The Create and Grow Law is a boost for small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) in Spain, designed to remove obstacles to economic activities, reduce late payment practices in business transactions, and provide financial support for business growth.
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Having graduated with a Law degree, Rosario Rodríguez specialises in business law and company formation in Spain. Working languages: Spanish, French and English. For any query Contact Rosario Rodríguez
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The Board of Directors may appoint from its members a managing director and delegate to him all powers permitted by law. The following article describes the appointment procedure and details his or her powers according to Spanish law.
Spanish capital companies must submit their annual accounts to the General Meeting for approval and file them before the Commercial Registry. The entry into force of RD 2/2021 on 1/2/2021 opens the door to apply the sanction regime for failure to do so in due time.
The Cash Pooling agreement facilitates the financial operations of companies, especially when operating in different countries. It allows a daily set of automatic inter-company loans to optimize the group’s global position, obtaining a single balance for each bank with which it operates.
We analyze the numerous judgements of the High Court regarding the existence or not of transfer of undertaking when a company acquires a productive unit of another company in the liquidation phase of the insolvency proceedings.
In times of crisis, companies may find themselves in a legal cause for dissolution. In this article, we analyse when they should initiate a bankruptcy proceeding and when they should opt for the dissolution and liquidation of the company.
During the insolvency proceeding, the so-called ‘Sixth Section’, if opened, will determine whether or not the bankruptcy is negligent, as well as the liability of the company directors. We analyse if it is possible to attribute this liability to the parent company.
Following the decree of the State of Alarm, the Spanish Government has approved a package of measures on labour Law (by easing the suspension of employment contracts) and insolvency Law, in order that companies can better cope with their lack of liquidity.
The Sole Additional Provision of the Law 10/2010 of 28 April establishes a new requirement to register on the Commercial Registry. This requirement extends to all professionals providing certain services to companies, whether natural or legal persons.
The Spanish Ministry of Industry and Competitiveness has suspended the Franchisor Registraty in Spain and thus, the obligation for all franchisors to register. This Registry was used as an information mechanism to keep track of the existence of franchises and their development in Spain.