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By Maxime Suergiu
RPA, chatbots, machine learning… whispers about these technologies are getting louder and louder.
By Flora Castellani
For a few years now the global tax system has been in a period of significant change.
By Gabrielle Jaminon
On 16 January 2018, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) issued its updated AIFM application questionnaire.
By David Capocci
Since the 2007-2008 financial crisis, lending from banks in Europe has hugely reduced due to tightening regulations and to the higher capital ratios imposed on banks.
By Sven Muehlenbrock
Effective since August 2012, the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) and its various technical standards, notably Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/2251 ...
By Anne Desfossez
No matter how robust a healthcare system is, it can never—much like the human body itself—be impervious to changes wrought by time.
By Florence Rouault
IFRS 9 is here! Applicable since 1 January 2018, the new reporting standard seeks to ensure the solvency health of banks.
By Laetitia Hamon
On 31 January 2018, the High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) on Sustainable Finance, set up by the European Commission in December 2016, delivered its final report and recommendations.
By Georges Bock
Luxembourg ranks third worldwide on the index of growth promise indicators (GPIs), according to a report released by KPMG Global this month.
By Dee Ruddy
If I were to come up with a mantra for ESMA it would, beyond the shadow of a doubt...
By Giuliano Bidoli
The Anti-Tax-Avoidance Directive (ATAD 1) was introduced last year, containing measures to prevent hybrid mismatches among EU Member States (MS).
By Louis Thomas
As of a few weeks ago—the first of January, 2018—non-electric company cars in Luxembourg are now taxed according to how environmentally-friendly they are...
By Stephan Lego-Deiber
Tax changes in the US are felt in many places around the world, and the recent tax update across the pond, passed in late 2017, is no exception.
By Julien Baudouin
In a world where the volume of information generated and exchanged is growing every day, data protection has become a huge concern for regular citizens.
By Roxane Filippa
For companies considering relocating to the EU, local remuneration practices are, naturally, an important factor. Luxembourg is well-known for offering highly flexible remuneration packages.
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