Luxembourg inward investments: which taxation rules do apply?
As a major European financial centre, Luxembourg maintains a certain degree of flexibility in its legal system to cope with an ever-increasing volume of inward investment. Discover our comprehensive overview.
Situated in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg has built its position as a major European financial centre on its political stability, good communication with the market and its actors and powerful service sector.
This as well as Luxembourg's limited dimensions have allowed it to maintain a certain degree of flexibility in its legal system and to cope easily with an ever-increasing volume of inward investments.
Pieter Stalman and Mélanie Staes provide a comprehensive overview of the taxation rules that apply in Luxembourg toward inward investments in the Luxembourg chapter of the 9th edition of The Inward Investment and International Taxation Review published by The Law Reviews.
PieterStalmanLocal Partner Tax Adviser
Pieter W.H. Stalman, local partner, is a member of the Executive Committee of our office in Luxembourg and a member of the Luxembourg Tax Practice Group. He focuses on cross-border transactions and group restructuring.T: +352 466 230 403 E: email@example.com
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