BCC TAX & LEGAL NEWSLETTER 2022 #3
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This autumn, Luxembourg hosts one of Europe’s biggest and most exciting tech and innovation events. Arch Summit takes place at LuxExpo - The Box on 26 - 27 October and brings together industry leaders and tech enthusiasts to discuss the power of technology to positively impact society and our planet. The BCC is proud to offer members a free ticket. You can find more information HERE
Returning to an in person format for the first time in two years, this conference is a must attend event for trust and estate practitioners working in Europe. You’ll hear from key speakers from across the continent discussing topics relevant to this region and considering jurisdictional perspectives. Attending this conference not only keeps you up to date with developments in private wealth management, it also allows you to network with peers from across Europe. The last STEP Europe Conference attracted delegates from 25 countries. The excellent social events planned enable you to network and make new connections.