D&I webinaari – Mitä minun pitäisi tietää yrityskauppavalvonnasta vuonna 2023?

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24 Jan

2023

Dittmar & Indrenius > Insight > D&I webinaari – Mitä minun pitäisi tietää yrityskauppavalvonnasta vuonna 2023?

Webinaarissa käydään läpi yrityskauppavalvonnan vuosi 2022 ja luodaan katsaus tulevaan.
D&I:n Senior Associate Jussi Koivusalo käsittelee yrityskauppojen ilmoitusvelvollisuuden määrittävien uusien liikevaihtorajojen taustan, uuden ilmoituspohjan tärkeimmät piirteet, viime vuoden keskeisimmät tapaukset sekä näistä kerättävissä olevat opit.

Saat vastaukset muun muassa seuraaviin kysymyksiin:

  • Milloin yrityskauppa on ilmoitettava Kilpailu- ja kuluttajavirastolle?
  • Miten uudet liikevaihtorajat muuttavat ilmoitusvelvollisuuden arviointia?
  • Miten uusi ilmoituspohja muuttaa ilmoituksen valmistelua?
  • Minkälaisiin kilpailuvaikutuksiin KKV kiinnittää huomiota tulevaisuudessa?

Tervetuloa mukaan!

Jos et ole saanut kutsua tilaisuuteen ja haluaisit osallistua, voit olla yhteydessä: [email protected]

 

 

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