Carlo Fassbinder is Luxembourg's new Director of Taxation at the Ministry of Finance, Luxembourg's Ministry of Finance today announced. Fassbinder was previously head of retail and corporate . . .
Singapore has signed agreements with Belgium and Luxembourg for the automatic exchange of financial account information, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) announced . . .
See: KPMG Luxembourg.
The OECD has today asked global businesses to assess the mutual agreement procedure (MAP) for resolving tax treaty disputes in Austria, France, Germany, Italy . . .
EU law requires that a company be given the opportunity to challenge a tax information order issued to implement a tax exchange of information request on the grounds that the request lacks "forseeable relevance," Advocate . . .
The European Commission today published a non-confidential version of its decision to open a State aid investigation into whether a tax rulings granted by Luxembourg to Engie, formally known as GDF Suez . . .
The Luxembourg government on December 27 published new tax guidance for intragroup financing transactions. The guidance . . .
The US intends to release tax guidance on country-by-country reporting for MNEs that addresses reporting for LLCs in US groups and for tiered partnerships, officials said at a December 15-16 tax conference. Officials also discussed just-released final regs on outbound transfers of goodwill, US tax treaty negotiations, and the pending EU State aid. . .
See: BBC News.
Dr. Paloma Schwarz Martínez, University of Luxembourg, discusses a new bill under consideration by Parliament that would incorporate some of the BEPS transfer pricing changes into Luxembourg law . . .
The text of the Luxembourg-Ukraine tax treaty protocol, signed September 30, has been released by Luxembourg's tax administration. The treaty, which would amend the countries' 1997 tax treaty, provides for a reduction in the . . .
Luxembourg and Ukraine have signed a protocol to their 1997 tax treaty, Ukraine's Ministry of Finance announced . . .
The European Commission today made it clear that it is not bowing to political pressure to halt its investigation into EU states that grant private tax deals to multinationals, announcing a probe into Luxembourg tax rulings granted to French energy company Engie, formally . . .
See: Irish Times.