The BCC in collaboration with EY Luxembourg hosted an event: “Non-financial reporting: Is your business prepared to embrace new ESG reporting requirements as per CSRD?” on Tuesday 23 May. ESG experts Vanessa Müller, Partner & ESG Lead, EY, Thomas Göricke, Partner, Elvinger Hoss Prussen and Hakan Lucius, Head of Corporate Responsibility, EIB, talked us through the scope and applicability of the CSRD, key requirements under the first set of EU Sustainability Reporting Standards (ESRS), and operational steps that companies should undertake to enhance their corporate reporting.
Special Offer for New Members! Any new member joining the British Chamber now will have the remainder of 2023 free and will only be invoiced for 2024 Annual Membership. See here or for further information please call +352 465 466 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
The British Chamber of Commerce are the media partner for the STEP Benelux Conference 2024 - "Family wealth: Navigating global change and new paradigms" where leading speakers from the Benelux countries will discuss the new challenges facing wealth management and estate planning. This will take place from 14-15 March at DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Central Station. Register before 23 January 2024 to benefit from the Early Bird Discount!