Baker McKenzie Luxembourg is thrilled to announce that it has been named as the Luxembourg Tax Disputes Firm of the Year (2023) at the prestigious 18th International Tax Review (ITR) ceremony held in London on 28 September. This achievement serves as a testament to our dedicated cross-practice teams specializing in tax, transfer pricing and litigation. Baker McKenzie Luxembourg’s tax disputes team combines in-depth technical knowledge with extensive industry experience, enabling it to deliver innovative and effective solutions to complex tax challenges faced by clients across various sectors.
The Firm’s commitment to excellence, integrity and client service has contributed significantly to its success in achieving this distinguished accolade. The ITR awards are highly regarded within the tax industry, honoring leading firms and professionals for their exceptional contributions and achievements. The recognition received by Baker McKenzie Luxembourg underscores the Firm’s position as a market leader in tax disputes, further enhancing its reputation for delivering exceptional client service.
From the left to the right : Amar Hamouche, Olivier Dal Farra, Andrea Addamiano, Annie Elfassi, Diogo Duarte de Oliveira, Miguel Pinto De Almeida, Antonio Weffer
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As you may know, the current tax treaty between the United Kingdom and Luxembourg was signed in London in May 1967 (before the UK joined the EEC) and was amended several times over the years. A new UK-Luxembourg tax treaty was concluded in June 2022 (after the UK left the EU) and will enter into force in 2024. The main reasons for an overhaul of the existing tax treaty include the UK’s withdrawal of the European Union (Brexit) and the evolution of tax standards put forward by the OECD and the BEPS project in recent years.
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