BCC Tax & Legal Newsletter 2018 #5
Dear Friend of the Chamber,
The objectives of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg are to follow and influence developments in the economic and business world in Luxembourg affecting members’ interests, and so contribute to making Luxembourg an attractive place to do business. The Tax and Legal groups of the BCC address key issues in their sectors to corporate and individual members through a number of events, and seek to raise awareness and influence decision makers as to the issues of concern to the BCC membership.
The purpose of the BCC Tax and Legal Newsletters is to provide additional regular bimonthly updates of key Tax and Legal developments in Luxembourg that may be relevant to your business. The present newsletters issued by member firms of the Tax and Legal groups cover the period from September-October 2018. If you deem that another person within your organisation should receive this email, please let us know. If you wish to unsubscribe please contact the BCC Secretariat by email to info [at] bcc [dot] lu.
Allen & Overy:
- Prolonged sickness: new rules as from 1 January 2019
- Interesting developments in relation to the implementation of the register of beneficial owners in Luxembourg
- Launch of Luxembourg Space Agency
Elvinger Hoss Prussen:
- Unofficial English translation of the CSSF Circular 18/698 now available
- IDD: The new insurance distribution paradigm
- EU sustainable finance proposals for asset managers, investment advisers and insurance distributors
- Transposition into Luxembourg law of the european directive of insurance distribution: what are the changes?
- GDPR in Luxembourg: More power to data subjects
European Commission conclusion that the tax rulings issued by the Luxembourg Tax Administration to McDonald’s do not constitute state aid:
- Decisions of the CJEU on input VAT recovery:
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