Entrepreneurs’ Days, the flagship event series of the House of Entrepreneurship of the Chamber of Commerce of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, are back in a 100% digital format on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 June 2020.
On that occasion, Renaud LE SQUEREN will host a webinar in French on “Company Law and COVID-19: the holding of meetings, approval and filing-publication of annual and consolidated accounts” on Wednesday, 17 June 2020, from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
In the context of the current pandemic, the mandatory deadlines and formalities for the holding of general meetings by management bodies, the approval, filing-publication of accounts have been temporarily extended.
1 – Grand-Ducal Regulation of 20 March 2020 amended by the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 29 May 2020 introducing measures on the holding of meetings by companies and other legal persons (Règlement Grand-Ducal du 20 mars 2020 portant introduction des mesures concernant la tenue de réunions dans les sociétés et dans les autres personnes morales)
2 – Law of 12 May 2020 extending certain deadlines under financial sector sectoral laws (annual/consolidated accounts and various reports depending on whether the entity is subject to them) (Loi du 12 mai 2020 portant prorogation de certains délais dans les lois sectorielles du secteur financier)
3 – Law of 22 May 2020 extending deadlines for filing and publication of annual and consolidated accounts as well as the associated reports during the state of emergency (Loi du 22 mai 2020 portant prorogation des délais de dépôt et de publication des comptes annuels, des comptes consolidés et des rapports y afférents durant l’état de crise)
4 – Bill Number 7566 lodged on 21 Avril 2020, taken in parallel with the above-mentioned Law of 22 May 2020 aimed at extending the measures for the holding of meetings by companies and other legal persons beyond the end of the state of emergency
5 – Electronic signatures and their effects
6 – Repeal of the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 20 March 2020 after the entry into force of the law adoped from Bill 7566?