Tiberghien Luxembourg

Forte Building 2, rue Albert Borschette
LU-1246 Luxembourg
URL: http://www.tiberghien.com

Tiberghien focuses on tax and estate planning work and is noted for its entrepreneurial and business oriented approach. Over many decades, Tiberghien has successfully established operational relationships with a number of international(tax) law firms. This has resulted in the creation of a powerful and cost efficient network that is able to offer seamless cross-border tax advice to its clients.

The firm was founded over 70 years ago by Albert Tiberghien(†), who was one of the leading Belgian business lawyers for decades and was highly regarded for his ground breaking tax work, both at a Belgian and European level. The "Tiberghien Manual", published annually, is still the reference text in Belgium on tax matters.

Tiberghien has offices in Belgium (Antwerp and Brussels) and Luxembourg.

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