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German Supervisory Authority Audited 40 Websites On The Use Of Tracking Tools – And None Of Them Was Compliant
The Bavarian Data Protection Authority (‘Bavarian DPA') audited major Bavarian websites for their use of tracking tools on Safer Internet Day.
Germany
13 Feb 2019
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Destination Germany
TMF Group, in association with ACCA, looks at the big issues for businesses planning to set up or expand in Germany and the tax and accounting regulations to consider.
Germany
9 Jul 2018
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German Privacy Authorities Launch Coordinated Audit Of International Data Transfers
Ten German data protection authorities ("DPAs") will conduct a coordinated audit of cross-border data transfers at 500-randomly selected German companies.
Germany
29 Nov 2016
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5 German Law Changes That SMEs And Start Ups Should Know About
Operating or thinking about expanding your business to Germany in the near future? Here are some recent German law changes that may affect you.
Germany
4 May 2016
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2016 German Law Changes And Administrative Outlook Part 1
Various changes in German law scheduled for 2016 will affect your company's legal, accounting, administrative obligations, and how your business operates.
Germany
8 Feb 2016
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Change-Of-Control Provisions In Debt-Equity-Swaps Under New German Insolvency Act
We would like to introduce you to a great new feature of the revised German Insolvency Act which makes debt-equity-swaps in Germany (e.g., as part of loan-to-own transactions) a lot more attractive.
Germany
15 Jun 2012
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Reform Act On German Insolvency Law - New Opportunities For Distressed Investors?
On March 1, 2012, the Act for the Further Facilitation of the Restructuring of Companies (ESUG) came into effect.
Germany
26 Apr 2012
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Debt-To-Equity Swaps To Be Codified In The ESUG
Through the introduction of Sec. 225a of the German Insolvency Code [Insolvenzordnung, InsO] within the scope of the German Act to Further Facilitate the Restructuring of Enterprises [Gesetz zur weiteren Erleichterung der Sanierung von Unternehmen, ESUG], attention has now been drawn to debt-to-equity swaps.
Germany
16 Apr 2012
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Game Change For German Restructurings
On March 1, 2012, the "Act Concerning the Improvement of Restructurings under German Insolvency Law" (ESUG) will come into force and effect.
Germany
7 Mar 2012
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European Foundation
Yesterday, the Commission presented a proposal for a regulation on a statute for a European Foundation ("FE").
European Union
15 Feb 2012
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New Options For Creditors In German Insolvency Proceedings
On 27 October 2011, the German Parliament ("Bundestag") finally passed the "Act for the Further Facilitation of the Restructuring of Companies" ("Gesetz zur weiteren Erleichterung der Sanierung von Unternehmen, ESUG", BT-Drs: 17/7511) (ESUG).
Germany
15 Nov 2011
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Application of the German Investment Act to Units in Foreign Funds: Circular by the German Financial Supervisory Authority
On December 22nd, 2008 the German Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt für die Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht “BaFin”) published circular 14/2008 (WA) (“Circular”) on its interpretation of the scope of the German Investment Act (Investmentgesetz – “InvA”) as amended on December 21st, 2007.
Germany
14 Jan 2009
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German Federal Supreme Court Decides On Set-Aside Of Global Assignment Of Trade Receivables
In a judgment of November 29, 2007 that is of particular interest to financial institutions involved in asset-based lending, the German Federal Supreme Court (Bundesgerichtshof) allayed concerns that a global assignment (Globalzession)—the assignment of all existing and future trade receivables to a lender to secure loans—would not survive the insolvency of the respective originator.
Germany
16 Jan 2008
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German Federal Supreme Court Decides On Set-Aside Of Global Assignment Of Trade Receivables
In a judgment of November 29, 2007 that is of particular interest to financial institutions involved in asset-based lending, the German Federal Supreme Court (Bundesgerichtshof) allayed concerns that a global assignment (Globalzession)—the assignment of all existing and future trade receivables to a lender to secure loans—would not survive the insolvency of the respective originator.
Germany
 
8 Oct 2007
Corporate Acquisitions Through Debt-Equity Swaps in Germany
The German economy has experienced minimal growth for a number of years. Insolvencies have reached record levels, and the number of businesses outside of formal insolvency proceedings, but in need of restructuring, is significant.
Germany
 
1 Aug 2006
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Choosing a Strategic Partner in PPP Projects
In response to the new duties contained within the new statutory framework for the treatment of residual waste, the city of Halle, like many other German municipalities, decided last year partly to privatize some of its responsibilities connected with the treatment of residual waste and to form a new company in this context, which it intends to manage with a strategic partner.
Germany
 
11 Oct 2005
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New Rules for the Taxation of Ship Funds
As a result of tax benefits available under German tax law and high returns on investment, German ship funds have enjoyed increasing popularity in recent years, attracting a considerable amount of equity from private investors. Ship funds are vehicles which collect private equity from a limited number of investors to build and operate one or more ships (eg, container ships). The return on investment consists of tax benefits (in particular, losses which can be offset against earnings) on the one
Germany
16 Mar 2005
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Possible Tightening of German Inheritance/Gift Taxation
It is no longer a question of whether the German tax practice will be reformed, rather a question of when and how the reform will take place.
Germany
 
14 Feb 2005
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German Media Funds
Since 1999, following a change in German tax laws, investors in Media Funds have been permitted write off 100% of an investment against their taxes in the year the investment is made.
Germany
20 Dec 2004
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Risk allocation and incentive systems in the case of a Private Finance Initiative
Not every public sector investment project can be realized as part of a public-private-partnership (PPP). For those projects that cannot be realized in this form alternative forms of financing are available.
Germany
16 Dec 2004
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