Bolzano: Informative Evenings Arranged Jointly by the Notarial Council and the Provincial Craftsmen’s Association



“How can I protect my private property from creditors? – Family trusts & management, sale and liquidation of companies” : this is the theme of a series of informative evenings organised by APA – Associazione Provinciale Artigianato (the Provincial Craftsmen’s Association), which brings together about 8,000 trades and handicrafts businesses in the Province of Bolzano, in collaboration with the Notarial Council of Bolzano.

The meetings will be held in the months of February and March 2012 in Bolzano, Brunico, Bressanone and Merano with the participation of a notary who will explain how family businesses and small companies can lower the risk of losing their private assets and what methods they can employ to protect their property by the timely setting up of a fondo patrimoniale (family trust). 

In addition, there will be discussion of various aspects of the management, sale and liquidation of companies.

The Notarial Council of Bolzano is taking part in this initiative under the provisions of the agreement between Confindustria’s Central Small Business Council and the National Council of Notaries that foresees, amongst other things, the arrangement of meetings jointly organised by District Councils and the appropriate Business Association.

The following is the calendar of appointments:

  • Thursday, 23 February 2012 – 7:30 p.m. – Casa dell’artigianato [Trades Hall], Sala Birreria Forst, Via di Mezzo ai Piani 7, Bolzano
  • Monday, 27 February 2012 – 7:30 p.m. – Centro di formazione professionale di Brunico (Professional Training Centre), Aula, Via Tobl 6, Brunico (Bruneck])
  • Tuesday, 20 March 2012 – 7:30 p.m. – Kolpinghaus, Via Cavour 101, Merano
  • Tuesday, 27 March 2012 – 7:30 p.m. – Ufficio circondariale APA Bressanone (APA Centre Brixen), Via Konrad Lechner 7, Varna.

Bookings are essential and should be addressed by e-mail to or made by phone to the number 0471.323300.

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