The European Economic Interest Grouping is the only transnational legal instrument for co-operation between entrepreneurs in Europe. It’s flexible, unbureaucratic and offers many fiscal advantages.
European EEIG Information Centre
LIBERTAS – Europäisches Institut GmbH,
Hans-Jürgen Zahorka, Assessor jur.
Lindenweg 37, 72414 Rangendingen, Germany
Tel.: +49/7471/984996-0, Fax: +49/7471/984996-19
The European EEIG Information Centre has experience since 1991 in launching and consulting around 200 EEIGs all over Europe – as well as many seminars, own conferences and publications.
It is a loose alliance of lawyers, economists, taxation experts and entrepreneurs, within LIBERTAS – European Institute.
See also other information in the German version (multilingual material) under „EWIV“
Accountancy for EEIG – with the European EEIG Information Centre more…
EWIV/EEIG eJournal: Law, Taxation and Management of European Economic Interest Groupings
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Here we have information about the state of the legislation for a European Foundation (EU Draft Regulation from 5.2.2012).
EU Commission Draft Regulation (EN), 5.12.2012
Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.) on the EU Commission proposal for a Regulation on the Statute for a European Foundation (FE)
Feasibility Study on a European Foundation Statute for the EU Commission (University of Heidelberg) 2008
Comments on the Consultation Document on a possible statute for a European Foundation, November 2009
Statistics are not actualized any more since 7/2016. All SE’s can be downloaded under http://ted.europa.eu/ted