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Corporate Governance

Sound corporate governance is vital to the success of your business. Yet keeping up to date to ensure compliance with legal, administrative and reporting requirements can pose a significant challenge. Your organisation can rely on the experts at Loyens & Loeff to help you keep pace with the latest legal developments that impact your corporate governance.

Sound corporate governance is vital to the success of your business.

Governance Expertise

If your organisation is seeking guidance on corporate regulations and governance requirements, Loyens & Loeff can help. Our vast experience and expertise in this field covers all aspects, from conflicts of interest, liability, risk management & compliance, fraud and financial monitoring, to competition law, remuneration, reporting obligations, tax control frameworks, horizontal monitoring and beyond.

A Multi-Disciplinary Approach

Your organisation will benefit from working with the multi-disciplinary team at Loyens & Loeff.  Enjoy full access to our wide range of experts, offering full-service solutions on any corporate governance topic. Our solutions put your business objectives first, so your organisation has a clear and pragmatic path through this complex legal environment.

Revised Corporate Governance Code

Click here for an overview of the revised Corporate Governance Code, published on 8 December 2016 by the Corporate Governance Code Monitoring Committee, along with the corresponding provisions of the current Corporate Governance Code. You will also find a concise explanation of the amendments.

Corporate governance code-en.pdf
News - 18 November 2021 - Global

The use of Dutch pre-wired back-end measures by foreign companies

Pre-wired back-end measures have become a well-established part of the Dutch public takeover practice.
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News - 13 October 2021 - Global

Legislative proposal on a more balanced men-women ratio adopted

On 28 September 2021, a legislative proposal to improve the men-women ratio in boards was adopted by the Dutch Senate.
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