The European Commission’s Approach towards State Aid in Tax Matters: 2019 Update
In a previous edition of Quoted we discussed the European Commission’s change in approach towards state aid in tax matters, which had the objective to address special tax treatment and tax avoidance of, mainly, multinationals.
Now, three years later, we see the first results from the European Courts coming in and some ongoing state aid investigations being closed without a finding of state aid. For a general introduction into state aid and state aid procedures, we refer to Quoted 107. In this edition of Quoted we would like to give you an overview of current developments.
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NatalieReypensPartner Attorney at Law
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Mélanie StaesSenior Associate Tax Adviser / Attorney at law
Mélanie Staes, senior associate, is a member of the Tax Practice Group in our Luxembourg office and of the Canadian region team of Loyens & Loeff. She focuses on international tax law and was previously seconded to the New York office for two years.T: +352 466 230 372 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pierre-AntoineKlethiAssociate Attorney at law / Avocat / Tax Adviser
Pierre-Antoine Klethi, associate, is a member of the Tax Practice Group in our Luxembourg office. He focuses on Luxembourg tax matters, relevant international tax developments and EU State Aid investigations.T: +352 466 230 429 E: email@example.com