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The sweeping digital transformation has significantly changed the economic and financial landscape, and at the heart of this change is the emerging phenomenon of cryptocurrencies. With this innovative fusion of finance and technology, the pertinent question of how to tax these new assets arises. Bulgaria, like its global counterparts, is grappling with the complexities of this issue. Dive in for an in-depth look at Bulgaria’s approach to taxing crypto assets.

On November 21, 2023, corporate/M&A and private equity experts from Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Moldova, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkiye, and Ukraine sat down for a virtual round table moderated by CEE Legal Matters Managing Editor Radu Cotarcea to discuss the key developments in the field over the past decade.

Forgo, Damjanovic & Partners Managing Partner Zoltan Forgo talks about the evolution of the practice and their role as legal advisors in Hungary over the last 10 years.

Kerveshi & Partners Managing Partner Kujtim Kerveshi talks about the evolution of the practice and their role as legal advisors in Kosovo over the last 10 years

Musat & Asociatii Deputy Managing Partner Razvan Stoicescu talks about the evolution of the practice and their role as legal advisors in Romania over the last 10 years.

Doklestic, Repic & Gajin Partner Slobodan Doklestic talks about the evolution of the practice and their role as legal advisors in Serbia over the last 10 years.

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