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    Italy opens its doors to Halal tourism

    Italy opens its doors to Halal tourism

    Our latest contribution on Islamic Finance News, Volume 18, Issue 29 – dated 21st July 2021.

    Halal tourism has become in recent years a point of reference for many countries around the world, both Muslims and non-Muslims.

    Italy is taking initiatives to open its doors to Halal tourism after seeing the big opportunity it represents in attracting a new style of tourism by connecting people and cultures.

    As a consequence, Italy has implemented many instruments to show support to the cause.

    Find the answers and considerations on these issues by our Managing partner Stefano Loconte

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    Rischi fiscali, modelli complici

    Parola d’ordine per le imprese: compliance integrata anche sul piano fiscale. Come illustrato dai nostri professionisti, il Prof. Stefano Loconte e l’Avv. Giulia Maria Mentasti per Italia Oggi 7 a commento delle nuove Linee Guida di Confindustria per la costruzione dei modelli organizzativi, tale approccio consente di individuare preventivamente i processi a rischio reato tributario e non incorrere nella responsabilità di cui al d.lgs. 231/2001. Agevolate le imprese che abbiamo già adottato il cosiddetto Tax control framework (Tcf), con cui i modelli 231 presentano plurime analogie.

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    Chambers 2021 Private Guide
    Chambers 2021 – Ranked Individuals “Private Wealth Law”

    Our Managing and Founding Partner, Prof. Stefano Loconte, has been ranked again by Chambers and Partners HNW 2021 Guide among one of the best Private Wealth Law Lawyers in Italy.

    We congratulate with him and the all team for this huge success and the continuous hard work.

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    Mondaq: Private Client -Italy

    We are pleased to inform you that Loconte&Partners Italian Private Client chapter is now live on Mondaq – Comparative Guides with the aim of providing an overview on some of the key points of law and practice, allowing readers to compare regulatory environments and laws across multiple jurisdictions.

     

    Our Managing Partner Stefano Loconte and our Junior Associate Beatrice Molteni have given their contribution to describe the legislative provisions that govern the Italian Private Client matters.

     

    Please, have a look of the Italian Private chapter on https://www.mondaq.com/Guides/Subject/32?country_id=106 !

     

    Guidelines from the Italian National Council of Notaries

    Guidelines from the Italian National Council of Notaries – Our latest contribution on IFN Volume 18 Issue 22 dated the 2nd June 2021 ifnforums

     

    The National Council of Notaries has shown concerns through the publication of an official document (approved on the 13th January 2021) in which it provides pills of knowledge on some of the fundamental precepts of Muslim law.

     

    This enables the Italian legal system to familiarize with investigating not only the client’s marital status, but also the religious faith and avoid from applying the rules of the Italian legal system in a slavish way which causes the client having to struggle with the presence of religious authority and/or religious consciousness.

     

    The aim of this document is to give practical guidelines to Italian practitioners so that they can pursue the matter by finding any limitation between the Italian legal system and the Shariah principles and fully satisfy the special needs of Muslim clients.

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    AI Proposal Unlikely To Hit Payments, Fintech

    The Artificial Intelligence Act, which was published on April 21, outlines the European Commission’s ambition for greater AI investment and innovation in Europe, while safeguarding the safety and fundamental rights of citizens. The main aim is to create a legal framework by which the EU will have sufficient space to regulate and manage something which, otherwise, will be completely out of control and so “sensibly” reducing the risks of breaching any fundamental rights.

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