EU state aid law
EU state aid law protects free competition in the internal market by prohibiting financial or other monetary benefits by the Member States to companies or branches of production. It is irrelevant whether the recipient of the benefits is a private company or a publicly owned company.
Opportunities for state support to enterprises are multifaceted and the risks (in particular the repayment obligation) are high. In addition, it is important to observe a number of exception rules.
We support your enterprise in verifying state aid in terms of its relevance to state aid legislation.
- Identifying examining issue relating to state aid
- Consultancy for state aid legislation-compliant design (e.g. Act of entrustment for SGEI or guarantees)
- Preparation and monitoring of notifications of the EU Commission