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Mr. David Maria
Mr. Vincent Michel

Finance Bill 2019 | Important Tax Measures Foreseen
21/03/2019

On 5 March 2019, the finance bill n°7450 (“Finance Bill”) was filed by the Luxembourg government with the Luxembourg parliament.

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Mr. Eric Fort
Mr. Alain Goebel
Mr. Thierry Lesage
Mr. Vincent Mahler

Finance Bill 2019: CIT reduction and optional extension of interest limitation rules on fiscal unity level
20/03/2019

On 5 March 2019 the Luxembourg government filed the new finance bill n° 7450  (“Finance Bill”) with the Luxembourg parliament.

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Mr. Philippe Dupont
Mr. Claude Niedner
Mr. Marc Mouton
Mr. Glenn Meyer

Brexit: the Luxembourg emergency legislation
18/03/2019

On 31 January 2019, the bill of law n°7401 (the “Bill”) was issued on measures to be taken in relation to the financial sector in case of the withdrawal of the United Kingdom (“UK”) and North Ireland from the European Union (“EU”) (“Brexit”).

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Mrs. Isabelle Charlier
Mr. Alexis Kunitani

Some Answers to Questions Raised by the Law on the Register of Beneficial Owners
14/03/2019

The law dated 13 January 2019, on the Register of Beneficial Owners (the “Law”), entered into force on 1 March 2019. The Luxembourg regulation of 15 February 2019 and the circular LBR (Luxembourg Business Registers) 19/01 of 25 February 2019 bring some answers to the questions the implementation of the Law raised.

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Mr. Gérald Origer
Ms. Inès Denison
Ms. Estelle Schul

Entry into force of the RBE Regulation and update
14/03/2019

The Grand-Ducal Regulation of 15 February 2019 on the registration, payment of administrative fees and access to information recorded in the register of beneficial owners (the “RBE Regulation”) entered into force on 1 March 2019

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Mr. David Giabbani

Absences excusées – protection contre le licenciement – limite des 26 semaines atteinte (non)
14/03/2019

L’article L.121-6 (1) et (2) du code du travail impose au salarié, incapable de travailler pour cause de maladie, l’obligation d’en avertir l’employeur ou son remplaçant, le jour même de l’empêchement et de soumettre, le troisième jour de son absence au plus tard, à

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Mrs. Samantha Schmitz
Mr. Olivier R. Hoor

Corporate Tax Reform 2019
11/03/2019

On 5 March 2019, the 2019 budget draft law was presented to Parliament.

The draft law introduces mainly the following corporate income tax measures with retroactive effect as from 1 January 2019:

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Mr. Eric Fort
Mr. Alain Goebel
Mr. Thierry Lesage
Mr. Vincent Mahler

Finance Bill 2019: CIT reduction and optional extension of interest limitation rules on fiscal unity level
11/03/2019

On 5 March 2019 the Luxembourg government filed the new finance bill n° 7450 (“Finance Bill”) with the Luxembourg parliament

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EU State aid investigation opened into Huhtamäki’s tax treatment in Luxembourg

EU State aid investigation opened into Huhtamäki’s tax treatment in Luxembourg
11/03/2019

On 7 March 2019, the European Commission announced the opening of a formal State aid investigation into three tax rulings granted by the Luxembourg tax authorities to a Luxembourg entity of the Finnish Huhtamäki group.

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Mr. Daniel Riedel
Mr. Olivier Schank

Luxembourg presents budget law 2019
09/03/2019

On March 5th 2019, the Luxembourg Minister of Finance submitted to the Parliament the draft 2019 budget law (the "Budget"), which is expected to be approved by the end of April.

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