AMSTERDAM AND BERLIN – 27 June 2022 – Dr. Robert Hardy, LLM (Local Partner, Amsterdam), Dr. Christoph Enaux, LLM (Partner, Berlin) and Dr. Lucas Wüsthof (Senior Associate, Berlin) from Greenberg Traurig, LLP authored a Practice Note setting out the legal regime governing foreign direct investments in Germany. The article was originally published on Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
The Note sets out the legal framework governing foreign direct investments (FDI) in Germany. It describes:
- Key legislation regulating such investments.
- Types of transactions that are subject to regulation.
- Roles and powers of the relevant regulatory authorities.
- Penalties for non-compliance.
- Practical implications for private M&A transactions.
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