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Spotlight On Automotive Industry: Introduction To The Series And Financing
By outsourcing production of major parts of car components, carmakers have also outsourced a substantial amount of their financing needs and associated risks to their suppliers.
Austria
15 Aug 2019
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Human Rights In The Financial Sector
What do human rights have to do with financial institutions? At first glance, one may think nothing. Originally, the protection of human rights was considered as the duty of governments only.
Poland
2 Aug 2019
3
First Decision By Austrian Supreme Court On Cash Pooling: No Blank Cheque For Banks But Some Relief
Shortly thereafter, insolvency proceedings were opened over the Austrian subsidiary.
Austria
28 Jun 2019
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Public Liability Based On Incorrect Land Register Entries Is Limited
Incorrect land register entries may trigger public liability. But in a recent decision the Austrian Supreme Court (1 Ob 198/18a) held that incorrect land register entries can only constitute public liability claims for a certain group of people.
Austria
5 Jun 2019
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EBA Publishes New Guidelines On Outsourcing For Institutions Applicable From 30 September 2019
On 25 February 2019, the European Banking Authority ("EBA") published its Final Report on the EBA Draft Guidelines on outsourcing arrangements, which were under consultation during the second half of 2018.
Austria
14 May 2019
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New Unified Cancellation Right For Insurance Contracts Brings Legal Certainty
Until 2018, Austria had up to five different cancellation rights for insurance policyholders, plus the cancellation right pursuant to Section 8 of the Austrian Distance Financial Services Act.
Austria
25 Apr 2019
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Good News For Creditors: Austrian Supreme Court Strikes Down Significant Impediment To Creating Valid Collateral In Austria
The Austrian Supreme Court has abolished its former line of decisions on the recognition of collateral granted by way of security transfer (Sicherungsübereignung) under foreign jurisdiction.
Austria
11 Apr 2019
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Agrokor's Administration Proceedings Are Entering The Final Stage
After almost two years, the extraordinary administration proceedings over Agrokor and 77 of its Croatian group companies is entering its final stage.
Croatia
15 Mar 2019
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Vienna Stock Exchange: Quarterly Reports For Equity Issuers No Longer Mandatory
Following some other European stock exchanges, the Vienna Stock Exchange (VSE) announced today, 22 February 2019, that it will no longer require issuers, the shares of which are admitted to trading on its regulated market, to publish quarterly reports.
Austria
4 Mar 2019
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Terms Of A Loan – Set In Stone?
As an attorney working in restructuring, I hear a recurring complaint from bank's restructuring departments: "Debtors admit financial difficulties far too late.
Austria
25 Jan 2019
11
Hungary Remains Strict On Factoring
Factoring is an increasingly popular product of banks that appeals to corporate clients of whatever size as it provides liquidity to the clients and stable cash flow.
Hungary
21 Dec 2018
12
New Legal Framework For Repo Transactions And Derivatives With Pension Funds As Of 18 November 2018
The amendments provide new business opportunities to banks to enter into repo transactions and derivatives with Bulgarian pension funds.
Bulgaria
27 Nov 2018
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New Legal Framework For Repo Transactions And Derivatives With Pension Funds
The amendments provide new business opportunities to banks to enter into repo transactions and derivatives with Bulgarian pension funds.
Bulgaria
21 Nov 2018
14
The Oil & Gas Offshore Law: A Romanian Odyssey
Debate is raging about the Romanian "offshore" law setting out the legal framework for oil & gas exploration and production in the Black Sea offshore perimeters, fuelling political turmoil and deterring investment.
Romania
7 Nov 2018
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FMA Publishes Guidance on ICOs and Token Classification
The Austrian Financial Market Authority (Finanzmarkt-aufsicht, FMA) has recently published guidelines on how it views Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) from a financial services regulatory perspective.
Austria
8 Oct 2018
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Hungary Reconsiders The Banking Transaction Tax To Promote Electronic Payments
The Hungarian banking transaction tax drives market players and private individuals to use cash rather than electronic payment methods.
Hungary
27 Jul 2018
17
Boost To Creditors' Rights On Pledged Receivables
The most popular Bulgarian security interests under credit transactions are special pledges, resembling English floating charges.
Bulgaria
21 Jun 2018
18
What The Financial Collateral Act In Serbia Brings To The Table
The Serbian Parliament adopted the Financial Collateral Act ("FCA") on 8 June 2018 (published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia, no. 44/2018).
Serbia
14 Jun 2018
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Direct Lending On The Rise: Legal Issues When Funding Your Venture Without A Bank Loan In Austria, Romania And Slovakia
Direct lending funds are emerging as key sources of loan financing. Understanding the local legal framework and peculiarities is important for executing a lending transaction ...
European Union
19 Apr 2018
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FMA Publishes New Circulars Concerning PRIIPS And Remuneration Policies
On 20 February 2018, the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) published a new circular concerning key information documents for packaged retail and insurance-based investment products.
Austria
26 Feb 2018
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