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Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Decree 28 of 2020, issued on 28 September 2020, has set out various amendments to certain provisions of the Bahrain Commercial Companies Law (Law 21 of 2001) (the "BCCL").
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
On Friday 11 September 2020 it was announced that the Kingdom of Bahrain would establish diplomatic relations with Israel,
STA Law Firm
Securities is a financial instrument that is negotiable and holds some type of monetary value. It is equivalent to an ownership position in a corporation through the stock.
STA Law Firm
Bahrain International Airport is not actually a Free Zone, although it is sometimes mistakenly referred to as one.
Charles Russell Speechlys
Commercial contracts where one party is obliged to supply goods or services by a specified date often contain liquidated damages clauses. These clauses set a pre-determined level of damages that a party...
Al Tamimi & Company
Since the launch of Bahrain's Labour Fund 12 years ago, and as part of Bahrain's continued move to diversify its economy, the government of Bahrain ...
STA Law Firm
Centrally located in the Gulf, stable economic climate, business-friendly atmosphere, state-of-art technology, and exceptional business opportunities are sufficient to convince an investor ...
Al Tamimi & Company
The Kingdom of Bahrain ("Bahrain") has become the second country within the Gulf Cooperation Council, after the United Arab Emirates, to allow crowdfunding. Crowdfunding is the use of small amounts of capital...
The Sovereign Group
The Kingdom of Bahrain is in the process of making comprehensive changes to its corporate laws and procedures to make it easier to set up and carry out business in Bahrain.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The hotel industry has seen a significant rise in activity in Bahrain and the region at large in the last decade.
Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
The corporate governance code of Bahrain (the Code) aims to bring international corporate governance standards to public companies, and in particular financial institutions, incorporated under the Bahrain Commercial Companies Law (the Companies Law).
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
In a global context in the wake of the financial crisis there has been an increasing emphasis on Corporate Governance. In the Middle East there have been developments such as the introduction of the Bahrain Corporate Governance Code (the Bahraini Code).
Charles Russell Speechlys
In this article, Clive Hopewell, a partner with Charles Russell LLP and Head of its Middle East Office considers some of the lessons learned from the recent financial crisis and those factors driving corporate governance reform in the MENA region.
Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property (AGIP)
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