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July/August 2019


Tax Relief



  • Sponsored by Deloitte Luxembourg
    Luxembourg’s stability and innovative culture has made it a global leader in the financial services sector. However, the greater interaction between the tax and regulatory dimension is creating complex tax governance and controversy challenges. Deloitte Luxembourg’s Ralf Heussner and Enrique Marchesi-Herce explore the impact BEPS changes will have on Luxembourg and its financial services sector
  • Sponsored by Deloitte Switzerland
    Swiss voters approved the Swiss tax reform and AHV Financing Bill. With headline tax rates of 12%-14% in most cantons, which can be reduced to as low as 9% with instruments such as the patent box, Switzerland will remain attractive to foreign investors.
  • Sponsored by EY Romania
    Four months after the European Commission (EC) requested Romania to lower its statute of limitation for additional customs liabilities from five years to three years, we have not identified any action from the Romanian authorities to comply with the request.