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Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg S.à r.l.



Address:
18-20, Rue Edward Steichen
L-2540 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
URL: http://www.loyensloeff.lu

Loyens & Loeff is an independent full-service law firm specialised in providing legal and tax advice to enterprises, financial organisations and governments. The intensive cooperation between attorneys, tax lawyers and civil law notaries places us in a unique position in our home market, the Benelux. Internationally, Loyens & Loeff is a reputable adviser on tax law, corporate law, financial and capital markets, cross-border financing, private equity, real estate, the energy sector, European law, regulatory law, VAT, employment taxes and employment law. The collaboration between the various specialists within a single firm works to the client’s advantage, as issues are tackled from different angles, creating synergy and increasing efficiency.

International focus
Worldwide, Loyens & Loeff has about 1,600 employees, including more than 800 legal and tax experts in six Benelux offices and eleven branches in the major international financial centres. When providing international advice, Loyens & Loeff maintains close relationships with leading law firms and tax advisers in Europe, the Middle East, the United States and the Far East. In this way, Loyens & Loeff offers top-level advice worldwide and is capable of effectively structuring and supervising both domestic and international matters.

Pragmatic solutions
Loyens & Loeff’s culture is characterised by a strong sense of independence, entrepreneurship, providing high-quality services and involvement. The principles of quality, transparency and short-line communication form the foundation for an informal and inspiring culture. This culture stimulates the search for pragmatic solutions to complex legal and tax issues. Loyens & Loeff pays particular attention to education and training and to creating an exciting and challenging work environment. This enables Loyens & Loeff to attract young talent and to guarantee the quality of services.

Legal employee count :

110


Function :

Lawyer
Legal Counsel
Support


Practices details :

Banking & Finance
· Securities, listings
· Financing
· Securitisations
· Banking law
· Capital markets

Commercial & Litigation
· Commercial law
· Litigation
· Insolvency
· Real estate
· Labor law
· Intellectual property
· Administrative law
· Insurance law

Corporate
· M&A, Corporate law
· Commercial law
· Insurance law and regulatory
· Real estate

Investment Management
· Real estate
· Private equity & venture capital
· Hedge funds
· Public funds (UCITS and UCI)

Tax
· General tax practice: International, domestic and EU tax law
· VAT
· Personal tax and wage tax
· Tax litigation
· Transfer pricing
· Tax compliance:
· Corporate and income tax returns, VAT returns


Region :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Other



Recruiter :

Mrs. Cécile Arrecgros (Human Ressources)
Tel: +352 466 230
Fax: +352 46 62 34
cecile.arrecgros@loyensloeff.com

Manager :

Mrs. Véronique Hoffeld (Partner)
Tel: +352 466 230
Fax: +352 46 62 34
veronique.hoffeld@loyensloeff.com

Mr. Pieter Stalman (Partner)
Tel: +352 466 230
Fax: +352 46 62 34
pieter.stalman@loyensloeff.com

Press :

Communications & Marketing department
Tel: +352 466 230
Fax: +352 46 62 34
info@loyensloeff.lu

No open vacancies

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg appoints three local partners, one counsel and four senior associates
03/01/2019

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg is happy to announce the appointment of three new local partners as well as one new counsel as of 1 January 2019:

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Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg strengthens its tax practice with new counsel
02/05/2018

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg would like to announce that Christine Beernaerts has joined the firm as counsel in a move to consolidate its strength as the leading Luxembourg firm in domestic and international tax.

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Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg wins prestigious awards during the 19th annual IFLR European Awards Ceremony
20/04/2018

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg has the pleasure of announcing that the firm has been awarded “Restructuring Deal of the Year” and “High Yield Deal of the Year” during the 19th annual IFLR European Awards Ceremony held at the Savoy Hotel in London, on 19 April 2018.

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Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg appoints two local partners, five counsels and nine senior associates
19/12/2017

Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg is happy to announce the appointment of two new partners as well as five new counsels as of 1 January 2018:

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CJ rules that UK may unilaterally withdraw from Brexit (Wightman and others)
02/01/2019

On 10 December 2018, the CJ issued its judgment in case Andy Wightman and others v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (C-621/18). The case deals with the question of whether the UK may unilaterally revoke the notification of intention to withdraw from the EU. 

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State Aid/WTO CJ rules that exemption from real estate transfer tax in the context of a restructuring within a group is not State aid (A-Braunerei)
27/12/2018

On 19 December 2018, the CJ issued its judgment in case Finanzamt B v A-Braueri (C-374/17). The case deals with a request made by A-Brauerei concerning the refusal of German tax authorities to grant A-Brauerei the exemption from the real property transfer tax which may, under certain conditions

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Luxembourg tax update: tax policy of the new government and update on ATAD implementation
24/12/2018

On 5 December 2018, the new Luxembourg government was installed. Its policy program for the coming years includes, on the tax side, a further decrease of the Luxembourg corporate tax rate with one percentage point.

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CJEU: VAT on share disposal costs recoverable in certain cases
12/11/2018

VAT on costs incurred in connection with an envisaged share disposal is in principle not recoverable. However, if the reason for the disposal lies in the VAT taxed activities of the parent company, VAT on the disposal costs may be recoverable. 

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