This article reviews the new Nasdaq listing rules relating to board diversity and disclosure that were approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission on August 6, 2021.
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Ports and terminals play a central role in global trade, in both developed and emerging markets. With a wealth of specialist maritime and infrastructure experience, both on a global and local basis, we understand the key industry drivers and commercial perspectives of every participant in the market.
We advise on the acquisition, disposal, investment, development, operation and financing of ports and terminals dove tailing our deep sector knowledge with our expertise in local regulatory frameworks.
Our clients include governments and national port authorities, port and terminal operators, shipping lines, investors, lenders and port users.
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All German companies will soon have to report on their ownership structures to the German Transparency Register as a new law has abolished simplifications that previously applied to the majority of companies.
On 10 June 2021, the German Parliament (Bundestag) adopted the Act on the Implementation of the Digitalisation Directive (Gesetz zur Umsetzung der Digitalisierungsrichtlinie, DiRUG) of the European Union, setting the framework for the online formation and registration of branches of new businesses in Germany.