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Changes are envisaged in Dutch legislation applicable to public-interest entities in relation to inter alia the composition of audit committees of public-interest entities pursuant to article 39 of Directive 2014/56/EU on statutory audits of annual accounts and consolidated accounts (amending Directive 2006/43/EC) (Audit Directive). Public-interest entities include entities established in the EU whose securities are admitted to trading on an EU regulated market as well as licensed credit institutions and insurance companies having their registered office in the EU and entities designated by a member state as such.
As you may know, the Union Customs Code (UCC) of October 9, 2013, will become applicable on May 1st 2016.
Now that the UCC Implementing Act and the UCC Delegated Act have been published, we have a clearer picture of how the UCC will be implemented at the EU level, and local Customs authorities of the EU Member States are drafting domestic procedures and processes for the application of the new rules at national levels.