Lawyers say investors remain resolute despite a summer of demonstrations in Istanbul and the impact of the Syrian conflict on Turkey’s border regions
The Turkish market’s resilience in these tough times is attracting a host of international players looking for local suitors
History is littered with what-might-have-beens.
Clifford Chance has formally launched its Istanbul office and is setting its stall out for M&A work. The move comes four months after first announcing the development.
Celebrations have broken out all over Turkey today as the land of dreaming turrets and scented nargile smoke can now also boast its very own magic circle law firm.
Dentons has boosted its presence in Istanbul with the hire of six lawyers and three economists specialising in competition.
CMS has launched an office in Istanbul, becoming the latest Western firm to establish a footprint in one of Europe’s fastest-growing economies.
DLA Piper has advised Coca-Cola Icecek, the Turkey-based international Coca-Cola bottler, in its inaugural offering of five-year bonds worth $500m.
Seda Akipek and Müjdem Aksoy of Cerrahoglu examine the implications of changes to Turkey’s commercial code that allow for electronic company meetings.O
The Court of Appeals has overruled an arbitration objection that stipulates that two Turkish companies should execute agreements in Turkey in Turkish.
Selen Ibrahimoglu Güres and Selman Koç from Cerrahoglu review corporate taxation policy in Turkey,
On 24 April the Turkish government submitted a bill to the Grand National Assembly proposing a tax amnesty that would allow taxpayers to declare offshore assets and pay a two per cent tax.
Turkey’s EMRA will grant the first ever solar energy licences after receiving applications between 10–14 June this year, for a maximum total capacity of 600MW in 27 regions.
The Turkish Competition Board (‘TCB’) recently amended the notification thresholds and rules relating to mergers and acquisitions.
Onur Gülsaran and Biricik Bengisu Dinc¸er of law firm Cerrahoglu discuss new principles in Turkish law governing the acquisition of immovable property by foreign investors.
The Turkish government has begun a programme of large projects done as public-private partnerships.
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