2021-03-23

Real estate company tax revolution

The beginning of 2021 welcomed us with a new definition of a real estate company within the Corporate Income Tax (CIT) Act. Along with the new business type, the legislator introduced additional obligations for such a company and its partners. What do you need to know about real estate companies according to new regulations?

Author: BC Advanced Solutions Sp. z o.o.

Type: Articles
2021-03-11

Report: Law and the automotive sector

The automotive industry is going through tough times. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a sharp drop in car sales (except for electric and hybrid vehicles). This isn’t the only challenge facing companies from this sector. In this publication Wardyński & Partners discuss legal aspects of vital importance to the entire automotive industry.

Author: Wardyński & Partners

Type: Reports
2021-03-08

Redefining the workplace – the future of the office and how you can prepare

Just as societies and cultures change over time, so does the way we look at labor, how we work and the offices we use. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many have been compelled to work from home, whether they wanted to or were even prepared for it. It’s been described as a global experiment in remote working and the effects are starting to show. By interviewing and gaining the insights of professionals all over Europe, Kinnarps has identified the challenges, needs and opportunities this new reality has created - these are now presented in a new whitepaper.

Author: Kinnarps

Type: Reports
2021-02-26

Brexit: The Polish parliament has passed legislation regulating the run off of insurance contracts concluded by UK insurers

On 19 February 2021, the Senate (upper house) passed the Act amending the Act on Trading in Financial Instruments and Certain Other Acts (the "Act"), which introduces long-awaited rules for the run off of UK insurers' policies following Brexit.

Author: Domański Zakrzewski Palinka sp. k.

Type: Articles
2021-02-19

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Type: Articles
2021-02-17

Blockchain – a revolution in the financial sector?

Will blockchain technology revolutionise the financial industry? By 2025, the value of the global blockchain market is forecast to exceed USD 21 billion, and 10% of global GDP is likely to be stored in blockchain, with more and more economic sectors opting to use this technology, including the financial sector. Polish banks are rapidly embracing this new technology and already working on further implementations.

Author: Kochański & Partners

Type: Articles
2021-02-12

Covid hurt bilateral UK-Polish trade more than Brexit in 2020

BPCC’s Chief Advisor comments on 2020 UK-Polish trade

Author: BPCC

Type: Articles
2021-02-15

Tax aspects of UK–EU trade in goods which should be considered after Brexit

Although the UK formally left the European Union on 31 January 2020, thanks to the transition period, for businesses and consumers Brexit really took effect on 1 January 2021 when the UK withdrew from the single European market and Customs Union.

Author: Katarzyna Adamowicz, head of tax, KR Group

Type: Articles
2020-04-22

Dentons launches 2020 edition of its ‘Investing in renewable energy projects in Europe’ guide

As we start a new decade, the forces shaping the European renewables sector are familiar enough, but the longer-term future in each market is becoming harder to predict.

Author: Dentons

Type: Reports
2020-03-25

Dispute resolution during a pandemic time

How to resolve disputes when the courts are not functioning? Where to go for help regarding a business dispute at this particular time? What about disputes which are already pending in court?

Author: Taylor Wessing

Type: Articles