Seminar

Claw back seminar

Claw back seminar

Claw back seminar

06.03.2014

The Claw Back Act came into effect on 1 January 2014 and applies particularly to public limited companies organized under the laws of the Netherlands ("NVs").

The Claw Back Act (available in the Dutch language only) came into effect on 1 January 2014 and applies particularly to public limited companies organized under the laws of the Netherlands ("NVs"). The two most important elements of the Claw Back Act are the ‘bonus rule’ and the ‘corporate transaction rule’.

During the claw back seminar on 6 March 2014, we talked about the implications of the introduction of this Act and the questions associated.

For more information, please send an e-mail to: seminar@stibbe.com.

(This seminar was held in Dutch only)

Chairman: Barbara Bier, counsel at Stibbe and professor corporate law and corporate governance at the Nyenrode Business University.


Speakers:

  • Fons Leijten, partner corporate litigation at Stibbe
  • Jeroen Fleming, partner corporate litigation at Stibbe
  • Paul Vestering, partner employment, pensions and incentives at Stibbe
  • Michael Molenaars, partner tax at Stibbe

Team

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