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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 logical 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 900 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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Dutch unilateral concessionary tax treatment in case of ‘no-deal Brexit’

On 4 February 2019, the Dutch State Secretary of Finance announced that he would set out policy guidelines allowing for a unilateral concessionary treatment in certain areas of Dutch tax law in the event the United Kingdom would leave the EU on 29 March without any agreement on the withdrawal (‘no-deal Brexit’). Essentially, under the policy guidelines, the Netherlands will treat the United Kingdom as from 30 March 2019 as if it were still an EU Member State for a limited transitional period until the end of 2019 or, for businesses, until the end of the financial year for financial years commencing prior to 30 March 2019, so to prevent that citizens or businesses in the Netherlands are confronted with immediate tax consequences during the current taxable or financial year.1

On 8 March 2019, the State Secretary of Finance submitted the draft policy guidelines to the Second Chamber of Parliament to shed some more light on the areas of Dutch taxation that would be covered by the concessionary treatment.

Areas covered

The draft policy guidelines include a general concession that the United Kingdom will be treated as an EU Member State for the taxable year 2019 and financial years that have commenced prior to 30 March 2019 for purposes of the application of the Income Tax Act 2001,...

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Loyens & Loeff bij YES!Delft Students Hackathon

Donderdag 28 februari en vrijdag 1 maart was Loyens & Loeff aanwezig bij de YES!Delft Students Hackathon. In het kader van het 10-jarige lustrum van de studievereniging YES!Delft Students organiseerde zij een Hackathon om studenten interactief kennis te laten maken met ondernemerschap, technische innovaties en uiteraard de vereniging zelf.

Loyens & Loeff was bij de Hackathon aanwezig met een casus over lawtech en gaf hierbij met een groep van 11 collega’s ondersteuning. Als juridisch dienstverlener willen wij ons namelijk blijven ontwikkelen op het gebied van innovatie. Tegelijkertijd willen we graag studenten kennis laten maken met innovatie binnen de juridische markt en onze kennis overdragen. Tijdens de Hackathon hebben 30 studenten zich 24 uur lang ingezet voor de lawtech challenge. Het winnende team heeft een geldprijs gewonnen en wordt binnenkort uitgenodigd op ons kantoor om hun presentatie nogmaals te geven aan het innovatieteam en geïnteresseerden. Daarna wordt bekeken of we hun oplossing daadwerkelijk kunnen implementeren. 


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