M&A Opportunities in the Energy Sector - January 2023
This new edition of the Corporate and M&A Magazine offers a comprehensive benchmarking analysis of the energy sector in Europe and the new trends for investments in this field. This edition also includes the most recent regulatory developments in Europe and European countries to be considered by the private equity players in their investments in the near future.
Transfer Pricing Tips
Depending on the given tax jurisdiction, if there is qualified ownership or control between enterprises belonging to a Multi-National Enterprise (MNE), the arm's-length principle (ALP) kicks-in to determine proper transfer prices in cross-border intra-group transactions.
Remote Work in Europe
Transfer Pricing Tips - May 2023
More and more companies – as well as their shareholders – recognize that the suc- cess of the society in which they operate is closely linked to their success. As a matter of fact, good corporate governance and responsible business practice require responsible tax behaviors. This helps mitigating tax risks and is in companies’ own long-term interest.
Employment of Managing Directors
When hiring managing directors who are legal representatives of a company, there are specific considerations and regulations that vary across European countries. The conditions of employment for managing directors differ from those applicable to employees, and they are shaped by both company law and labor regulations.
This guide focuses on the rules applicable mainly to limited liability companies (LLCs) in over 30 European countries. It does not discuss rules applicable to other types of companies, such as corporations, partnerships, etc. In the guide we describe the rules for the employment and/or appointment of managing directors who are also members of the company's bodies.
The EU Supply Chain Act 07-23
Last year, the European Commission introduced a draft Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence (CS3D), also known as the EU Supply Chain Act). Since then, significant progress has been made on the issue of conducting human rights and environmental due diligence processes, both within specific jurisdictions and at the European Union (EU) level. Several EU Member States have enacted or are in the process of enacting supply chain due diligence legislation.