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The first reference to the issue of the amortization of capital dates, back, to 1920 – in the original text of the previous Law on Sociétés Anonymes (: Law 2190/1920). The Patriarch of the Law of Sociétés Anonymes I. Passias in the first volume of his monumental work (“The Law of the Société Anonyme”) referred […]Continue reading

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Preferred shares (as a means of attracting investment funds) The notion of heroism is connected to our thinking, on a first level, with battlefields and national struggles – it is well known what Winston Churchill said to this respect for the heroes and the Greeks. But true heroes are also those of everyday life-those of the […]Continue reading

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Redeemable shares as a business financing tool It is clear that companies lacking the necessary liquidity are looking for sources of external financing. The banking system has always chosen to attract (and lend) companies that have little or no funding needed – especially in times of recession. Alternatively, a solution for companies is their capital […]Continue reading

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1.Introductory The liability insurance of the members of the board of directors of the Société Anonyme and of its executives is referred to in the international practice as “Directors’ and Officers’ liability insurance” or “D & Os liability insurance”. This insurance covers the damages of such persons: (a) arising from claims against them raised by […]Continue reading

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