Novelties in corporate issues during the state of alert caused by the coronavirus: Royal Decree Law 11/2020 of 31 March

As an update to my post Decalogue of corporate measures established during the state of alert caused by the Coronavirus, I hereby inform you of the amendments introduced by Royal Decree Law 11/2020, of 31 March, published in BOE on 1 April 2020, to the measures applicable to companies in the field of company law…

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Decalogue of corporate measures established during the state of alert caused by the Coronavirus

Regulations: On March 18, 2020, Royal Decree Law 8/2020 of March 17, on urgent extraordinary measures to deal with the economic and social impact of COVID-19 (“RDL 8/2020“) came into force. This Royal Decree-Law, among other things, set a series of measures that affect companies in the corporate sphere itself (ie. holding of general meetings…

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Remuneration of executive directors. Regarding the DGRN resolution dated October 31, 2018

Those of us who have the habit (I don’t know if healthy or unhealthy) of looking at the Official State Gazette at mid-morning on November 20, 2018, we had lunch with a new resolution from the Directorate General of Registries and Notaries (“DGRN“) dated October 31, 2018, this time concerning the remuneration of executive directors,…

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Amendment to the Capital Companies Act. Royal Decree-Law 15/2017, of 6 October, of urgent measures on the mobility of economic operators within the national territory

On October 7, 2017, Royal Decree-Law 15/2017, of 6 October, of urgent measures on the mobility of economic operators within the national territory (“RDL 1572017“) was published and entered into force. pursuant to which article 285 (2) of the consolidated text of the Capital Companies Act, approved by Royal Legislative Decree 1/2010, of 2 July,…

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Compensation of administrators: non-listed companies vs. listed companies

Regarding the compensation of administrators, the Spanish Capital Companies Act (“LSC”) establishes a general scheme applicable to all types of capital companies (sections 217 to 249 and 219 LSC), and a special scheme for listed companies (sections 529 sexdecies to 529 novodecies LSC), that are those public limited companies the shares of which are admitted…

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Decalogue of rights that you should know, as a shareholder of a company, face to holding a shareholders’ ordinary general meeting

What is the ordinary general meeting of shareholders? It is the meeting of shareholders to deliberate and approve, if applicable, the management of the company, the annual accounts of the previous financial year and the allocation of profits that must necessarily be held within the first six months of each financial year. Notwithstanding the above,…

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