European Tax Law
EU tax law and case law from the Court of Justice of the EU strongly influence tax law in EU Member States. Organisations operating in Europe must keep well-informed of EU tax law and state aid developments, especially as European Commission investigations increase. Our expert team closely monitors developments and keeps you informed of any that will affect your business.
Implementing Pillar One & Pillar Two
To adapt international tax rules to an increasingly digitalised economy, the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework proposes a two-pillar overhaul of the existing system as from 2023/2024. Tax directors and their teams can already model the impact and assess o
On 25 January, Loyens & Loeff submitted input on OECD’s Public Consultation Document on Amount B of Pillar One.
Substance & Tax Law
In recent years tax authorities have placed more emphasis on combatting the use of abusive and aggressive tax structures by companies operating across borders, to ensure fair taxation.
The European Commission recently issued a new proposal (ATAD 3)
Recently, the European Parliament (EP) almost unanimously adopted an opinion suggesting changes to the draft anti-shell Directive (ATAD3).
The anti-hybrid mismatch rules of the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD2) aim to prevent situations of a double deduction and a deduction without a corresponding inclusion of the income at the level of the recipient resulting from a hybrid mismat
Luxembourg is the main jurisdiction in Europe for launching credit funds with a European strategy.
Digital Economy Tax
Politically it is clear that both the EU and other jurisdictions wants to levy more tax from ‘digital companies’. Technically, the current international tax framework does not facilitate this. Fundamental changes seem to be required to achieve the po
On 28 February 2023, the ECJ delivered its judgement in the case Fenix International Limited (C-695/20). The ECJ ruled that article 9a of the VAT Implementing Regulation is lawful.