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31.03.2016

 

Since 23 March 2016, the European Commission consults on the establishment of an EU-wide insolvency framework, following the publication of an initial inquiry into insolvency law harmonisation earlier this month. The European Commission aims to support businesses in financial difficulties while at the same time maximising the value received by creditors, shareholders, employees, investors, tax authorities, and other parties concerned. The Commission intends to present a legislative proposal on insolvency by the end of 2016. Overall efficiency and effectiveness of insolvency frameworks should be increased while also building on national regimes.

 

Closing date is 14 June 2016.

 

 

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