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To Opt-In or not To Opt-in? That is the question

On 1 January 2020 the new Belgian Company Code will apply to all existing companies. A company can however apply the BCC as early as 1 May 2019 by modifying its bylaws.

Assessing the legal impact of Brexit on your future banking relationship with the UK

What is the issue?

With Brexit just around the corner, the UK and the EU are still struggling to reach a final divorce agreement; leaving organizations in the dark as to what exactly this will mean for them. A heightened sense of urgency is further created with the UK Government’s recent publication of a series of papers on what the potential impact of a “no-deal” scenario would look like.

The Belgian UBO-Register and obligations for corporate entities

The Belgian UBO-Register and the obligations for corporate entities within the framework of the Law for the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing: here’s what you need to know.

Posting of workers: New EU rules approved

On June 21, 2018, the European Council of Ministers of Work formally approved the revision of Directive 96/71/EC on the posting of workers in the framework of the provision of services (hereafter: Posting of Workers Directive).

K law assists Vaessen Industries in the sale of Vasco Group to Arbonia

K law has assisted Vaessen Industries in the preparation, negotiation and closing of the sale of Vasco Group to Arbonia.

Update Belgian Company Code

Approval of the new Belgian Companies and Associations Code in its second reading

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