The Italian State as Majority Shareholder

D.r. Francesco Cuccu, Università degli Studi de Sassari, Giurisprudenza, Italy

This event is open for everyone, including students.

State-owned companies pervaded Italian capitalism since last century first decades.

In spite of regulation instructing Public Authorities to liquidate or sell their stakes, the number of State-owned companies is always increasing.

Along with the increase in the number  of State-owned companies there has also been, especially in the last decade, a significant  proliferation of related rules and regulations, including wholly-owned State enterprises. This phenomenon has produced a very complex legal framework, which  makes it very difficult to determine the nature of the company, and, as a result, its legal regime. A problem especially perceived for the dynamic phenomenon of the in house providing companies, as proved by some recent sentences delivered by Italian Supreme Court.



Coffee, tea and fresh fruit will be served.
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Published May 4, 2015 3:25 PM - Last modified May 6, 2015 3:37 PM