Alicia Sánchez on Participation Rights of Shareholders in Spanish Listed Companies: The Transposition into Spanish Law of Directive 2007/36/EC (PDF)
On 1 August 2011, Spain amended its companies law (Ley de Sociedades de Capital) to accord with European Union law. EU Directives aim to strengthen shareholder's rights in listed companies and to ensure cross border participation rights among EU countries.
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On 1 August 2011, Spain amended its companies law (Ley de Sociedades de Capital) to accord with European Union law. EU Directives aim to strengthen shareholder's rights in listed companies and to ensure cross border participation rights among EU countries. By transposing the Directive into Spanish law through Act 25/2011, Spain recognizes the same rights for European shareholders in Spanish listed companies.
Alicia Sanchez is an associate with Araoz & Rueda in its Corporate/Mergers and Acquisitions department. She regularly speaks at seminars and conferences on corporate and commercial law. Ms. Sanchez is co-author of a paper on the execution of a pledge over shares, published in the last edition of the Litigation Yearbook.
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