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Proposal for a thirteenth directive on company law concerning takeover bids

Proposal for a thirteenth directive on company law concerning takeover bids

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Published by Department of Trade and Industry in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries.,
  • Consolidation and merger of corporations -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCompany law reform: proposal for a thirteenth directive on company law concerning takeover bids.
    ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Trade and Industry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[11] leaves ;
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16666398M

    The European rules on takeover bids are enshrined in Directive /25/EC (which is also known as the Thirteenth Directive on Company Law), which applies to bids for securities of companies. The passivity rule and the breakthrough rule and reciprocity characterize the European legislation on takeover bids and constitute its central and most critical rules (M. Ventoruzzo, ). Their transposition by the Member States is based upon the mechanism of optional arrangements which represented the politically necessary choice for the European Parliament to reach approval of the.

    Following the implementation of the Thirteenth EU Directive (Directive /25/EC) on Public Takeover Bids, takeover bids in Belgium are governed by (i) the 1 April law on public takeover bids (the Public “ Takeover Bids Law”), and (ii) the 27 April executing Royal Decree on public takeover bids (the. (a) Bidders are responsible for submitting bids, and any modifications or withdrawals, so as to reach the Government office designated in the invitation for bids (IFB) by the time specified in the IFB. If no time is specified in the IFB, the time for receipt is p.m., local time, for the designated Government office on the date that bids are due.

    The Commission has considered drafts for a "proposal for a Ninth Directive on links between undertakings and in particular groups," but the draft has never been published or formally proposed by the Commission. 9 Proposal for a Thirteenth Council Directive on Company Law concerning takeover and other general bids, 32 O.J. EUR. COMM. (No. Translations of the phrase UMBERTO BURANI from english to danish and examples of the use of "UMBERTO BURANI" in a sentence with their translations: concerning takeover bids(CES /96) Rapporteur: umberto burani.


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Proposal for a thirteenth directive on company law concerning takeover bids Download PDF EPUB FB2

Proposal for a 13th council directive on company law, concerning takeover and other general bids: presented to the council by the commission on 19 January Author: Commission of the European Communities.

Proposal for a thirteenth directive on company law concerning takeover bids A consultative document. By London (United Kingdom) Department of Trade and Industry. Abstract. URN 96/Available from British Library Document Supply Centre-DSC:GPC/ / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreSIGLEGBUnited Kingdo.

UNSPECIFIED () Amended proposal for a Thirteenth Council Directive on company law, concerning takeover and other general bids.

COM (90) final, 10 September COM (90) final, 10 September European Parliament. -- Thirteenth European Parliament and Council directive on company law concerning takeover bids.

UE/CE Marché unique. UE/CE Directives. Offres publiques d'achat. Droit de la concurrence. Pays nordiques. Thirteenth European Parliament and Council directive on company law concerning takeover bids (European Parliament).

This paper analyzes the economic consequences of a proposal from the EU Commission: The Amended Proposal for a Thirteenth Council Directive on Company Law, Concerning Takeover and Other General Bid Cited by: 3. Amended proposal for a Thirteenth European Parliament and Council Directive on company law concerning takeover bids.

COM (97) final, 10 November a new proposal for a Thirteenth Directive on company law concerning takeover bids.5 The proposal contained a "framework" directive drawn up in the light of consultations with the Member States and setting out general principles but not attempting detailed harmonisation.

At the end of the Commission adopted an amended proposal that took account of the opinions of the Economic. 15 See Commission Proposal of 19 January for a Thirteenth Council Directive on Company Law concerning takeover and other general bids (COM(88) final; OJ C 64, p. 8), and Commission Proposal of 7 February for a 13th European Parliament and Council Directive on company law concerning takeover bids (COM(95) final; OJ C.

II Preparatory Acts Economic and Social Committee Session of July 96/C / Opinion of the Economic and Social Committee on the 'Proposal for a 13th European Parliament and Council Directive on company law concerning takeover bids'. This Directive shall not apply to takeover bids for securities issued by companies, the object of which is the collective investment of capital provided by the public, which operate on the principle of risk-spreading and the units of which are, at the holders' request, repurchased or redeemed, directly or indirectly, out of the assets of those companies.

a proposal for a Thirteenth directive on Company Law concerning takeover bids(memorandum series noJune ) paras and ; J Plender, ‚Europe Feels the Toxic Effect of Corporate Nationalism™ Financial Times (London, 6 Apr ) referring to US takeover regulation as highly.

The Twelfth Company Law Directive (//EC) harmonised the basic requirements for forming a single-member private limited liability company. The ‘Thirteenth Company Law Directive’, as it was first termed, and later known as the Takeover Directive (/25/EC), harmonised the basic requirements for the conduct of takeovers in the EU.

See The Amended Proposal for a Thirteenth Council Directive on Company Law, Concerning Takeover and Other General Bids (). The first proposal for the takeovers directive was presented in and amended in A streamlined framework directive was presented in and amended in. Italy has passed in a new law on takeovers that followed the main principles set out in the amended proposal of the 13th Directive.

Under this Directive, the intervention of Deutsche Telecom would have been possible as the Directive does allow the board of the target company to seek alternative bids (a white knight).

The Commission proposed the 'thirteenth European Parliament and Council Directive on company law concerning takeover bids' on 7 February 2 This was the latest of a series of attempts to. Directive will greatly affect regulatory competition in Europe.

Taking as its starting point U.S. rules and assumptions regarding takeovers, the article identifies and analyzes the fundamental features of the European approach to takeovers in a comparative and critical perspective, examining the causes and.

The Thirteenth Directive on Takeover Bids of has to be revised on the basis of experience gained in the five years of its application. This revision includes an examination of the control structures and barriers to takeover bids for those bids that do not fall within the scope of application of this Directive.

'A pathfinding international collaboration on a map for the uncharted territory of takeover regulation in Asia, this book demonstrates comparative corporate law scholarship at its best, displaying, with a high degree of sensitivity and sophistication, the subtle interplay among law, politics and economics.

adopted the Proposal for a Thirteenth Council Directive on Company Law concerning takeover and other general bids (the "Proposal" or "proposed Directive").3 Before this text enters into force, it will have to be adopted by the Council of the European Communities in cooperation with the European Parliament and following consultation with the Eco-nomic and Social Committee.'.

The Annual Report of the Takeover Panel for the year ended 31st March ; EC Proposal for a Thirteenth Company Law Directive Concerning Takeovers. A Consultative Document DTI, Augustpp 2 See, for example: Berle and Means The. 1. A large part of EU company law is now codified in a single Directive - Directive / relating to certain aspects of company law.

The Directive / of 20 June covers provisions on the use of digital tools and processes in company law. Member States need to transpose this Directive by August (with longer deadline for some.EU Company Law-Introduction and - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.

Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site.Thirteenth Company Law Directive /25/EC, on takeover bids Merger Tax Directive 90//EEC, on the common system of taxation applicable to mergers, divisions, transfers of assets and exchanges of shares concerning companies of different Member States, repealed by //EC.