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Global Accountants' Liability Update - August 2019
Hogan Lovells' global team of securities and professional liability lawyers is uniquely positioned to monitor legal developments across the globe that impact accountants' liability risk
27 Aug 2019
High-Yield: IFRS 16 Impact On Covenants
The new International Financial Reporting Standard 16 Leases (IFRS 16) has taken effect, and the companies using IFRS shall adopt IFRS 16 for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2019.
12 Apr 2019
11 Feb 2019
Requests For Derogation: Functional Currency For Foreign Companies In Belgium
Companies with operations in Belgium are typically required to draw up their accounting and financial statements and publish them in Euro.
12 Apr 2016
Issues To Keep In Mind When Auditing And Valuating An IP Portfolio In Belgium
No one can deny that intellectual property is a valuable asset.
1 Feb 2012
Tax Debts Of A Shell Company In Belgium: Potential Liability Of Tax Advisors And Shareholders
In previous issues of this newsletter, we focused on the role of the banking and financial sector in the financial crisis.
1 Feb 2012
No Legal Actions Against Liquidator Of Company Without Assets
In its decision of 3 March 2011, the Liège Court of Appeal declared an action against the liquidator of a limited liability company C. (hereinafter the "Company") (i) inadmissible with respect to the action against the liquidator in his official function; and (ii) without merit with respect to the action against the liquidator in his personal capacity.
19 Sep 2011
Belgian Commercial Court Establishes Incompatibility Between Task Of External Accountant And Liquidator
On 28 December 2010, the Leuven Commercial Court handed down a judgment in application of Article 184 of the Belgian Companies’ Code governing the appointment of a liquidator in the event of the dissolution of a company.
31 Aug 2011
VBB on Belgian Business Law
In a judgment dated 16 February 2010, the Antwerp Commercial Court held that, for a company to be appointed as liquidator (vereffenaar/liquidateur), its corporate purpose (maatschappelijk doel/objet social) should contain an explicit reference to the activity of a liquidator.
18 Jan 2011
Notional Interest Deduction Rebalances Equity and Borrowings
From January 1 2006 - and for book years ending on December 31 2006 or later - all Belgian companies will be able to benefit from a deduction for risk capital, also referred to as a notional interest deduction. For tax purposes, every company will be treated as if it had borrowed its own funds at a yearly interest rate equal to that of the 10-year Belgian government bond. The notional interest thus computed will be deductible from the tax base.
9 Nov 2005
EU Data Protection Requirements: An Overview for Employers
Many foreign companies operating in the European Union (the "EU") are unaware that their traditional business practices may violate EU and Member State laws regarding personal data protection. The EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC (the "Directive") regulates the collection, use, and transfer of individually identifiable personal information about employees, such as name, address, telephone number, and marital status, as well as information such as salary, bonuses, terms of an employment cont
15 Apr 2004
New EC Merger Control Rules in Place
On January 20, the Council of Ministers adopted Council Regulation (EC) No. 139/2004 concerning the control of concentrations between undertakings (Regulation 139/2004). This new regulation, which replaces Regulation 4064/89, significantly increases the powers of the Commission to review and, if necessary, block transactions having a Community dimension, while at the same time bringing more flexibility to the review process. Regulation 139/2004 will enter into force on May 1, 2004.
24 Feb 2004
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