Compliance has been key in stopping the spread of COVID-19, but there is a fine line between compliance and complacency. If this line becomes blurred, what are the implications beyond the scope of the pandemic?
In July 2020, the Supreme Court of the Netherlands answered in its so-called Promontoria case ruling four preliminary questions in the context of the transferability of credit claims from banks to non-banks. The financial sector was on edge, but could breathe a sigh of relief after the judgment.
The implementation of an EU Framework for the screening of Foreign Direct Investments, the Act on Economy and National Security and several sector-specific laws befit this era and a world with geopolitical threats