Despite attacks on its tax system, Luxembourg is enjoying a solid reputation at the moment
Intellectual property is the next weapon in Luxembourg’s armoury of business offerings – but first it must past the EC ‘state aid’ test
As Fiat, Apple and Starbucks earn the Duchy a rap on the knuckles for its tax rules, will the government’s efforts to diversify the economy take firmer root?
Second-tier international law firms are joining the top players in Luxembourg as its stability and global outlook continue to attract big business
Taylor Wessing has announced a merger with Dutch firm Deterink, which will give the firm two new offices in Amsterdam and Eindhoven.
Osborne Clarke’s former Belgian ally De Wolf & Partners has voted to dissolve, with its partners departing in four main groups to join other firms or set up alone.
Pinsent Masons has announced it is launching an office in Brussels before the UK votes on whether to leave the EU.
EU: tax exemptions in the spotlight download subscription
French rule judged to be a restriction of the freedom of establishment
Luxembourg's new electronic archiving law download subscription
…but international recognition of the probative value of digital copies is not yet guaranteed.
International tax update download subscription
The main recent changes to Luxembourg and international tax law.
European CoJ allows deduction of VAT for holding companies on pro rata basis download subscription
The European Court of Justice has published its judgement on the right to deduct input VAT relating to the purchase of a subsidiary.
Netherlands: the new Labour Market Fraud (Bogus Schemes) Act download subscription
’Chain liability’; naming and shaming employers; and more.
Netherlands: tighter rules on finance company exemptions download subscription
Harder for group finance companies to be exempt from license requirements and supervision.
European Fund of Strategic Investments – a silver lining for the Continent? download subscription
Aim is to unlock additional financing of at least €315bn for investment.
A Dutch ship operating company, SBV, brought claims against a Chinese bank, BOC, for payment under two refund guarantees governed by English law.