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Macron law

Published at 31 October 2018
Category : Corporate Law
E-newsletter: October 2018
The Bill on business growth and transformation and the Bill for the modernization of business transfers are important items on the Minister of Economy and Finance’s end-of-year agenda. While one Bill is promoted by the government and the other by the Parliament, both aim at simplifying the internal operation of companies. This article focuses on two measures intended to remedy the shortcoming of previously implemented schemes that have been sometimes contested.
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Published at 27 April 2016
Category : Labor & Employment
E-newsletter: April 2016
Law n°2015-990 of August 6, 2015, commonly referred to as the “Macron Law” has amended a number of provisions applicable to mandatory profit-sharing schemes (participation) and optional profit-sharing schemes (intéressement). The amended provisions come into force in 2016. This article provides an overview of the key changes.
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Published at 27 January 2016
Category : Corporate Law
E-newsletter: January 2016
The publication of the Implementing Decree is the final chapter of the legislative saga that resulted in the adoption of the Law on growth, economic activity and equality of economic opportunities of July 10, 2015, commonly known as the “Macron” Law. Indeed, even though the Macron Law became effective on August 8, 2015, a significant number of measures remained inapplicable pending the adoption of such Decree. This has now been done! Decree n°2015-1811 of December 28, 2015 on the obligation to provide information to employees prior to the sale or the transfer of the business was published in the Official Journal on December 30, 2015.
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Published at 28 September 2015
Author : David Faravelon
Category : Corporate Law
E-newsletter: September 2015
In the current context of increasingly fierce competition between European private equity structures following the adoption of Directive 2011/61/EU, referred to as the “AIFM Directive” , aimed at creating an harmonized framework for alternative investment funds (“AIF”) in Europe while strengthening the protection of investors and savers, the French Government wanted to show that it desires to attract not only French institutional investors but also foreign investors who until now tended to turn to UK’s limited partnerships or Luxemburg’s Sociétés en Commandite Spéciales (i.e. special limited partnerships).
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