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Business man - Best practices during the COVID-19 outbreak - 2 Apr

Best practices during the COVID-19 outbreak: Q&A on holding of shareholder and board meetings

The Q&A below tackles some of the most frequently asked questions with respect to the organisation and holding of shareholder and board meetings in light of the Regulation, from a best-practices perspective.

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New registration and governance requirements for virtual asset service providers in Luxembourg

New laws to strengthen the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing framework which introduce new registration and governance requirements for virtual asset service providers.

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Architecture - Tax flash I&R - 31 March

Luxembourg will deny tax deductions for interest and royalties owed to related companies in blacklisted jurisdictions

The proposal of law published on 31 March 2020 provides that interest and royalties owed as from 1 January 2021 to related companies established in a blacklisted jurisdiction would no longer be deductible for Luxembourg corporate income tax and municipal business tax purposes. 

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windows - Lux corporate flash Mar 2020

Corporate governance during the Coronavirus outbreak – Exceptional measures enacted in Luxembourg

Following the declaration of a state of emergency on 18 March 2020, Luxembourg has taken new measures to facilitate companies holding their meetings remotely.

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business meeting - Coporate flash E-Signature - March 2020

Electronic signatures to ensure business continuity

The travel restrictions and containment measures taken by the government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to fight the coronavirus have forced many people to work from home and to adjust their business practices accordingly.

A practical issue arising in the current situation is how to best organise signature and delivery of original documents and, as a result, focus has turned to the validity and recognition of electronic signatures in Luxembourg.

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Tax measures for businesses in the context of the COVID-19 crisis

On 17 March 2020, the Luxembourg tax authorities (LTA) published a newsletter with tax measures for businesses in the context of the COVID-19 crisis.

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Puzzle - PR Sabrina Martin

Martin Avocats joins forces with Loyens & Loeff