Loyens & Loeff

Integrated legal and tax advice

Is your question of a legal or tax nature, or both? What are the legal consequences of a particular tax structure and vice versa? More and more companies, financial institutions, governments and individuals are discovering the benefits of customised integrated advice.

Full-service practice

As a leading firm, Loyens & Loeff is the natural choice as a legal and tax partner if you do business in or from the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg or Switzerland, our home markets. You can count on personal advice from any of our 800 advisers based in one of our offices in the Benelux and Switzerland or in key financial centres around the world. Thanks to our full-service practice, specific sector experience and thorough understanding of the market, our advisers comprehend exactly what you need.

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Wat kunt u als familiebedrijf, ondernemer of vermogende particulier doen vóór 2017?

Tips voor het optimaliseren van uw (fiscale) situatie
Met ingang van 1 januari 2017 worden voor Nederlandse familiebedrijven, ondernemers en vermogende particulieren diverse wetswijzigingen doorgevoerd, zowel op fiscaal als op juridisch terrein. Heeft u belangstelling voor wat u kunt doen om uw (fiscale) situatie voor die datum te optimaliseren? Download dan de uitgave “Tips voor het Nederlandse familiebedrijf en de vermogende particulier (2016-2017)”.

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Legal Flash: Diversity policy for non-SME public-interest companies

Public-interest entities (PIEs) will have to include a disclosure on the diversity policy applied in their corporate governance statement (diversity statement) in order to put pressure on PIEs to have more diversified boards. The diversity statement forms part of the directors’ report included in the (consolidated) annual accounts. PIEs include entities established in the EEA whose securities are admitted to trading on an EEA regulated market (Regulated Market) as well as licensed credit institutions and insurance companies having their registered office in the EEA. An exception exists for small and medium-sized companies (SMEs).

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