Dear Friend of the Chamber,
Happy new year!
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.
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Allen & Overy:
Elvinger Hoss Prussen:
Molitor Avocats à la Cour SARL:
PwC Legal Luxembourg:
Luxembourg implements the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD):
New tax measures in Luxembourg:
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BCC has taken the lead to translate the Luxembourg law implementing DAC6 into English.
On 7 May the Tax Working Group of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg organised a Luxembourg Tax Update LIVE Webinar: “All You Need To Know (From Home): Hear It From The Experts”. In the event the panellists highlighted the main tax measures the Luxembourg Government has introduced for individuals and companies, and covering Personal Taxation, VAT and Corporate Taxation. In this article the Tax Working Group summarises the points covered in the Webinar: