Autor: VIERA GONZALEZ ARISTIDES JORGE
Fecha edición: 02/03/2015
Año primera edición: 2015
Año última edición: 2015
BELGIUM. CLOSED CORPORATIONS IN BELGIUM.
II. The closed Corporation in Belgium.
III. Belgium in the european landscape a few thoughts on the private limited of the future.
DENMARK. THE REGULATION OF CLOSE CORPORATIONS IN DANISH COMPANY LAW IN AN INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY CONTEXT.
II. The content of the Danish Company Law.
III. The SPE and or the SMC from a Danish Perspective.
FRANCE. CHAPTER ON FRENCH COMPANY LAW.
II. The societe anonyme.
III. The societe a responsabilite limitee.
IV. The societe par actions simplifiee.
GERMANY. EXPERIENCES WITH THE COMPETITION OF REGULATORS -A GERMAN PERSPECTIVE.
I. Introduction German GMBH law in the competition between jurisdictions.
II. Germany s answer to the limited the GMBH reform 2008.
III. Procedure for collecting empirical data.
IV. Results of the data evaluation.
V. Summary and conclusion.
IRELAND. CLOSE CORPORATIONS A COMMON LAW WORLD PERSPECTIVE -THE CASE OF IRELAND.
II. The close corporation in Ireland.
III. Functions of the SPE and the single member company.
IV. National reform processes and their relationship with reform in other member states.
ITALY. COSE COMPANIES IN ITALY.
II. Company limited by shares.
III. Limited partnership by shares.
IV. Limited liability company.
V. The single member companies the sole quota holder S.R.L. and the sole shareholder S.P.A.
VI. Relationship between Italian reforms and the situation in some other member states.
VII. Reasons for the introduction of the european private company.
LITHUANIA. THE LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS ON LITHUANIAN CLOSE CORPORATION AND THE PROPOSALS OF REFORM IN EU LAW.
II. The development of regulation of private companies in Lithuania.
III. The need for the European Union initiatives in the area of private companies and their impact on Lithuanian smes.
LUXEMBOURG. THE REFORM OF THE CLOSE CORPORATION IN LUXEMBOURG.
II. Public limited companies.
III. Private limited companies.
NETHERLANDS. TOWARDS A NEW PRIVATE COMPANY LAW. HISTORY OF AND PERSPECTIVES ON THE 2012 FUNDAMENTAL OVERHAUL OF DUTCH COMPANY LAW AND A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE ON THE PROPOSALS FOR A EUROPEAN PRIVATE COMPANY SPE AND SUP .
II. Preparation of the new legislation in the Netherlands.
III. The Flex-BV act came into force on 1 october 2012.
IV. The Flex-BV act and the act on governance AND supervision of Dutch companies.
V. Core themes and key objetives of the Flex-BV act and the governance and supervision act .
VI. Accessibility of the Flex-BV and demise of legal capital rules.
VII. Internal structure and freedom of design.
VIII. Share transfer rules additional obligations for shareholders and shareholder dispute resolution.
IX. Financial assistance rules have been abolished.
X. Protection of third parties in particular creditors .
XI. Conflicts of interest.
XII. An evaluation from an EU perspective.
XIII. Conclusions and the way forward.
POLAND. POLISH LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY A CASE FOR MODERNISING THE CORPORATE FINANCIAL STRUCTURE.
I. The polish LLC and its financial structure.
II. The draft law on modernising the financial structure of the polish LLC.
III. Closing remarks.
PORTUGAL. THE PORTUGUESE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY SOCIEDADE POR QUOTAS AND THE MAJOR CHANGES OVER THE LAST TWO DECADES.
I. Introduction Framing the topic.
II. Legal regime of limited liability company.
III. The LLC articles of association.
IV. Powers And Duties Of Quotaholders.
VI. The governing bodies.
VII. The LLC operation.
VIII. The LLC extinction.
IX. The Single-Member LLC.
X. Liberalisation of the LLC share capital.
SPAIN. CLOSED CAPITAL COMPANIES IN THE SPANISH LEGISLATIVE EVOLUTION PROBLEMS OF LEGAL POLICY AND REGULATORY INTERPRETATION.
I. Introduction towards the unification of capital companies under one single type?
II. Spanish legislative evolution in matters of closed capital companies.
III. Scope of the relaxation of the legal regime for closed capital companies with regard to the delimitation of the types in the most recent case law and administrative approach followed by the DGRN.
IV. Instruments established in practice to resolve the problems arising from the application of the legislation.
SPAIN. THE LIMITED LIABILITY ENTREPRENEUR AND THE SUCCESSIVE FORMATION LIMITED COMPANY.
II. The limited liability entrepreneur.
III. Successive formation limited company.
SPAIN. CAPITAL MARKET FINANCING FOR SMES IN SPAIN THE CREATION OF THE ALTERNATIVE MARKET OF FIXED-INCOME MARF AND OTHER ACCOMPANYING MEASURES.
II. Background of the marf reference to other alternative markets in europe and in Spain.
III. The New alternative market of fixed-income MARF .
IV. Prospects for the future and final consideration.
UNITED KINGDOM. UK COMPANY LAW AND COMPANY GOVERNANCE IN A WARMING WORLD.
II. Corporate governance in the UK directors duties the complaints mechanisms.
III. The neo-liberal paradigm The causes of a lack of progressive leadership in UK corporate governance.
IV. Contract versus the public interest.
V. Economic contractualism.
VI. The Uk law on directors duties.
VII. The accountability of directors in the UK.
VIII. The unfair prejudice action
X. Conclusion a possible solutions? Community interest companies.