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The Future of Funds Taxation - Domestic Law, Tax Treaties and EU Law

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Event date: Thursday, 17 November 2016 08:30 am - 06:30 pm
Place: University of Luxembourg - Salle Tavenas
102 avenue Pasteur
L-2310 Luxembourg


The world of taxation is changing on an international, European and national level. Impending reforms in the context of the OECD’s BEPS initiative, new EU tax legislation, and shifting administrative and judicial approaches to domestic and cross-border fund structures will have a significant impact on funds, putting pressure on business and on national legislatures alike to stay ahead.
Luxembourg’s regulatory and taxation framework for investment funds combines unique flexibility with legal certainty, making it Europe’s leading centre for investment funds. In light of their paramount importance to Luxembourg’s economy, this conference brings together academics and practitioners from Luxembourg, Europe and the US to share their expertise on questions arising from three different angles: national law and policy, European Union law, and international tax law.
Leading experts will give their insights on legal reforms in Luxembourg and Germany, the Commission’s state aid practice, non-discrimination rules applied to funds taxation, the Anti-Tax-Avoidance Directive, tax treaty protection of different CIVs, VAT treatment of funds and fund managers, and the consequences of the global drive towards exchange of information on existing cross-border investment structures.

Registration fee

EUR 150 to be transferred before 10 November to the University's bank account:

Bank wire details:
Université du Luxembourg
Banque et Caisse d’Epargne d’Etat (BCEE)
IBAN: LU36 0019 2355 9899 3000

Please note that your registration will only be valid once we receive the participation fee of EUR 150 on our account (indicating “R-AGR-0172-10-K” and your name as the purpose of payment). To allow time for processing, only payments made by 10 November 2016 will be accepted.

For further information, please contact: Michèle Gouverneur (michele.gouverneur@uni.lu)


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