Our sixth annual BBBA Tax & Regulatory Update will take place online (Zoom) on 1 February, 2022, 3:00 - 5:30 PM (BG time).


  • How to Fund Your Business Using Crypto /Legal Aspects of an ICO/ (Angel Buzalov, Managing Partner, Buzalov and Chanova Law Firm)

  • Mobility of People Between Bulgaria and UK - The impact of Brexit continues being significant now that the UK is a third country outside of the EU. The new rules create challenges for the mobility of people between Bulgaria and the UK. What are the hot topics regarding immigration, personal tax and social security? We will help you find out. (Nikola Seymenov, Manager Global Employer Services, Deloitte)

  • EU Whistleblower Directive and its Transposition into the Bulgarian Domestic Legislation - Where does the transposition of the EU Whistleblower's Protection Directive stands and what changes it will cause in the corporate culture in Bulgaria. (Julian Mihov, Forensic Services Leader Bulgaria, PWC)

  • Cross-border Disputes Involving the UK and Bulgaria (Kamen Shoylev, Managing Partner, New Balkans Law Office)

  • IP focus on UK / US Venture Capital in Bulgaria - There has been a significant increase in UK/US venture capital investments in Bulgaria in the last couple of years. This presentation highlights some of the IPR and structuring topics that result in differences of expectations between investors and entrepreneurs, with a view to helping Bulgarian founders understand and bridge those transaction gaps, improve valuation and reach deal closure. (Richard Clegg, Partner, Wolf Theiss)

  • Recent Trends in Antitrust Law Enforcement - In 2021, the Commission on Protection of the Competition (the “CPC”) with two separate decisions sanctioned two suppliers of children’s products and clothes for establishing and maintaining a retail price fixing mechanisms. The common between these two decisions is that the authority built its conclusions mainly on the unilateral conduct of the suppliers and did not engage in extensive analysis whether the retailers adhered and even whether they were duly informed that such mechanism existed, and they should follow it. Although similar approach is not unknown even for the European Commission, it seems that the CPC has made one more step and based its conclusions predominantly on an unilateral conduct without paying too much attention to the bilateral or the multilateral character of the infringement under article 15 of the Protection of the Competition Act (the Bulgarian version of Art 101 of the TFEU). (Vladislav Antonov, Senior Associate, DGKV)

This event is for you if you are a decision maker in your company as it will give a short overview of business related regulatory changes from top experts.

Attendance is free of charge but requires registration.

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