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Is The New PPP Legislation Giving A Boost To Infrastructure Projects?
This seems to be a hot year-end for Romanian infrastructure, with the government recently launching the first public procedure for the award of a strategic infrastructure project under the new Romanian PPP legislation.
Romania
28 Nov 2018
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The Oil & Gas Offshore Law: A Romanian Odyssey
Debate is raging about the Romanian "offshore" law setting out the legal framework for oil & gas exploration and production in the Black Sea offshore perimeters, fuelling political turmoil and deterring investment.
Romania
7 Nov 2018
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Profi Rom: Romania's Largest Leveraged Buyout
In Romania's largest leveraged buyout and largest retail transaction to date, Dechert lawyers guided private equity buyout investor Mid Europa Partners (MEP) ...
Romania
13 Feb 2018
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Trade Finance In Romania: Taking Security Over Oil In Storage Terminals
Trade finance is generally not very developed in Romania, at least by comparison with other EU Member States and developed and emerging markets.
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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EU Banking Resolution Framework – Publication Of Romanian Draft Law Transposing BRRD
On 11 June 2015, the Romanian Ministry of Public Finance published the draft law transposing into Romanian legislation the EU Directive 2014/59/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council...
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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Recent Legislative Changes Impacting The Crediting Business And The Secondary Markets For Banking Assets
One particular issue has been legislators' intention to apply certain of the new legal provisions also to existing contracts, concluded prior to the entry into force of the new laws.
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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Towards A Banking Union?
None of this sounds very different from the headlines of previous years, reflecting a process started by the European regulatory bodies in 2012, in response to the financial crisis.
European Union
26 Jan 2018
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Leveraged Buyout Structures And Private Equity. The Romanian Legal Perspective
The favourable credit market coupled with attractive interest rates led to a comeback for leveraged loans following the financial crisis.
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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Digital Banking In Romania. The Time Is Now
Most of these aspects can be covered from a technical perspective.
Romania
26 Jan 2018
10
Banking Market Trends
2017 has seen some antagonistic forces, whose resultant seems uncertain. On the one hand, people are talking about the steps that are to be taken with a view to consolidating the single market and achieving banking union.
European Union
26 Jan 2018
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Romania Wins International Arbitration with Noble Ventures, Inc.
The Romanian State scored a major arbitration victory before the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) within the World Bank in Washington. Noble Ventures, Inc. submitted its claim under the bilateral investment treaty between the United States and Romania to arbitration under the ICSID Convention in August 2001. Noble Ventures` claimed as much as USD 353 million in damages from Romania, challenging Romania’s treatment of Noble Ventures and its investment in Combin
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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Applicability Of The Financial Assistance Prohibition For Limited Liability Companies Under Romanian Law
The Romanian mergers & acquisitions market has been targeted more and more lately by leveraged buy-outs, a type of business better known in the western jurisdictions.
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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The Sale Of Non-Performing Loans After GEO 52/2016
In January 2017, the NBR issued a press release offering its interpretation in relation to this legislative amendment.
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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The Sale Of Non-Performing Loans After GEO 52 2016
Starting with 2014, after the entry into force of new prudential rules imposed by the Basel III international standards, as well as by Directive 2013/36/EU and Regulation no. 575/2013, ...
Romania
26 Jan 2018
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Whistleblowing – A New Must Within The FSA And The Financial Sector
Whistleblowing is the disclosure of information about a perceived wrongdoing in an organization to individuals or entities believed to be able to effect action.
Worldwide
29 Sep 2016
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Law On Debt Discharge To Enter Into Force
The "debt discharge" (darea in plata) allows for the discharge in full of any loans contracted by a natural person and secured by a mortgage arrangement, including any accessories in connection therewith.
Romania
29 Sep 2016
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Legal Mortgage Of Contractors – Triggering Applicability Disputes?
The Romanian Civil Code regulates the legal mortgage in favour of contractors, sometimes unjustly extended also to the benefit of subcontractors.
Romania
28 Jan 2014
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State Aid Schemes And EU Funds – Instruments For Financing Projects In Romania
Over the past years, banks operating in the Romanian market have been approached with an increasing number of financing projects that aim to benefit from financial support from either state aid schemes or EU financing programmes.
Romania
14 Jun 2013
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Major Amendments to Anti-Trust and Merger Control Rules
The Romanian Competition Law was recently amended by the Emergency Government Or-dinance no 75/2010 ("EGO 75/2010") which entered into force on 5 August 2010.
Romania
2 Sep 2010
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Fiducia, A Novelty Under Recent Romanian Legislation
If timely assimilated by the business community and followed by detailed provisions, in particular on its fiscal and insolvency treatment, the newly regulated fiducia creates an opportunity of new business for certain actors and may lead to a more flexible structuring of secured finance-banking transactions.
Romania
15 Mar 2010
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