Roundtable

16 December 2016: Stibbe organizes a roundtable for listed companies

16 December 2016: Stibbe organizes a roundtable for listed companies

16 December 2016: Stibbe organizes a roundtable for listed companies

12.12.2016 NL law

On Friday 16 December, Stibbe will host the annual roundtable on trends and points of attention for listed companies regarding the preparation of annual reports and the general shareholders meeting.

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