Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg strengthens its tax practice with new counsel
Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg would like to announce that Christine Beernaerts has joined the firm as counsel in a move to consolidate its strength as the leading Luxembourg firm in domestic and international tax. Christine has more than 20 years of experience in assisting international clients in navigating through domestic and cross-border tax rules. Christine joins from Bonn Steichen & Partners, where she was a principal in the Luxembourg and international tax practice.
Christine has deep experience with domestic and cross border tax matters and will have a focus on multinationals, investment management and real estate type of clients. Christine is noted for her skills to combine highly technical advice with a practical and solution driven approach.
Veronique Hoffeld Managing Partner of the firm in Luxembourg says: “In an environment of increasingly complex tax rules, clients recognize us when they face critical issues and desire to access top notch tax specialists with outstanding knowledge of Luxembourg domestic law and cross border tax considerations. With her strong track record, Christine is a perfect fit for our renowned Tier 1 tax team. I look forward to working closely with Christine and her team.”
Christine says “Businesses are under increased scrutiny and pressure to strengthen their international tax strategy. It is a privilege to join Loyens & Loeff at this time. My focus is on working for clients based in Luxembourg, together with our international team of tax specialists, compliance and other professionals to address the complex challenges clients are facing.”