3 edition of Merger control in Switzerland found in the catalog.
Merger control in Switzerland
Includes bibliographical references (p. 55-73).
|Statement||by Urs Lehmann, Rolf Watter.|
|Series||Swiss commercial law series ;, v. 7|
|LC Classifications||KKW3248 .L44 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||00309586|
Merger control refers to the procedure of reviewing mergers and acquisitions under antitrust / competition law. Over nations worldwide have adopted a regime providing for merger control. National or supernational competition agencies such as the EU European Commission or the US Federal Trade Commission are normally entrusted with the role of reviewing mergers. Currently, merger control in Hong Kong is limited to transactions where one undertaking directly or indirectly holds a "carrier licence" within the meaning of section 2(1) of the Telecommunications Ordinance (Chapter , Laws of Hong Kong).As of 14 December , the applicable merger control rules are contained in Schedule 7 of the Competition Ordinance.
subsidiaries or branches in Switzerland. Since neither the Cartel Act nor the Merger Control Ordinance contain rules on how Swiss turnover shall be allocated, the ComCo applies Art. 5 (1) EC Merger Regulation11 by analogy In terms of this practice, the Merger Control Communication outlines that turnover (for the sale of goods and for the. Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom Merger control law and regulation in Lithuania. Table of contents Non-full function joint ventures are excluded from the Lithuanian merger control regime. Up to date as of 1 September Euro exchange rate as of 1 September
Integrating an economic perspective on merger control with a legal perspective throughout, this is a comprehensive reference work on merger control in the EU. Each chapter includes an analysis of the economic methods that have been employed in merger cases or that can be employed in merger assessment, such as merger simulation and critical loss. Mergers, Merger Control, and Remedies is foremost an economics book. But it has a high readability factor for non-economist antitrust practitioners and policy makers. This derives largely from Kwoka's seamless and intuitive linking of empirics, to valuable insight into observed agency outcomes, to implications for merger policy.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Merger control in Switzerland is governed by the Federal Act on Cartels and Other Restraints of Competition (CartA) and the Merger Control Ordinance (MCO). These competition regulations came into force on 1 July and were first revised in Swiss merger control is mainly governed by the Federal Act on Cartels and Other Restrictions of Competition as well as the Ordinance on the Control.
Describing around 50 national and regional merger control regimes, this book provides an excellent illustration for the deep proliferation of merger control worldwide.
This proliferation of merger regimes and the related internationalisation of merger review is a positive development. The Q&A gives a high level overview of merger control, regulatory framework and regulatory authorities, relevant triggering events and thresholds in Switzerland.
It also covers notification requirements, procedures and timetables, publicity and confidentiality, third party rights, substantive test, remedies, penalties, appeals, joint ventures and proposals for reform. by Nicolas Birkhäuser, Niederer Kraft & Frey Ltd A Q&A guide to merger control in Switzerland.
The Q&A gives a high level overview of merger control, regulatory framework and regulatory authorities, relevant triggering events and thresholds in Switzerland. Merger Control Switzerland. Although by no means a substitute for seeking advice from experienced merger control counsel, this book provides clear and practical answers to most of the fundamental questions faced by any company involved in a transaction that requires merger control filings.
The reader will find this book to be a. undertakings subject to merger control: • Statutory merger of two or more previously independent undertakings. • Acquisition of control over one or more previously independent undertakings or parts of undertakings through any transaction, in particular the acquisition of an equity interest or the conclusion of an agreement.
• (joint venture). Switzerland: Merger Control Laws and Regulations ICLG - Merger Control Laws and Regulations - Switzerland covers common issues in merger control laws and regulations – including relevant authorities and legislation, notification and its impact on the transaction timetable, remedies, appeals and enforcement and substantive assessment – in 55 jurisdictions.
The Swiss merger control regime is distinct from other regimes in mainly three aspects: 1) high thresholds regarding the filing obligation, which leads to a relatively small number of merger control cases; 2) high thresholds for the intervention of the Competition Commission (“ComCo”), which is the reason for only a few prohibited mergers to date; and 3) the relationship with the EU merger control regime.
The Merger Control guide provides expert legal commentary on the key issues for businesses with competition matters. The guide covers the important developments in the most significant jurisdictions. Last Updated: J Law and Practice locations.
The Switzerland Chapter to Mergers & Acquisitions deals with issues relating to Provides essential insights into the current legal issues, readers with expert analysis of legal, economic and policy developments with the world's leading lawyers.
Catriona Hatton, Yves Comtois & Andrea Hamilton (Editors) As gun jumping comes to the forefront of antitrust enforcement in a number. of important jurisdictions, this book is a timely and helpful guide for both in-house and outside counsel involved in cross-border transactions.
The Mergers Working Group (“MWG”) of the of the Antitrust Committee of the International Bar Association has formulated a Author: Yves Comtois, Catriona Hatton, Andrea L. Hamilton. What legislation applies to the control of mergers. The main laws governing merger decisions are the EU Merger Regulation (/) and the Implementing Regulation (/), as amended by.
The Merger Control ReviewThe Merger Control Review Law Business Research Chapter 36 SWITZERLAND. Pascal G Favre and Patrick Sommer Chapter 37 TAIWAN book provides an overview of the process in 43 jurisdictions, as well as a discussion of.
Slovakia: Merger Control Laws and Regulations ICLG - Merger Control Laws and Regulations - Slovakia covers common issues in merger control laws and regulations – including relevant authorities and legislation, notification and its impact on the transaction timetable, remedies, appeals and enforcement and substantive assessment – in 55 jurisdictions.
Overview. Merger control is regulated in the Federal Act on Cartels and other Restraints of Competition (Cartel Act, Kartellgesetz) and the Ordinance on the Control of Concentrations of Undertakings (Merger Control Ordinance “MCO”, Verordnung über die Kontrolle von Unternehmenszusammenschlüssen).
The main enforcement authority is the Swiss Competition Commission (ComCo, Wettbewerbskommission). The Merger Control Review - Edit As this book evidences, today almost all competition authorities have a notification process in place – with most requiring pre-merger notification for transactions that meet certain prescribed minimum thresholds.
Switzerland The write-off of participations is generally tax-deductible, but the shareholder is required to revalue qualifying participations (shareholding with a share quote of at least 10 percent) up to the initial book value if the fair market value is going to increase.
Tax attributes In case of an asset deal, the acquirer cannot use the tax. Find here an overview of the main merger control rules in Switzerland and in all European countries. The rules are explained in each case by reference to specific questions. Browser support. We have detected you are using an older version of Internet Explorer that could cause visual issues on.
Public mergers and acquisitions in Switzerland: overviewby Frank Gerhard, Hansjürg Appenzeller and Daniel Hasler, Homburger Related Content Law stated as at 01 Dec • SwitzerlandA Q&A guide to public mergers and acquisitions law in country-specific Q&A looks at current market activity; the regulation of recommended and hostile bids; pre-bid formalities, including due.Merger control is the third pillar of EU competition law.
At EU level the Commission plays the central role in the control of concentrations. Subject to judicial review by the General Court and the ECJ the Commission decides whether a merger notified by the interested parties may be implemented.
Under Swiss law, the acquisition of a business may be structured as a mere share deal, a mere asset deal or – according to the Merger Act – a statutory merger, demerger or bulk transfer.
This article outlines the private law aspects of private statutory mergers and distinguishes between domestic and cross-border statutory mergers.