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Belgian Companies and Associations Code (BCAC)

This webpage is dedicated to the new Belgian Companies and Associations Code (BCAC). On 1 May 2019 the BCAC entered into force. Since 1 January 2020 the BCAC applies to all existing Belgian companies. This reform of the legal landscape creates many opportunities for businesses and transactions. Navigate through this website to learn more about the BCAC and the many changes it brings, or contact our team for any further questions you may have. We will keep you up-to-date with the BCAC!


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Belgian VAT authorities officially adopt ECJ’s substance over form approach
Article - 02 January 2020 - Belgium

The BV/SRL is intended to be the new standard company form. What are its key principles?

The new Belgian Companies and Associations Code (BCAC) has replaced the BVBA/SPRL with a 'new' form of company: the BV/SRL (besloten vennootschap / société...
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Tax reform: what do I need to know as a real estate investor?
Article - 31 October 2019 - Belgium

What are the key changes introduced by the new Belgian Companies and Associations Code?

Flexibility & competitiveness. Those two words summarize perfectly the motive for a new, better framework for companies & associations in Belgium. The BCAC...
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Wallonia reduces gift tax rates for real estate
Article - 31 October 2019 - Belgium

Should business be aware of any tax implications of the new Belgian Companies and Associations Code?

The renewal of the Belgian Company Code has an impact on various tax rules. Certain tax rules have therefore been modified in light of the new Company Code....
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How to govern your company properly?
Article - 31 October 2019 - Belgium

What is the impact of the new Belgian Companies and Associations Code on M&A transactions?

The new Belgian Companies and Associations Code (BCAC) provides for some changes that might impact M&A transactions, although most of these novelties are rather...
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