On 14 March 2019 representatives of the Tax Group of the British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg had a very constructive meeting with senior officials at the Ministry of Finance. During the meeting the participants discussed important corporate tax, VAT and personal tax matters, and the competitiveness of Luxembourg compared to its neighbours. In particular, the British Chamber offered to renew its survey of 2015 on the tax attractiveness of Luxembourg by the end of 2019.
The participants recognised the benefits to all of continuing dialogue and the British Chamber of Commerce is honoured to provide insight and feedback to the Government on all aspects of Luxembourg taxation, as and when may be sought.
In today's environment, lawyers must be increasingly responsive to their clients' requests and increasingly specialized in an increasing number of fields, amidst an ever-growing pool of information and documentation.
On just the second day in her new role, Luxembourg’s health minister Paulette Lenert joined the British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) for its first luncheon of 2020.
Paulette Lenert discusses her motivations and experiences after her first year in the current coalition government, addressing challenges of consumer protection and current priorities linked to Luxembourg's development aid, as well as her recent move to the Ministry of Health.