Duties of the board of directors: Liquidity supervision and conflicts of interest – Episode 2 of 5
In the Loyens & Loeff Switzerland podcast series “Let’s talk legal”, we provide succinct insights into key Swiss legal issues and developments. In five episodes, we talk about the main aspects of the Swiss corporate law reform. After being in the making for almost 20 years, the corporate law reform touches a wide area of topics.
In this second episode, Gilles Pitschen and Philipp Ruchti will talk about the duties of the board of directors and more specifically about liquidity supervision and conflicts of interest. They will introduce the main amendments and elaborate on its main pitfalls, challenges and implications:
02:05 Amendments of the duties of the board of directors
04:12 Conflicts of interest
08:45 Decision making
10:30 Liquidity management
13:42 Key takeaways
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Andreas HinsenLocal partner Attorney at law
Andreas Hinsen, attorney at law, is a local partner in our Zurich office. He focuses mainly on private equity, domestic and international M&A transactions, corporate governance, restructurings as well as general corporate and stock exchange laws.T: +41434346700 E: [email protected]
Valérie SchrämliAssociate Attorney at law
Valérie, attorney at law, is an associate in our Zurich office and she focuses on domestic and cross-border M&A, private equity and capital market transactions, corporate governance, general corporate law and contractual matters.T: +41434346700 E: [email protected]