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Broad range of vehicles available for PRC outbound investments.
The country’s legislator constantly adapts company law to take account of the needs of international investors.
Staff delegates will profoundly change the ‘social dialogue’.
A cap on bank bonuses and other governance arrangements.
The links between Luxembourg and the US go back centuries...
Stakeholders will have a very short transition period.
The main recent changes to Luxembourg and international tax law.
Aim is to unlock additional financing of at least €315bn for investment.
This brochure provides key elements on Islamic finance in Luxembourg.
This brochure provides an overview of the insurance activities in Luxembourg.
This brochure provides an overview of reinsurance activities in Luxembourg.
Luxembourg legal update: theft of intangible assets; new rules on market abuse; reversal of case law in France; and more
Arendt & Medernach’s update provides a compact summary of the most recent national and European legal and regulatory developments.
The Advocate General of the CJEU has further defined VAT exemptions applicable to collective investment funds...
They must now inform the regulator about new funds they take on.
Tax crimes included as predicate offences; rethinking of the risk-based approach; and other changes.
Luxembourg opens the door to China with approval of R-QFII UCITS funds.
Luxembourg, EU and international developments in tax regulation, including the double tax treaty network.
There has been talk of a Gulf Co-operation Council ‘funds passport’, but a regulatory framework has yet to be drafted.
The key elements of the new funds that are intended to boost longer term investment in the EU economy.
Simplified form of company to be introduced; ‘sarl’ companies to become more flexible, and other proposals.