Fabian Demicoli

Seminar on Late Payments:Businesses urged to attend


The
Seminar will focus on:The
understanding  of  the scope and objectives of the EU Directive
2011/7/EU on combating late payment in commercial transactions and its
transposition to Maltese law by LN277/2012.The legal rights, benefits and
limitations of this Directive for the Maltese business community in
business-to-business and business-to-government commercial transactions.

The
Maltese credit environment and the implementation of the Directive 2011/7/EU in
Malta.

Delegates
will be provided with Conference literature, Free Parking on first come first
served  basis and Networking light lunch.

Fees:
This seminar is sponsored by the European Commission Representation in Malta
and  there is no charge for participants.

Thursday
14th Februaury 2013    

 –    
13.30-17.00pm     –    

Grand
Hotel Excelsior, Floriana

 

You
are to send your interest on by not later than 12th February 2013.
Instruction on how to register is available on www.macm.org.mt.

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