Dear Friends of the Chamber,
As you may know the Luxembourg Parliament recently passed a law amending the DAC6 law to formally extend the reporting deadlines by six months in the light of the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is in line with a political agreement reached on this point by EU Member States on 03 June 2020, and the European Council’s amending directive at the end of June 2020.
A few weeks ago the British Chamber took the lead and translated the Luxembourg law implementing DAC6 into English. We have now updated the English translation to include the extended reporting deadlines adopted by the Luxembourg Parliament.
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