Imagine if you ran a small engineering company and decided to open an account with a bank which you used for several years in ordinary commercial business, only to find that its operations were then terminated. Not only that, but your account was frozen as the bank in question was accused by the US government […]
According to Deloitte, Turkish M&A hit the $10.3bn mark in 2017 with nearly 300 transactions – a Y-o-Y increase of 41% by total value. Foreign investors accounted for a 53% market share in deals that were announced.
Recent events have not been good for Turkey. Following an impressive 7.4% growth in GDP last year, the country entered into a crisis in August when investors became concerned about structural imbalances in the economy: the Turkish lira reached a record low against the dollar, losing a quarter of its value in a fortnight and, […]
Daniel Glasl is a busy man. As Switzerland’s best-known privacy lawyer, his clients are often in the media spotlight although he spends much of his time protecting their reputations by trying to keep them out of it. His latest client, Roman Abramovich, is a man who routinely attracts considerable media attention – whether he likes […]