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Balcıoğlu Selçuk Akman Keki (BASEAK) has strengthened its presence with a maritime law team of four.
The firm has appointed Gülistan Baltacı and Semih Sander as partners to its maritime law group. They are also joined by two lawyers.
Too big to fail in Turkey
A new banking regulation, “Systemically Important Banks” (the Regulation), has come into force upon its publication in the Turkish Trade Registry Gazette on 23 February 2016.
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Following our numerous publications on competition law and economics, the Competition and Regulation Department of Balcıoğlu Selçuk Akman Keki Attorney Partnership herein sheds light on Rebate Systems, an area in which we specialize. Read more
The past year staged many developments in technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) in Turkey. Long-awaited personal data protection law was enacted and new regulations were adopted for the rapidly growing e-commerce market. In addition to those developments, a significant progress has been achieved through a transition to a new generation mobile communication technology, named as 4.5G. This transition has not only accelerated the data transmission speed but also increased the consolidation in the telecommunications market. In addition to these developments, positive signals have emerged in digital TV broadcasting market and in electronic payments sector. Read more
The public private partnership (PPP) is one of the investment models recently used notably in the healthcare sector in Turkey, with the aim of ensuring better and qualified infrastructure service in that sector as well as in other sectors. Since PPP contracts are long term contracts, and there are several structural differences between the parties from the point of investment and operational approach, a correct understanding by practitioners as well as decision makers regarding how to implement PPPs is extremely important. Read more
The demand for high quality public services, particularly with respect to health care, is growing rapidly in Turkey. This demand will only accelerate given the growing expectations of Turkey’s increasingly modern and sophisticated population. To satisfy this booming demand, the private sector—with its often superior access to resources, including financial, and its use of international best practices—is increasingly being tapped by the Turkish government to assist it in the provision of these public services. Read more
Within the past year, 2015, many developments were staged ranging from legislative works to sector reports, precedent setting decisions to approximately 25 new investigations. 2015 was full of firsts for the competition law world; an M&A transaction was prohibited for the first time in history and many new types of infringements were evaluated before the Turkish Competition Authority. Read more
During 2015 the daily commercial decisions and behaviors of dominant firms were closely monitored by the Turkish Competition Authority. In particular, the pricing/exclusivity/rebate systems practices of firms operating in the FMCG industry were investigated by the Turkish Competition Authority. Read more
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