Switzerland (almost) abolishes bearer shares
Swiss company law distinguishes two different categories of shares. On the one hand, there are registered shares which are registered in the name of the owner of the shares. On the other hand, there are bearer shares. In the case of those shares, the public limited company does not need to know the identity of the paper owner. Bearer shares are there for characteristic for their anonymity.
GDPR - One Year Later
On 16 May 2019, Lex Futura held a practical workshop about GDPR in its first year of life.
Self-Induced Mistake as to Valuation of Business renders Asset Deal Voidable
What do you do when you have engaged an M&A advisor to help you evaluate the business you are buying, the advisor comes up with a fundamentally flawed valuation and as a consequence you pay way too much for the business?
Security Token Offerings in Switzerland
Simon Roth authored an article about Security Token Offerings (STOs) and how the upcoming Financial Services Act will influence those.
EDPB releases opinion on interplay between ePrivacy Directive and GDPR