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Mayer Brown
Although the term 'legal true sale' is used in German market practice by the parties to financial transactions, it cannot be defined by reference to a specific provision of German law.
Dentons
IOSCO guidance addressed conflicts of interest and conduct risks in equity capital raising
Germany
Dentons
Central banks provide credit funding to financial institutions on specific legal terms and in return for receiving eligible collateralization as security against that funding. In the Eurozone...
Mayer Brown
Chambers & Partners Securitisation 2020 features 23 jurisdictions.
Mayer Brown
The past week in Germany has attracted and increased raised interest in blockchain based transactions.
Dechert LLP
Zealand Pharma A/S ("Zealand") (Nasdaq Copenhagen: ZEAL) is a biotechnology company based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Zealand has leading expertise in the discovery, design and development of novel ...
Mayer Brown
Over the last few years, our finance lawyers have witnessed the increasing convergence / overlap between traditional real estate finance, leveraged finance and debt capital markets products, for example, in the form of high yield bonds
TMF Group
This year more than 600 representatives attended the annual TSI Congress in Berlin, Germany.
TMF Group
Following on from our part 1 summary on the various changes in German law scheduled for 2016, find out about FATCA, CRS and the implementation of the Transparency Directive.
Mayer Brown
Insurance companies are playing a larger role as purchasers in the credit portfolio transactions market than they used to.
Jones Day
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.
Jones Day
Business and corporate investments, transactions and reorganizations are often driven (even if only in part) by tax issues.
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Issues relating to German Tax & Legal News
PricewaterhouseCoopers
The finance ministry has published its draft bill to transpose various EU amendments and ECJ cases into national law whilst taking the opportunity to make a number of editorial changes.
PricewaterhouseCoopers
A foreign business with neither seat, place of management or branch in Germany may only appoint a fiscal representative to fulfil all German VAT obligations on its behalf and for its account where its only German sales are VAT-free and it has no input tax to be deducted. The fiscal representative may be anybody (person, firm or organisation) entitled to offer tax consulting services.
PricewaterhouseCoopers
The finance ministry has published a progress report on its efforts to date to simplify tax procedures with online assessment and collection.
PricewaterhouseCoopers
The ministry of finance has issued a decree to the effect that factoring shall be charged to VAT from July 1, 2004 following the ECJ case of MKG-Kraftfahrzeug-Factoring-GmbH of June 23, 2003.
PricewaterhouseCoopers
The finance ministry has issued a decree on the conditions under which redundancy payments still rank for favourable tax treatment, despite continuing or additional benefits to ex-employees.
PricewaterhouseCoopers
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PricewaterhouseCoopers
The finance ministry has drafted a new decree to resolve some of the doubts on the application of the thin capital rules following a change in the law for 2004.
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