) was established within the Faculty of Law of the KU Leuven in 1988. It focuses on teaching and research in the field of company, association and financial law.
 
This website provides useful information on the Institute’s research activities (both for company and financial law), as well as an overview of its members’ publications, resulting from this research. The visitor will also find a list of all conferences on company and financial law, organised by or with the cooperation of the Institute.
 
Students who would like to know more about courses, tutorials or seminars are invited to revert to the section on education in the field of and company and financial law.
 
For further information feel free to contact the secretarial office or one of the staff members.
Who was Jan Ronse?
The Institute was named after its founder Prof. Dr. Jan Ronse (†1988) – well-reputed on the Belgian and Dutch company law scene – who taught company law at the KU Leuven for twenty years (from 1967 to 1986). While at that time related fields of law were only emerging, as from the beginning of his academic career Jan Ronse paid due attention to the then existing aspects of financial law and of accounting law, thus laying a solid ground for the future generation of scholars to gain expertise in all of these domains. 
 
The recent treatise ‘De vennootschap – Algemeen deel’ (The corporation – General part, in Dutch) was dedicated to the memory of his legal talent. More information on Jan Ronse can be found on the company law specific subsite of the Institute.