Das 33. bpv Hügel-Breakfast Briefing befasste sich mit aktuellen Herausforderungen für Unternehmen im digitalen Kontext.
The Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) today published FAQs regarding the notification of major shareholdings in listed entities providing important clarifications on the administrative practice and legal interpretation of the FMA.
Despite the high number of decisions of the Austrian Supreme Court prohibiting the return of capital contributions, it was not decided until recently whether and under what conditions this concept could also be applied to constellations involving private foundations.
The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) has established uniform rules throughout Europe for core elements of capital market law such as ad-hoc announcement obligations, insider surveillance and directors’ dealings. Since July 2019, the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) has been conducting a consultation on an Issuer Guideline. The approaches of the German regulator offer helpful starting points for the Austrian practice.
Dominik Geyer heads the Real Estate division at bpv Huegel as Partner and Co-Head together with Michaela Pelinka, Partner since 2015.
bpv Huegel advised AnaCap Financial Partners on the sale of its majority shareholding in heidelpay Group with respect to the Austrian subsidiary, the payment service provider mPAY24 GmbH.
News from Austrian labour law from our Lawyer Walter Niedermüller and our Associate Philipp Bertsch (in German)
It is true that the competition never sleeps: For an overview of current events in competition policy and enforcement in the EU, check out our second issue of European Competition Developments for the latest on current events in competition policy and enforcement in Europe put together by our counsel Kajetan Rozga and our associate Magdalena Nowak.
In this article, we look at what the EC’s directive might mean for whistleblowers and their employers within the context of the current patchwork of regulations in several CEE jurisdictions.
As of this week the bpv BRAUN PARTNERS energy team can add another successful transaction to its track record, having provided legal advice to the German ANTARIS group on the sale of two photovoltaic power plants with a total installed capacity of 4.2 MW to a German investment group.