Vienna Stock Exchange

Vienna SE continues to attract international corporate bond issues

Two new bonds of the football club AC Milan started trading on the Vienna Stock Exchange today. The corporate bonds have a total issuing volume of EUR 12 million ... Read More
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Sullivan & Cromwell to open Brussels office with antitrust hire

Sullivan & Cromwell, the US corporate law firm, has poached a senior European competition lawyer to open its first new office in nearly two decades based in Brussels. Michael ... Read More
Emmanuel Macron

Emmanuel Macron has pledged to reduce taxation on companies to 25 percent

Emmanuel Macron, France’s president-in-waiting after a resounding poll victory Sunday, campaigned on a platform that combined unstinting support for the EU with tax cuts for business and a pledge ... Read More

Which are the fastest-growing companies in Europe?

Growth drives investor interest in start-ups everywhere, but the same is true of established companies. So which ones are growing the fastest? Big business deals in the billions. For ... Read More

Euronext launches a new thematic Index

Euronext and Vigeo Eiris today launched the CAC 40® Governance Index, a thematic index that rates companies in the Paris market’s benchmark CAC 40 index on their corporate governance ... Read More
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Domain name legal disputes hit record high

The number of legal disputes worldwide over domain names has reached a record high in the past year as companies fight off overseas cyber squatters. Analysis from EMW released ... Read More

ASIC reports on corporate finance regulation July to December 2016

ASIC has today published its sixth report on the regulation of corporate finance issues in Australia. The report, which covers the period July to December 2016, provides companies and ... Read More
Singapore Exchange

SGX consults public on dual class share structure

Singapore Exchange (SGX) is consulting the public on whether a dual class share (DCS) structure where certain shares have higher voting rights than others, should be introduced and if ... Read More
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Switzerland to vote on corporate tax unification

Swiss voters will vote next week on whether to reform corporate tax and remove the reduced tax rates that Switzerland currently grants to multinational firms Voters will be asked ... Read More

Israel issues largest ever Euro Bond offering on London Stock Exchange

Israel’s €2.25 billion 10 & 20 year government bonds start trading on London Stock Exchange today First non-European sovereign to issue a euro-denominated bond in 20 year tenor Euro-denominated ... Read More
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