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Continuation Of Past Practice Regarding Introduction Of Opt-Out Clauses
The Takeover Board's practice regarding the evaluation of the validity of an opt-out clause has recently undergone several changes.
Switzerland
18 Sep 2013
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Useful Information About Surety Bonds
In its judgement of 2 May 2012 (BGE 4A_678/2011), the Federal Tribunal decided that a waiver of the right of offset declared in advance by the principal debtor in favour of the creditor also applies for the surety if the offset waiver was agreed before the conclusion of the contract of suretyship or with the consent of the surety.
Switzerland
31 Dec 2012
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Recent Federal Supreme Court Rulings On Banks’ Duty Of Care In Advisory Relationships
The Federal Supreme Court recently rendered two decisions regarding banks’ duties of care and fidelity in the distribution of financial products.
Switzerland
20 Dec 2012
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M&A In Switzerland: Still Attractive
Private M&A transactions are governed by the Swiss Code of Obligations, primarily the section on purchase agreements.
Switzerland
10 Apr 2012
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Swiss M&A Focus
Switzerland has a strong economy which remained resilient during the height of the global economic downturn – even when its European peer countries fared less well.
Switzerland
5 Apr 2012
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Takeover Board Becomes More Lenient Regarding Opting-Out Clause
The Securities and Stock Exchange Act provides for a mandatory offer obligation in the event that a shareholder or a group of shareholders acting in concert exceeds a threshold of 33.3% of the voting rights in a company listed on the stock exchange.
Switzerland
29 Feb 2012
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Doing Business In Switzerland
Three law professionals from meyerlustenberger, Switzerland, speak to Acquisition International about business in Switzerland, it’s taxation strategy and what attracts foreign investment to the country.
Switzerland
29 Feb 2012
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Mitigating Counterparty Credit Risk In The OTC Derivatives Market
Counterparty or credit risk exists whenever a market participant has entered into a transaction with a counterparty where the latter has an obligation to make payments or deliveries at some point in the future.
Switzerland
16 Jan 2012
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New Regulatory Framework: Impact On Public Offers
The statute establishes a preventative merger control procedure led by the Merger Control Commission for transactions which exceed certain minimal thresholds.
Switzerland
9 Jan 2012
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A Strong Performer
The Swiss real estate market has been very robust over the last two years, in particular the housing market where apartment prices according to market specialists went up by roughly 5% in 2009, 10% in 2010 and another 2-3% in the first half of 2011.
Switzerland
13 Dec 2011
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