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Kübra Memis-Saginci Candidate civil law notary Corporate law

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Kübra has been with Dirkzwager since 2021 and works in the Corporate Law notarial practice department as a candidate civil law notary. Her work concerns advising in the area of general corporate law practice with respect to, among others, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, restructurings and (cross-border) mergers and demergers. 


2021 Candidate civil law notary, Dirkzwager
Companies Directors’ and officers’ (D&O) liability , Compliance & Governance, Financing and security, Mergers and acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Business law and company law, Participating interests, Valorisation Corporate law in general, Corporate Governance, Directors’ and officers’ (D&O) liability, Restructuring, Mergers & Acquisitions Dirkzwager - Velperpoort
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6824 BZ Arnhem

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2019 2020 LL.M Notarial Law, Radboud University Nijmegen
2015 2019 LL.B Notarial Law, Radboud University Nijmegen


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Restructuring within Europe made easier: EU Mobility Directive comes into effect from 1 September 2023

On 1 September 2023, the EU Mobility Directive will be implemented by means of the adopted legislative proposal. The EU Mobility Directive creates one European framework for cross-border legal mergers, divisions and conversions ("cross-border operation"). Under current law, such cross-border operations are possible, but only a cross-border legal merger is laid down in Book 2 of the Dutch Civil Code. Cross-border divisions and conversions derive their legal force from European legislation and case law.