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How to drive the future of compliance, with integrity in the spotlight

30 March 2020 by EY Law

By Andrew Gordon - EY Global Forensic & Integrity Services Leader and Alfonso Crespo – Partner of Forensic & Integrity Services - EY Central America, Panama and Dominican Republic

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DORDA advises sportsWorld on cooperation with F1 and EON

26 March 2020 by Dorda

DORDA IP/IT and data protection experts Axel Anderl and Dominik Schelling support sportsWorld in a cooperation with Formula 1 in connection with the pop-up exhibition "Bond in Motion".

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Elena Manachimova promoted to Senior Associate at DORDA

26 March 2020 by Droda

Elena Manachimova promoted to Senior Associate at DORDA

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Zita Albert joins CERHA HEMPEL’s Budapest office as M&A Partner

26 March 2020 by CERHA HEMPEL Dezsö & Partners

Zita Albert joins CERHA HEMPEL’s Budapest office as M&A Partner

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Successful advice from the home office: DORDA supported Warburg-HIH Invest in the sale of an office property in Vienna

24 March 2020 by Dorda

DORDA's real estate law experts supported Warburg-HIH Invest Real Estate (Warburg-HIH Invest) in the sale of a multi-storey office building in Vienna-Simmering, with a floor area of around 14,000 square metres, to a Luxembourg real estate fund.

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Leading Thai law firm launches new website

24 March 2020 by Kudun & Partners

Leading Thai law firm launches new website

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Receivables Financing – Floating Charge vs Third Party Set-Off

21 March 2020 by Shook Lin & Bok

BP Singapore Pte Ltd v Jurong Aromatics Corp Pte Ltd (receivers and managers appointed) and others and another appeal [2020] SGCA 9

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New legislation to be introduced to address the mismatch in respect of the taxation of foreign dividends received by REITs: A disincentive for REITs to invest offshore?

16 March 2020 by Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr

In essence, real estate investment trusts (REITs) are treated as conduits through which the income they derive, flows to their shareholders. The main advantage of a REIT is therefore that a deduction of the distribution made by the REIT to its shareholders may be claimed against its income provided that it is a qualifying distribution. By nature, REITs distribute most of their income to their shareholders and will usually pay little or no income tax on the distributions, instead shareholders will be liable to pay income tax on the distributions received from REITs. REITs are, however, taxed on the taxable income they retain at the standard corporate tax rate.

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EY Law advises important infrastructure projects in Guatemala

16 March 2020 by EY Law

EY Law advises important infrastructure projects in Guatemala

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CERHA HEMPEL advised CA Immobilien Anlagen AG on its EUR 500 million debut benchmark bond issue combined with a liability management transaction

13 March 2020 by CERHA HEMPEL

CERHA HEMPEL advised CA Immobilien Anlagen AG on its EUR 500 million debut benchmark bond issue combined with a liability management transaction

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