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FinTech in Turkey - a practical guide
Thomson Reuters Practical Law Institute, the guide provides a comprehensive overview of the financial services and FinTech sector in Turkey.
Impact of MLI on Turkey – The Netherlands Double Tax Treaty
A legislative proposal related to the Turkey-Dutch DTT currently pending before the Turkish Parliament, will replace “tax exemption” with “tax credit mechanism (deduction)” in the avoidance of double taxation.
SPACs - US and UK Trends for 2021
Norton Rose Fulbright partners Thomas Vita and Trevor Pinkerton recently wrote about SPAC trends in the UK as well as the main differences between US and UK SPACs.
Ministry of Treasury and Finance relaxes regime applicable to foreign currency denominated loans utilized by Turkish PPP project sponsors
In 2020, the Ministry of Treasury adopted amendments to the Capital Movements Circular to introduce a relaxed regime for project sponsors considering foreign currency denominated loans.
Registration fees for filing of security interests in the OHADA region: What Turkish companies need to know
It remains crucial for Turkish investors to obtain robust security interests in order to secure amounts invested by them.
Project Finance Newswire - LIBOR end may disrupt emerging market lending
LIBOR’s end is also likely to disrupt new foreign loans into emerging markets until new measures and practices are adopted by the relevant market participants.
Webinar recording: Brexit: Where have we got to and what should you do now?
Join Norton Rose Fulbright’s Financial services: Regulation tomorrow team for the latest in their series focusing on Brexit.
Equity-based crowdfunding is now a viable option in Turkey
Posted in Banking and finance
Following a set of legislative amendments, equity-based crowdfunding (where investors receive shares of the funded entity in return for their investment) is now possible under Turkish law.
CCJA Arbitration – 10 things Turkish investors should know when investing in West Africa
In West Africa, the OHADA provides for an arbitration institutionthe Cour Commune de Justice et d’Arbitrage (CCJA), based in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire.