Your state aid challenges

As an MNE you will need to be in control of potential state aid risks. There are potentially a number of challenges for you to consider, including:

  • How do you respond to the auditor if asked whether your group is exposed to state aid risks?
  • Do you need to take measures to identify, quantify, control or reduce risks from previous years, and what are the consequences of these measures for you.
  • If a state aid risk exists, what must be disclosed in your financial statements?
  • How can you prepare for a state aid investigation?

Addressing state aid risks

When it comes to deciding how best to deal with your challenges, or what actions or measures you need to take in assessing state aid risks, Loyens & Loeff has in-depth expertise and hands-on experience. We can provide you with fully-integrated, tailored and pragmatic advice and guidance.

While advising your organisation on tax-related and other state aid matters – which regularly also involve transfer pricing issues – we pull together our highly-experienced competition law experts and transfer pricing specialists to best service your requirements.

We represent clients in proceedings before both national and EU courts in relation to breaches of state aid rules. Our experience includes landmark cases before the Court of Justice in Luxembourg.

News - 24 September 2019 - Global

State aid update: EU General Court sets framework for the European Commission to enforce arm’s length transfer pricing under State aid rules

On 24 September 2019, the EU General Court upheld the Commission’s decision that Fiat received unlawful State aid from Luxembourg, and at the same time annulled...
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News - 21 June 2018 - Global

European Commission orders Luxembourg to recover State aid

On 20 June 2018, the European Commission announced its finding that advance tax rulings (ATRs) granted by Luxembourg to ENGIE constitute unlawful State aid.
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