Discover or re-discover the recordings of our annual tax event which took place for the first time as a series of webinars.

Budget 2021 - what to remember?

Our Tax Partner Jan Neugebauer and Elise Nakach, Senior Associate, covered in particular the following issues:

  • Attracting and retaining talent
  • Sustainability
  • Real estate
  • Miscellaneous

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Case law - main trends

Our Tax Partner Thierry Lesage and Stéphanie Viot, Senior Associate, focused on:

  • Luxembourg case law 2020 overview
  • Main trends
  • Exchange of information

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Outlook 2021 for corporations - EU & international trends

Our Tax Partner Vincent Mahler and Yves Philippart de Foy, Senior Associate, discussed on:

  • EU developments and their impact in Luxembourg (DAC 6 is live, bill on deductible payments to EU black list jurisdictions passed, application of the reverse hybrid rules)
  • Expected trends on the market
  • OECD developments

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Transfer pricing challenges for 2021

Our Tax Partner Alain Goebel and Alexandre Maschiella, Senior Associate, analysed the following issues:

  • Transfer Pricing and Covid-19: impact on transfer prices and documentation to avoid challenges from the tax authorities
  • Evolution of the Luxembourg administrative practice and application of the February 2020 OECD guidance on financial transactions
  • Other international developments: taxation of the digital economy and using new opportunities for dealing with transfer pricing controversy

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VAT update for private equity

Our Tax Principal Bruno Gasparotto and Claire Schmitt, Senior Associate, discussed the following topics:

  • VAT impacts of aborted, acquisition and disposal costs
  • Update on case law dealing with deduction of VAT by holding companies
  • Requirements imposed by the VAT authorities for VAT recovery

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