Readership: Essential reading for corporate and M&A lawyers throughout the EU/EEA and academics specialising in corporate law. Also of interest to international audit and notary firms, in-house lawyers and tax advisers.
Edited by Jérôme Vermeylen, Partner, Altius Tiberghien, Belgium, and Ivo Vande Velde, Associate, Altius Tiberghien, Belgium
Ivo Vande Velde is a senior tax lawyer at Tiberghien (in co-operation with ALTIUS) (www.tiberghien.com), a leading Belgian specialist tax-law firm. He practises at the Brussels Bar and is a graduate of the University of Antwerp (Lic. Jur., magna cum laude 1987) and of the Vlerick School of Management in Ghent (Master's degree in Tax Law, magna cum laude 1988). As a corporate tax lawyer, he specialises in M&A and domestic and cross-border corporate reorganisations. He has published several articles and other contributions on domestic and cross-border mergers and
divisions. He has given presentations at several seminars about the Belgian implementation of the Merger Tax Directive.
Jérôme Vermeylen is a partner at ALTIUS (in co-operation with Tiberghien) (www.altius.com), a leading independent Belgian law firm. He has practised at the Brussels Bar since 1997 and has studied at the University of Leuven, Belgium (Lic. Jur., cum laude 1995), the University of Amiens, France (Erasmus Exchange Programme, 1991), Queen Mary & Westfield College, University of London, UK (Erasmus Exchange Programme, 1994), the University of Tübingen and High Court of Düsseldorf, Germany (DAAD Special Programme in German Law, 1996), and the University of Brussels, Belgium (Special Degree in Corporate Law, cum laude 2000). Jérôme specialises in M&A, private equity, and corporate reorganisations. He has assisted numerous clients in relation to both domestic and cross-border
acquisitions, joint ventures, investments and reorganisations. Jérôme is a member of AIJA, the German-Belgian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce (Debelux), and the Belgo-Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BICC&I).
1.: Jérôme Vermeylen: The Cross-Border Merger Directive
2.: Directive Marie Brasseur and Jérôme Vermeylen: Cross-border mergers and reorganisations outside the Cross-Border Merger Directive
3.: Ivo Vande Velde: The EU Tax Framework for Cross-Border Reorganisations Within the EU
4.: Michael Tepass: Employee participation schemes and EU employment rules for cross-border reorganisations
5.: Jérôme Vermeylen, Ivo Vande Velde and Sven Demeulemeester: Cross-border reorganisations in Belgium
6.: David Neveselÿ, Jan Krejsa, Michaela ?ezníková and Michaela Riedlová: Cross-border reorganisations in the Czech Republic
7.: John R. Flanigan, Katell Deniel-Allioux, Sandra Hazan, Thierry Renaud de la Faverie: Cross-border Reorganisations in France
8.: Prof. Dr. Stefan Simon, Dr. Ingo Stangl, Dr. Daniel Rubner and Dr. Matthias Grundke: Cross-border reorganisations in Germany
9.: Mihály Barcza, József Bulcsú Fenyvesi, Zsolt Cselédi & Péter Havai: Cross-border reorganisations in Hungary
10.: Jennifer McCarthy, Ian Moore & Paul Fahy: Cross-border reorganisations in Ireland
11.: Rosario Zaccà and Luciano Acciari: Cross-border reorganisations in Italy
12.: Pit Reckinger, Léon Gloden and Dirk Richter: Cross-border reorganisations in Luxembourg
13.: Hugo Reumkens, Ewout van Asbeck and Els de Wind: Cross-border reorganisations in the Netherlands
14.: Marek Wroniak, Ewa Slezak, Agnieszka Szczodra-Hajduk, Grzegorz Barszcz, Julia Walicka, Andrzej Debiec and Joanna Fiema: Cross-border reorganisations in Poland
15.: Ignacio Corbera Dale, Misi Borras and Francisco Lavandera: Cross-border reorganisations in Spain
16.: Per Hedman, Jonatan Söderkvist, Johanna Nilsson, Anna Romell Stenmark and Anna Lewander: Cross-border reorganisations in Sweden
17.: Nick Parden, Bernard Wall, Elizabeth Slattery, Jo Broadbent, Karen Hughes and Peter Owen: Cross-border reorganisations in the UK