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To grow a successful business as a foreign investor in the German market, you need expert insight from an experienced partner. The same applies for Germany-based enterprises seeking to expand their business outside the country. The Loyens & Loeff Germany team consists of German-speaking legal and tax advisers with a long track record of international success.


Global Perspectives, Local Expertise

Your enterprise can count on the Loyens & Loeff Germany team for specialised guidance, whether you are entering the German market or expanding from Germany into other national and regional markets. Our team pools the global expertise and local experience of tax advisers and corporate lawyers who have been working for years with German and non-German clients.

Full-Service Legal and Tax Advisers

Clients investing into and out of Germany benefit from Loyens & Loeff's integrated, full-service tax and legal expertise. You can rely on us for assistance with any international M&A topic, joint ventures, reorganisations, commercial transactions, (group) financing, cross-border real estate investment and international funds (particularly open and closed real estate funds), and more.

A Track Record of Success

Protect your foreign investments with advice from our proven experts. We have assisted countless clients, including major corporate companies like Volkswagen AG, to successfully navigate cross-border transactions into and out of Germany. From relocations, joint ventures and restructuring, to mergers and disposals, our record of success is a powerful asset to your international business.

Hoge Raad schept duidelijkheid voor sale-and-leasebacktransacties
News - 01 February 2021 - Global

VAT treatment of sale and leaseback transactions clarified

Sale and transfer of immovable property by means of a sale and leaseback transaction should be regarded as an ordinary transfer for VAT purposes.
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News - 21 December 2020 - Netherlands

Dutch withholding taxes: recent developments

An outline from the Dutch withholding tax on interest and royalty payments and the proposed “exit tax” for certain cross-border reorganisations.
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