As one of the largest net beneficiaries of EU funds, Poland offers numerous investment incentives in the form of grants (national and local) and tax relief (SEZ/Support of New Investments Act, R&D release). Entrepreneurs who benefit from such incentives may also be subject to new obligations, such as maintaining the sustainability of a projects or obtaining the consent of the European Commission for receiving public assistance.
SSW has advised on numerous investments involving state aid and EU grants. We help clients to ensure compliance with the sometimes overly-complex rules and avoid being subjected to fines. We advise on all aspects of settling and reporting state aid, including corporate restructurings and transformations of entities which benefit from state aid and EU structural funds.
If you plan to undertake a new investment or conduct research and development activities:
If you are a beneficiary of an EU grant and:
Public aid is subject not only to decisions adopted by the Polish authorities, but primarily to decisions adopted by the European Commission. Our considerable experience in representing the beneficiaries of EU grants before the European Commission enables us to assist clients on any aid-related problems they may encounter, including:
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