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Foundation Trusts Set For Introduction In Hungary
April 2019 – The Hungarian Parliament passed the Act on Foundation Trusts on 5 March 2019. This legal concept has had a long and successful history in German-speaking countries.
Hungary
23 Apr 2019
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Cégalapítás külföldön
A jelen cikkben felvázoljuk, hogy az egyes európai országokban a cégalapítás milyen adójogi vonzatokkal jár.
Hungary
6 Dec 2018
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Amendment To The Civil Code In Order To Foster Lending
On 13 June 2016 the Hungarian Parliament adopted an amendment to the Civil Code which entered into force two years ago.
Hungary
14 Jul 2016
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Hungary Incentivizes Banks To Sell Their Non-Performing Project Loans
The Hungarian National Bank would like to incentivize the country's banks to clean their portfolios, since the banks still hold over HUF 700 billion (approx. EUR 2.25 billion) of non-performing project loans.
Hungary
2 Dec 2015
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Flexibility In Managing Hungary's Minimum Capital Requirement
Writing in the British Chamber of Commerce's spring newsletter, our Hungary tax and legal expert says involving your partners will help mitigate issues that arise in capital.
Hungary
20 May 2015
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Consumer Protection Measures In Retail Financing
Unhappy with being labelled the local scapegoats for the effects of the financial crisis, Hungarian banks and other retail financers have adopted a code of conduct to show goodwill towards distressed clients.
Hungary
16 Mar 2010
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New Protections For Bank Customers
Bank customers are to be given increased statutory protection, following public and media pressure for change.
Hungary
6 May 2009
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Securitization - Hungarian Prospects
While the securitization market in Europe continues to flourish, its usefulness in Hungary has yet to be fully appreciated. At first glance, the foundation and legal framework appears to be in place, however for a number of reasons, the market is still in its pre-infancy. From a Hungarian law approach it is useful to first look at the issues which are relevant in all markets and then to focus on the specific market-driven obstacles.
Hungary
9 Mar 2005
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