PwC Luxembourg appoints 8 new partners to reimagine the possible
PwC Luxembourg is proud to celebrate the admission of eight new partners to the firm. These individuals bring years of collective professional experience and expertise gathered from delivering projects all over the world.
New Partners 2018
Meet the eight inspiring men and women we have chosen as our new partners. Their expertise and innovative thinking are invaluable to paving the way towards sustainability and transformation.
PwC/AGEFI Monthly Barometer - June 2018
Unfortunately, the Statec index was not published at the time of filming, so we assume it remains constant. With the stabilisation of the European index, our barometer remained the same as last month, sitting at +13.
AWM News Update #4 - Asset and Wealth Management News
Welcome to the new edition of AWM News Update. In this show we'll provide you with coverage of recent developments in the Global Asset Management industry. Stay tuned for the next editions.
Carte blanche économique Nummer #20: Zoom op d'"Smart Borders"
Leschten Hierscht huet d’EU Parlament jo d’ "Smart Borders" gestëmmt.
Application launched today for top eight next generation solutions addressing major challenges in Cybersecurity
Most Promising Solution Award and People’s Choice Award to be conferred on 18 October at the PwC Cybersecurity Day 2018
ATAD 1 - Luxembourg draft Bill for implementation reveals choices made by Luxembourg Government
The EU Anti Tax Avoidance Directive ("ATAD 1") was published in July 2016. EU Member States have until 31 December 2018 to transpose ATAD 1 into their domestic laws.
Risk Assurance Services
Providing Trust and Transparency over GDPR compliance
Optional NWT reduction - §8a VstG - Circular I. Fort. N°47quarter of 17 May 2018
On 17 May 2018, the Luxembourg tax authority issued Circular I. Fort. N°47quarter ("the Circular") clarifying the modalities of the Net Worth Tax (NWT) reduction from 1 January 2017, further to the Law of 23 December 2016 amending § 8a VStG.
New transfer pricing disclosure requirements in the 2017 tax returns
The Luxembourg Tax Authorities ("LTA") issued new disclosure requirements on transfer pricing - as part of the 2017 tax returns - allowing the LTA to ascertain whether Luxembourg taxpayers are engaged in intercompany transactions.