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Conference on

Company Law in the Digital Age

Adapting company law and corporate governance to the digital world

Brussels, 2 October 2015

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Digitalisation is one of the top priorities of the Juncker Commission and a policy package on the Digital Single Market was presented by the Commission in May 2015. The Green Paper on Capital Markets Union (published in February 2015) also recognized digitalisation as one of the key drivers for integration of capital markets.

European and national company law needs to keep pace with technological developments, to ensure that companies, citizens and authorities fully benefit from the possibilities offered by the Digital Age. The Commission is therefore planning to look into existing rules in this field to assess to what extent they integrate the benefits of digital technologies.

Possible future initiatives for the digitalisation of company law and corporate governance could cover a number of areas such as: online registration of companies; electronic submission of documents; electronic voting systems for companies' stakeholders; digital solutions to allow access to more meaningful and comprehensive information on European companies and their structures. The conference is expected to provide an important input into this work.

The conference aims to bring together relevant stakeholders to discuss recent developments, remaining problems and necessary changes as regards digitalisation of company law and corporate governance. The event will include presentations on existing practices and experiences, and will be an opportunity to exchange concrete ideas for future work at EU level in this area.


The event is open to:

  • Member State representatives
  • Representatives of EU, international and national organisations of stakeholders who would be affected by digitalisation of company law and corporate governance (organisations representing businesses, employees, investors, chanbers of commerce, etc.)
  • Representatives of EU institutions





Charlemagne building
Rue de la Loi, 170
1040 Brussels

Public transport:
Metro station “Schuman”
(lines 1 and 5)

Train station “Bruxelles-Schuman” or “Bruxelles-Luxembourg”

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