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International Trade

International Trade raises significant challenges for many industry sectors. This comes as no surprise, considering the large (and growing) variety of goods, services and technologies subject to regulatory requirements, the ever increasing complexity of national, European and international regulations as well as a recent focus on enforcement measures in certain jurisdictions.

car driving alone on bridge in a green environment
News - 22 July 2021 - Belgium

Indexed lump sum allowance per kilometer for the professional use of the employee’s own vehicle

For employees who travel professionally (i.e. in performance of their employment contract) with their own vehicle, employers can reimburse the professional use...
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Contribution of the employer for teleworking: a new circular letter
News - 07 July 2021 - Belgium

Contribution of the employer for teleworking: a new circular letter

In the context of teleworking, the tax authorities clarified in a circular letter the reimbursement by the employer of office expenses made by the employee and...
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Cross-border workers: COVID-19 agreements extended
News - 24 June 2021 - Belgium

Cross-border workers: COVID-19 agreements extended until 30 September 2021

Belgium has concluded so-called COVID-19 agreements with Germany, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands on the tax impact of international travel restrictions...
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Electric car charging
News - 03 June 2021 - Belgium

New bill for a green(er) mobility

On 18 May 2021, a bill was approved by the Belgian Government to create a green(er) mobility in Belgium by (1) promoting tax incentives for CO2-emission free...
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Holding Regimes in a New Era - 2021 edition

Holding Regimes in a New Era - 2021 edition


Integrated and skilled team

Our Team offers a unique expertise, guaranteed by its full integration at the Benelux level. The Team addresses questions of Belgian, Dutch and Luxembourg national law, but also of European and international law. Our Team includes experienced tax and customs lawyers, former customs officers, and also experts with a thorough academic background. 

Prevent and cure

Our Team can guide you in your successful projects and assist in developing your business in a fully compliant way. But we can also assist you in identifying and handling possible breaches of the law in order to mitigate any adverse impact on your business as much as possible.

How we can help you

Our Team offers a wide range of services and for instance: Advice related to specific transactions (incl. due diligence), R&D, voluntary disclosures, in-house investigations, compliance assessments; Export classification and application for licenses; Bespoke International Compliance Programmes; Excellent contacts with local authorities and Regulators; Training and Litigation.


We have developed a specific expertise in a series of sectors: eg, food & beverages, defence, automotive, financial services, chemicals, artificial intelligence, etc.
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