Foreigners taking controlling interests in US companies had to consider in the past whether to make a filing with the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States — CFIUS, for short.
Inside Turkey blog
Legal developments around Turkey
Outbreak of the coronavirus and personal data privacy
The CAC Circular has important data privacy implications , notwithstanding that it was issued in the context of the prevention and control of Covid-19.
African Opportunities for Turkish Investors
The sectors in which Turkish companies historically carry out their outbound investments and Africa’s resources and specific development needs, the areas of opportunity for Turkish companies in Africa.
Turkish Capital Markets Authority Moves to Remove Privileges in Loss-Making Companies
The Turkish Capital Markets Board is authorized to revoke voting privileges and privileges to appoint members of the board of directors in public companies, which have losses for five consecutive years.
Transparency International Turkey’s Panel on Judiciary in the Fight against Corruption
Olgu Kama recently moderated a panel entitled “Judiciary in the Fight against Corruption” which was organized by Transparency International Turkey.
Airbus' sky-high settlement - Focus on global reach and collaboration in anti-corruption prosecutions
France, the United Kingdom, and the United States announced a settlement with Airbus SE (Airbus), the French aircraft manufacturer, in relation to bribery allegations and, in the US and France, export control v
Introduction - ESG is No Longer Optional
The first chapter of the “Understanding ESG Series,” examines the background and importance of the ESG concept.
New Turkish E-commerce Trust Badge in Use
The Communique on the E-Commerce Trust Badge, which has been in force since June 2017, now bears fruit: The first batch of online businesses start placing the trust badge on their websites in January 2020.
FinTech in Turkey: Overview
This Q&A is part of the global guide to FinTech.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: legal exposure for corporates
Many of our clients will be impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Delays and disruptions caused by fears about the virus have the potential to have major impacts on manufacturing and supply chains.