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The world economy is developing rapidly transforming tax laws followed by new and complicated legal challenges. Finding its way through the maze of this evolving tax environment requires experienced professionals with a deep understanding of the practical impact on your business. Moreover, Luxembourg being well positioned on the international business scene, why not considering establishing your activities in this attractive jurisdiction?


Analysing your specific needs and develop a tailored tax strategy

Your tax needs are growing progressively more complicated, touching your organisation in many ways. We provide you with solutions based on your business’ goals, we design strategies meant to cease opportunities at every level of your transactions and facilitate your interaction with taxing authorities.

A combination of both domestic and cross-border tax advice

In your business, tax and legal matters will often be of international nature and go beyond the borders. Helping you manage your domestic and international tax issues is what we do. And when they meshes with other areas of the law, our tax experts call upon their colleagues from other practice groups locally and abroad to serve your best interests.

Our business is taking care of your business

No matter what you need advice for, you can turn to our tax specialists for high-end guidance and effective solutions.

  • International tax
  • Transfer Pricing
  • EU competition law
  • Indirect tax
  • Litigation & tax controversy resolution
  • Personal income tax
  • Employment tax & social security
  • Tax compliance

What others say...

Chambers & Partners

Our Tax team is ranked Band 1 by Chambers & Partners, who reports:

"Respected practice boasting considerable experience in all areas of tax law, with particular activity on the tax structuring aspects of transactions and fund formations. Expertise includes transfer pricing, VAT and tax investigations, as well as compliance with BEPS legislation and US tax regulations. Clients benefit from the team's Benelux network. Advises clients from a variety of sectors, including financial services, energy and manufacturing.

Clients praise the team's "perfect knowledge of Luxembourg's tax landscape." Clients also note the firm's "clear view of international tax planning and corporate issues around different EU countries," adding: "They understand the practical aspects of tax law, collaborate well with other advisors and keep ahead of the project." (2020)

Legal 500

Our Tax team is also ranked Band 1 by Legal 500, who highlights: 

"Loyens & Loeff's seven-partner team has the strength-in-depth to act for clients across a wide range and volume of tax mandates, including on compliance, VAT, transfer pricing and in tax litigation matters. 'The team keeps abreast of key local government and EU Initiatives.'" (2020)

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News - 01 June 2018 - Luxembourg

Brexit - Choosing Luxembourg as an EU foothold

​Pierre-Antoine Kléthi, associate and tax adviser, explains why Luxembourg is one of the most chosen Post-Brexit destinations for parties in the financial services...
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News - 24 May 2018 - Global

Loyens & Loeff wins two awards during European Tax Awards

Loyens & Loeff won two awards at the European Tax Awards 2018 ceremony organised by International Tax review on 17 May 2018 at the Savoy Hotel in London.
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