|BCC TAX & LEGAL NEWSLETTER 2022 #1
Dear Friend of the Chamber,
Happy New Year and good wishes for 2022!
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2022 Tax Changes – What you need to know
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On Wednesday morning 15 June 2022, an interactive event known as “Deep Democracy” took place at Breakk, the new premises of KAEMPFF-KOHLER, Kirchberg. This event was initiated by the People and Leadership Group of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg (“BCC”) and covered the following topic: “How do you show self-leadership in disruptive times? How do you lead yourself through the stresses and strains of the current world situation?” The purpose of this interactive event was to encourage the BCC members to guide themselves towards desired goals despite uncertainty.
Our Annual General Meeting on 08 June 2022 at Maples Group, took this year the form of a hybrid event and attracted a lot of interest from our members. We looked at a year rich in experiences and projects with thanks going out to all our group members, our sponsors and secretariat. Read more to discover the members of the Officers Group and Council.
This year marks two decades since NautaDutilh opened an office in Luxembourg. It has since grown into a full-service law firm. Paperjam sat down with Romain Sabatier, a young partner with NautaDutilh and a member of the firm’s corporate team, to learn more about their growth and how they see the future.