The structure of the economy is changing constantly. At the same time, the rules of the game are becoming increasingly more complicated and demand new approaches. One secret of business success is staying on top of changing conditions in order to seize opportunities and guard against risks.

Helping you take control of your taxes

Tax is an integral part of life for every organization and individual. To ensure they are managed successfully, tax issues need to be planned for and actively dealt with as part of the core of any business activity rather than later at the periphery. This is our approach at KPMG in Luxembourg, whether you are a large multinational, a dynamic national company, a partnership or a private client.

Our team of 200 dedicated tax professionals advises our clients in Luxembourg and across the world. Not only do we actively assist with cross border projects, there are few issues or locations where our global tax resources cannot help you.

Multidisciplinary and Multinational Team Approach

Whether you are a business or an individual, we assemble a team of specialists to help achieve your objectives. We use our in-depth technical tax knowledge and our broader understanding of how tax fits into the wider business picture to help clients meet their compliance responsibilities and act on planning opportunities.

We are able to assemble multidisciplinary teams of professionals, drawing on the dedicated resources across KPMG's global network of member firms. Our people operate within industry groups, giving you access to advisors who understand your tax issues specific to your business and skillfully employ modern technology to gather and manage the pertinent data.


Get in touch with KPMG


Georges Bock

Sébastien Labbé

Head of Tax

Tel. +352 22 51 51 - 5565

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