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Conflicts of Interest under the Revised Corporate Law – an Overview and Recommendations
This article addresses the question when and how members of the executive management (Managers) and members of the board of directors (Directors) must report (potential) conflicts of interest to the board of directors (Board), how the Board must assess such (potential) conflicts of interest and what measures must be taken.More
FAQ on the Revised Corporate Law (non-listed corporations): to the Point and Implementable
Do you have questions regarding the revised corporate law, would you like to understand the key points of the revision and know what needs to be done in regard to non-listed corporation? Read our answers in this FAQ. If you have any questions and/or comments, your contacts at MLL Legal and the members of our Corporate & M&A practice group are happy to help.More
Law Reform on Company Law – Aspects of Corporate Governance
On January 1st 2023, the new provisions on limited company law came into force. These changes have been awaited for many years, in particular in order to offer companies greater flexibility and to bring the law into conformity with the practice that has developed over the years.More
LexCast: Will Switzerland Put Shackles on Foreign Direct Investments?
In May 2022, the Federal Council presented a new legislation to screen foreign direct investment seeks to prevent threats to public order and security posed by foreign investors acquiring Swiss companies. In 2023 we will find out what will happen next.More
Swiss Corporate Law Reform: Main Changes
The new corporate law (the Reform) will enter into force on 1 January 2023, putting an end to many years of discussion. The aim of this important reform is to modernize the corporate law. The main changes are the following:More