On 5 July, KPMG and the four other organizations involved in rescuing the "Île aux Clowns" announced their plans for the organisation's future.
KPMG Luxembourg S.à r.l. presents its 2013 Transparency Report, as required by Article 73 of the Luxembourg Law of 18 December 2009 on the audit profession.
On 17 January 2013, the U.S. Department of Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service released for publication in the Federal Register final regulations for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
Sensing an opportunity with the transposition of the AIFMD into national law in July 2013, Luxembourg has had the foresight to build added-value into the legislation by introducing favourable measures for the establishment of fund raising vehicles.
The report takes into account industry data as stated in the 2013 annual reports of the CSSF and the BCL, as well as the ranking data published by the Luxemburger Wort.
The participation exemption is one of the most important features of the Luxembourg tax system. It provides a 100% exemption on dividends and capital gains which stem from equity investments. The brochure explains the rules in detail.
KPMG is pleased to present its updated sixth edition of the Luxembourg Regulated Investment Vehicles brochure, incorporating the recent changes in the legal and regulatory environment.
The AIFMD will have a significant re-shaping effect on the alternative investment fund industry in Europe and beyond.
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In transition: The future of the supplier industry
Edition 1/2014 of the AutomotiveNow magazine presents current concepts and new ideas which demonstrate how the automotive suppliers are dealing with the impending upheavals in the automotive industry. Cooperative ventures might be the solution to survive.
“Suppliers must have a presence in the places where their customers are located. They must adapt their products specifically for different regions, markets and segments. And they must set themselves apart from their competitors, not only in terms of cost and quality but also in terms of service. The ones who take this advice to heart should be able to hold their own in the race for the best solutions in the key disciplines of comfort, safety and energy efficiency.”
– Mathieu Meyer, KPMG Global Head of Automotive
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