knowledge landing page image

The vital role of the European Investment Fund

Corporate, Private Equity, M&A and Commercial

The vital role of the European Investment Fund

The EIF has become invaluable for many venture and smaller buyout funds; a number of which may not have been raised without the EIF's cornerstone investment and subsequent...

11 November 2016
Categories: 

European regulator takes action on venture capital passporting fees

Under AIFMD, marketing a private equity or venture capital fund in the EU has either got somewhat easier, or considerably harder – depending on access to a marketing...

04 November 2016
Categories: 

The AIFMD’s “third country passport”

The AIFMD’s “third country passport” may be available in some non-EU countries relatively soon, but questions remain on how to opt in and what happens to National Private...

30 September 2016
Categories: 

Preparing for tougher global private equity regulation

To mark the milestone of the 700th edition of Private Equity Comment we welcome Michael Collins, Invest Europe’s Public Affairs Director as guest author.

09 September 2016
Categories: 

Anti-bribery and corruption guide: Belgium

An up to date guide to the anti-bribery and corruption policy in Belgium.

01 August 2016

BEPS and the impact on the consumer sector in Europe

BEPS and the impact on the consumer sector. How will the European Commission’s ambitious anti-tax avoidance package affect businesses?

08 March 2016

Venture capital in Europe

A pan-European funds-of-funds framework could boost capital available for investment in SMEs

19 February 2016
Categories: 

CMA clears Whittan-Apex storage merger, despite high share of supply in relevant products

The CMA has decided not to refer Whittan Intermediate Limited's proposed acquisition of Apex Linvar Limited to a Phase II investigation.

11 February 2016

Blockchain: A New Frontier

Corporate partner Andrew Wingfield discusses the potential M&A activity in blockchain.

26 January 2016
Categories: 

Companies could face liability for anti-competitive practices of independent contractors

ECJ Advocate General gives opinion recommending three stage test and rebuttable presumption of liability for anti-competitive acts of contractors.

10 December 2015
Categories: 

German Minister of Economics reviews FCO’s objections against proposed merger of retail chains EDEKA and Tengelmann

The German Minister of Economics reviews the FCO’s objections to EDEKA’s proposed acquisition of Tengelmann and is to issue his final decision shortly.

03 December 2015
Categories: 

A tightening noose on interest-expense

In 2013, the G20 Governments and the OECD launched a project looking at “base erosion and profit shifting”.

10 November 2015

This site uses cookies to enhance your experience and to help us improve the site. Please see our Privacy Policy for further information. If you continue without changing your settings, we will assume that you are happy to receive these cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time.

For more information on which cookies we use then please refer to our Cookie Policy.