BCC TAX & LEGAL NEWSLETTER 2023 #1
Dear Friend of the Chamber,
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The BCC in partnership with the Ukraine-Luxembourg Business Club are pleased to invite our members to the Luxembourg-Ukraine Business Forum: "RAPID RECOVERY OF UKRAINE" which will take place on January 31st 2023 at Neumünster Abbey. This full-day Luxembourg – Ukraine Business Forum aims to add value to the broader discussions on Ukraine reconstruction as well as exploring opportunities for partnerships between European, Luxembourgish and Ukrainian business. It will leverage Luxembourg’s Financial Centre to define the necessary prerequisites and instruments for investors to deploy private capital for Ukraine’s reconstruction and recovery.
As members of the British Chamber for Luxembourg, you can connect with fellow members and also become engaged in the planning and creation of new events. By joining subgroups, participating in event planning, and taking on leadership roles, we can continue to create a vibrant and dynamic community that benefits everyone.
The British Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that in 2023, we will be supporting Rugby Club Luxembourg’s project “Every Bra Counts” - supporting female Rugby playing in Kenya with a donation for sports bras and menstrual cups to allow young women to play sports. Please read on for additional background information about the project. If you would like to support this initiative, please click here https://www.rcl.lu/page/rcl-community-107780