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18 December 2020

M.Ebner H.Bellando

European Commission publishes its non-performing loans strategy in response to the COVID-19 crisis

On 16 December 2020 the European Commission (ECOM) presented its strategy to prevent a future build-up of non-performing loans (NPLs).

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28 September 2020

austria

M.Ebner U.Rath H.Bellando

Austria: Covid-19: Welche Unterstützungsleistungen der öffentlichen Hand kann ich beantragen?

Die durch die COVID-19 Pandemie verursachten wirtschaftlichen Auswirkungen betreffen eine Vielzahl von Unternehmen. Die Politik hat bereits mehrere Maßnahmen zur Erhaltung der Zahlungsfähigkeit und Überbrückung von Liquiditätsengpässen für die heimische Wirtschaft verlautbart.

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EU Level Covid-19 support measures in banking and capital markets

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Weitere Unterstützungen für die österreichische Wirtschaft verfügbar

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16 June 2020

romania

M.Florea G.Bădescu

Romania: More state incentives for large investments on the horizon

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15 June 2020

austria

M.Ebner

Nach der Krise ist vor der Krise

Haben Österreichs Banken hinreichend flexible Rahmenbedingungen, um die Realwirtschaft zu unterstützen?

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Ausgewählte Problemfelder der COVID-19-bedingten Änderungen des Insolvenz- und Eigenkapitalersatzrechts

Am 3.4.2020 hat der Nationalrat ein viertes COVID-19-Gesetzespaket (4. COVID-19-Gesetz BGBl I 2020/24) beschlossen.

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30 April 2020

poland

A.Stawiarska

COVID-19: state aid scheme sets maximum prices and margins for certain goods I Poland

On 8 April 2020 the European Commission approved a state aid scheme worth Zl3.5 billion (approximately €700 million) for loans and guarantees to support the Polish economy in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak.1

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COVID-19 – Effects on regulatory approvals in financial sector M&A transactions

M&A and corporate transactions (including mere group-internal restructurings) in the financial sector often not only require profound corporate law documentation, but also financial regulatory approvals from the competent authorities/regulators.

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21 April 2020

bulgaria

S.Ribanchova

Bulgaria: State aid in the age of COVID-19

During the COVID-19 outbreak businesses are facing the dilemma of whether to seek state aid or survive the crisis using their own resources.

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15 April 2020

hungary

G.Szalóki

Hungary: Further COVID-19-related developments in the Hungarian banking sector

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08 April 2020

romania

G.Bădescu M.Banu

State aid scheme to support Romanian SMEs in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in light of the new amendments via GEO no. 42/2020

The Romanian government has finalised and adopted a state aid scheme to support SMEs in the context of the economic downfall generated by the global COVID-19 pandemic.

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06 April 2020

bulgaria

T.Krumov

Bulgarian Coronavirus Payment Moratorium and its effect on cross-border financial transactions

The Moratorium was not self-proclaimed by the Bulgarian Parliament as an overriding mandatory piece of law so the courts discretion in cross-border scenarios has been retained

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03 April 2020

hungary

V.Palguta G.Szalóki

Hungary: Overview of the COVID-19 support measures currently available by the Hungarian public sector

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Czech Republic: State supports actions to mitigate the impact of the pandemic

Czech businesses and citizens have recently been affected by the adverse effects of the state of emergency declared due to COVID-19 and related emergency measures taken by the government or the Ministry of Health.

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Czech Republic: Overview of the COVID-19 support measures currently available by the Czech public sector

The Czech public sector provides a number of support measures to companies and natural persons affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Slovenia: Government anti-coronavirus support schemes for businesses

On 25 March 2020, the Government of Slovenia announced a EUR 2bln rescue package intended to mitigate the adverse and diverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The package primarily seeks to maintain jobs by providing pay check support and tax relief to employers and introducing additional mechanisms to reduce the liquidity shock on businesses.

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23 March 2020

romania

G.Bădescu M.Banu

Romania: State aid available to Romanian companies in the COVID-19 pandemic

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Financing in times of crisis - Austrian Chapter

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23 March 2020

serbia

Z.Šoljaga

The Serbian Commission for State Aid publishes a notice on the application of state aid rules during the coronavirus pandemic

In response to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, and following a similar announcement by the European Commission, on 17 March the Serbian Commission for State Aid Control ("Commission") published the Notice on the Application of the Rules for Granting State Aid in the Emerging COVID-19 Situation ("Notice").

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20 March 2020

hungary

V.Palguta G.Szalóki

Hungary: Extraordinary measures impact the Hungarian banking sector

On 18 March the Hungarian prime minister announced extraordinary measures to be taken as a result of the national emergency caused by COVID-19. Most of these measures have a strong impact on the Hungarian economy; in particular, the banking sector.

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COVID-19 Update – Croatia – Tax / Banking & Finance

On 19 March 2020 the Croatian Parliament adopted a series of laws aiming to reduce the adverse effects of the coronavirus on the Croatian economy.

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