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Mr. William Jean-Baptiste

Luxembourg tax authorities issue a circular on interest deduction limitation
19/01/2021

On 8 January 2021, the Luxembourg tax authorities (LTA) issued highly anticipated guidance with respect to the application of article 168 bis of Luxembourg income tax law (LITL), which was introduced in 2018 through the implementation in Luxembourg law of the EU Directive 2016/1164 Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive 

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Digital platforms – The gatekeepers under the EU’s new Digital Markets Act

Digital platforms – The gatekeepers under the EU’s new Digital Markets Act
18/01/2021

In December last year the European Commission published its much anticipated draft Digital Markets Act. 

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Overview of the VAT impacts of Brexit

Overview of the VAT impacts of Brexit
15/01/2021

It is therefore important to review the VAT treatment of cross-border transactions with the UK. Below you will find a brief summary of the main changes in this regard.

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Mr. Frédéric Feyten

Circular 168 bis/1 of the Luxembourg tax authorities on the interest deduction limitation rule
15/01/2021

On 8 January 2021, the Luxembourg direct tax authorities issued the Circular n°168bis/1 which clarifies the provisions of article 168 bis of the Luxembourg income tax law on the Luxembourg interest deduction limitation rule.

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Mr. Antoine Dupuis
Mr. Andreas Medler

Luxembourg tax authorities issue circular on interest deduction limitation rules
14/01/2021

On 8 January 2021, the Luxembourg tax authorities issued a new Circular n° 168bis/1 (the “Circular”) in order to provide guidance on the interpretation of the interest deduction limitation rules (“IDLR”) laid down in Article 168bis of the Luxembourg income tax law (“LITL”).

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Mr. Bruno Gasparotto
Mrs. Claire Schmitt

Overview of the VAT impacts of Brexit
12/01/2021

With the end of the transition period as of 1 January 2021, the UK officially became a third country with respect to the EU, meaning that the EU VAT Directive has ceased to apply to it.

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Mrs. Silke Bernard
Mr. Hermann Beythan
Mr. Martin Mager
Mrs. Josiane Schroeder

ESG update: A reduced subscription tax rate for UCIs investing in sustainable economic activities
11/01/2021

On 23 December 2020, the Luxembourg Budget Law was published in the Mémorial (“the Law”). It contains some tax measures aiming at promoting investment in sustainable economic activities and is part of a more extensive sustainable finance strategy for Luxembourg as an international financial centre.

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 Anne-Gaëlle Delabye
 Rebecca Macé-Balebs

CSSF fast-track procedure for fund managers to comply with SFDR disclosure rules
04/01/2021

The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (the CSSF), has issued a communication (the CSSF Communication) to inform investment fund managers (IFMs) of Luxembourg undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities (UCITS) and alternative investment funds (AIFs)

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Changes As Of 1 January 2021: Increase Of The Minimum Wage And Provision Of Financial Assistance To Companies

Changes As Of 1 January 2021: Increase Of The Minimum Wage And Provision Of Financial Assistance To Companies
30/12/2020

Changes as of 1 January 2021: increase of the minimum wage and provision of financial assistance to companies

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Mr. Jeremie Schaeffer

Brexit: CSSF communication on the equivalence of UK firms for the third country national regime under MiFIR
30/12/2020

Further to the long-awaited outcome of the Brexit negotiations on 24 December 2020, the Luxembourg financial supervisory authority – the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (“CSSF”) 

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