Corporate law after Brexit

Michael Schillig on Oxford Business Law Blog

“The safest option for UK incorporated companies that have their central administration in real seat countries is to convert into a company form of another Member State prior to Brexit taking effect”

See post here.

Author: Joeri Vananroye

Professor of economic analysis of law (KU Leuven), attorney (Quinz)

1 thought on “Corporate law after Brexit”

  1. It’s interesting to see how different government regulations can affect corporate law. It seems like it would be extremely important in order to protect your assets. I can definitely see how it could also be useful when it comes to mergers as well.

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