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Allen & Overy:
It is with great pride that Ginkgo Solutions opens the doors of its brand new centre "The City by Ginkgo" in the very lively Avenue Pasteur in Limpertsberg: generous glass roofs, bright and comfortable work and meeting spaces, stylish and elegant decoration ... everything is thought out with care, anticipation and creativity.
The founders and management team of Avega are pleased to announce they have successfully concluded an MBO. The transaction results in Avega remaining 100% owned by its management, allowing it to continue building on the firm’s proven fundamentals - enabling private equity houses to establish their European investments, providing services throughout the whole life cycle while emphasising a personal focus on clients’ needs.
The UK Border and Protocol Delivery Group (BPDG) invite you to join this webinar in which we will discuss the border / procedural formalities required for moving goods from GB to the EU / from the EU to GB via non short straits locations to and from the Netherlands and Belgium. The UK experts will be joined by officials from Belgium and the Netherlands.