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By Stefan Kraiker
In den letzten Jahren ist eine stetige Verlagerung von Fondsvermögen aus aktiv gemanagten Fondsstrategien zu passiven Strategien zu beobachten.
By Gabrielle Jaminon
On 17 February 2017, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier ("CSSF"), together with the Financial Intelligence Unit ("FIU") have published a new circular...
By Hector Mercadier
For quite some time now, several governments have been issuing bonds with negative interest rates.
By Christelle Bousser
All public interest entities have to tender when required – there is no exception to the rule.
By Nic Müller
Ah, the mid-market. A source of pride for generations of entrepreneurial families and founder-managers.
By Philippe Neefs
On 22 December 2016 the Luxembourg Parliament passed article 56bis of the Luxembourg Income Tax Law (LITL).
By Christelle Bousser
How have the roles and responsibilities of audit committees ("ACs") changed in the wake of new regulation that has recently become effective?
By Louis Thomas
"From Germany recently came word of a spectacular and amazing development in the field of aeronautics—a flivver plane that is at the same time an automobile...
By Gilles Poncin
magine a company called myBEAUdi Apparel, a trendy clothing and accessories producer. Economic headwinds are getting stronger—and what's myBEAUdi Apparel going to do about it?
By Ekaterina Iuraga
From my vantage point in the KPMG Hub for Entrepreneurship (the Khube) I've seen plenty of FinTech companies working on making sense of the enormity of data being produced every day.
By Souleymane Yeo
On 23 November 2016, the Luxembourg Parliament passed draft law n° 6831 introducing a new type of company, the Société d'Impact Sociétal ("SIS").
By Konstanze Ziegler
The tax/VAT landscape in Luxembourg is changing, the new tax reform substantially increasing penalties for governance infringements.
By Gilles Poncin
My last article treated the topic of customer profitability—but this is just one dimension of profitability.
By Georges Bock
A blockchain (also called distributed ledger technology or DLT) is essentially a permanent and immutable record of transactions – in real time – within a network.
By Christelle Bousser
The law of 23 July 2016 on the audit profession and Regulation (EU) N° 537/2014 on specific requirements regarding the statutory audit of public interest entities extend the responsibilities...
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