Tag: margarit & associates

Radu Pavel, Romanian lawyer specialized in investment’s securities: 5 tips to protect the capital invested in a Romanian company

If an investor or a shareholder wants to invest in a Romanian company and receive a subsequent profit, he will provide a loan to that company. In this respect, it may be concluded a loan agreement or prepayment agreement. But these sort of agreements do not guarantee the security of the investment.  In order to […]

How can a Romanian insolvent company best value its asset

Romanian companies that have opened insolvency proceedings need liquidity to continue their business. One of the methods to obtain the necessary amounts is to capitalize the assets through sale by direct negotiation method, regulated by Romanian insolvency law nr. 85/2014. A Romanian lawyer specialized in restructuring and insolvency can help a company maximize the income […]

ANAF charges more and more company managers for the losses that society generates. Over 6,000 people received notifications from ANAF in 2016 (exclusive statistics)

The Romanian National Agency for Tax Administration has issued thousands of notifications against the persons considered responsible for the insolvency/insolvability of certain companies. These persons are managers, administrators of those companies and other categories who have had various business relationships with the debtor. Some of these actions can be challenged in Court, with high chances […]

Pavel, Mărgărit & Associates Romanian Law Firm is one of the best law firms in Romania, according to the famous guide IFLR1000, 2019 edition

Pavel, Margarit & Associates Romanian Law Firm is one of the best law firms in Romania, according to International Financial Law Review 2019 (IFLR1000 Financial and Corporate Guide), one of the most prestigious law firms guide around the world that ranks law firms with a lot of expertise in Financial and Corporate area.   The […]

What is the required documentation for the opening of insolvency proceedings at debtor’s initiative

A company is insolvent if it fails to pay the debt to a creditor within 60 days of maturity. Law no. 85/2014, also called the insolvency law, imposes a value of the debt threshold for which insolvency can be claimed, namely 40,000 lei.   The insolvency procedure is based on an application submitted by the […]