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 Société coopérative presents its 2015 Transparency Report, as required by Article 73 of the Luxembourg Law of 18 December 2009 on the audit profession.
A company’s externalities have, historically, had little or no impact on its cash flows or risk profile. For this reason, externalities have been largely excluded from the measurement of corporate value.
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 2015 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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Luxembourg has bilateral tax treaties with all EU Member States* and with a number of other countries, including almost all OECD Member States. This network of tax treaties is constantly being expanded.
* Treaty with Cyprus is pending
Below map shows the treaties in force as well as those currently pending ratification. CLICK on the respective country for treaty details*.
* Please refer to the country list for Monaco, San Marino and Seychelles
13. Czech Republic
22. Hong Kong
28. Isle of Man
55. San Marino
56. Saudi Arabia
61. South Africa
62. South Korea
64. Sri Lanka
70. Trinidad & Tobago
73. United Kingdom
74. United Arab Emirates
87. New Zealand
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