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The Life Cycle Of A Start-Up
The life cycle of a startup is defined by its milestones. It is a fast-forward lifestyle aimed at achieving success.
Austria
25 Jan 2019
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Wolf Theiss International IP/IT Newsticker - December 2016
On 15 September 2016, the CJEU ruled in the Tobias McFadden case that a vendor offering an open free Wi-Fi network to the public cannot be held liable for copyright infringements...
Austria
21 Dec 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To Mergers & Acquisitions 2016 Edition - Austria
Public bids are regulated under the 1999 Takeover Act (TA), as thoroughly amended by the 2006 TA Amendment Act.
Austria
23 Mar 2016
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M&A Technology Transactions
A Seller must be aware that any deal can "die" and in the cur­rent M&A envi­ron­ment, the chances that a deal dies are – quite frankly and unfor­tu­nately – not low.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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Termination Of Contracts After Initiation Of Insolvency Proceedings
One of the primary objectives of the reformed Austrian Insolvency Act ("IO"), which entered into force on 1 July 2010, has been to increase the number of successful corporate reorganisations and to facilitate the continuation of business operations during financial crises.
Austria
25 Jan 2012
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New Approval Regime On Acquisitions Of Austrian Companies In Certain Industry Sectors By Non-EU/EEA and Non-Swiss Persons
An amendment of the Austrian Foreign Trade Act (FTA), in force since 08/12/2011 subjects the acquisitions of relevant interests in enterprises in specific industries, including telecoms and energy, to review and approval by the Austrian Ministry of Economic Affairs
Austria
14 Dec 2011
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Contingent Equity Facilities – A Good Alternative when Commercial Banks are Reluctant to Finance
In continental Europe businesses are still highly dependent on commercial lending. While some of them have tapped the debt and equity capital markets, the reluctance of commercial banks to finance CAPEX or R&D absent a very strong balance sheet has left a vacuum.
Austria
22 Feb 2011
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What A Foreigner Should Know Before Becoming A Member Of A Supervisory Board In A Moldovan Joint-Stock Company
The rise in foreign investment in Moldova and joint projects with local investors means that supervisory boards must often be instituted in Moldovan joint-stock companies (JSC). This leads to effective and operative control over the company's management.
Austria
11 Feb 2011
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Council of the European Union Adopts Amendments to Prospectus Directive
The amendments to the Prospectus Directive aim to address deficiencies in the existing legal framework relating to securities prospectuses with a view of improving legal clarity and reducing burdens for issuers and intermediaries, while at the same time enhancing investor protection.
Austria
7 Nov 2010
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Private Investments In Public Equity (PIPE) - A Form Of Equity Financing That Has Regained Popularity
The last few months were dominated by out of control stock markets and a previously unseen liquidity crunch.
Austria
16 Mar 2010
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Austria As Location For CEE Holdings - Why, How, When?
As a result of the financial and economic crisis, global foreign direct investment (FDI) has been declining since mid-2008.
Austria
15 Mar 2010
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New EU M&A Framework In The Banking, Insurance And Investment Sectors
The qualification and background of the shareholders of regulated financial services providers (such as credit institutions, insurance undertakings and investment firms), their commercial and strategic aims and the quality and source of the funds available to them for acquisition or for injection into an Austrian regulated institution has always been of interest for supervisors.
Austria
21 Feb 2010
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New Trends in Equity Offerings
Although the Vienna Stock Exchange has not seen any IPOs recently, a number of Vienna listed companies have recently increased or are planning to increase their share capital by way of a rights issue.
Austria
12 Feb 2010
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Bank´s Duty of Confidentiality
Austrian law expressly recognises and protects a bank's duty of confidentiality (sometimes referred to as 'bank secrecy') with respect to information received by or relating to its customers. This duty is primarily governed by s 38(1) to (4) (scope and exceptions) and s 101 (criminal liability) of the Banking Act (BWG) and supplemented by several provisions of a procedural nature such as the Revenues Penal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code.
Austria
 
8 Mar 2005
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Bank´s Duty of Confidentiality
Austrian law expressly recognises and protects a bank's duty of confidentiality (sometimes referred to as 'bank secrecy') with respect to information received by or relating to its customers. This duty is primarily governed by s 38(1) to (4) (scope and exceptions) and s 101 (criminal liability) of the Banking Act (BWG) and supplemented by several provisions of a procedural nature such as the Revenues Penal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code.
Austria
 
8 Mar 2005
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Global Survey Shows: Basel II Driving IT Investments Financial Industry Regards Data Quality As A Key Issue For Risk Management
A study of 1,700+ banks from 63 countries, conducted by AIM Software, the Vienna University of Economics and sponsored by Reuters, has revealed that improving data quality is regarded as a key issue for risk management - and that regulatory requirements including Basel II and Sarbanes-Oxley are driving substantial investments in IT.
Austria
18 Nov 2004
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