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By Estefania Rizzo
As the uncertainty around Brexit continues, questions remain about the future of personal data. What precautions must be taken before sending data to the UK?
By Frederic Selleslagh
On 10 February 2016, Luxembourg and Senegal reinforced their co-operation on an international level by signing a double tax treaty.
By Dee Ruddy
Although the AIFMD is still somewhat in its youth, this key asset management Directive contains a review clause that required the European Commission to start to review the application and scope
By Gabrielle Jaminon
On the 25th of January 2019, the CSSF issued Press Release 19/05 addressing the delegation of investment management and/or risk management activities to undertakings ...
By Gabrielle Jaminon
As from 1 February 2019, the documents as listed in the annex of Circular 19/708 can only be transmitted to the CSSF by electronic means.
By Gabrielle Jaminon
On 11 January 2019, the CSSF issued a press release (19/03) to communicate its joint statement, together with the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI)
By Katerina Buresova
In my last article I discussed impairment considerations regarding the new IFRS standard—IFRS 16 Leases ...
By Katerina Buresova
As we've seen over the last few months, IFRS 16 has brought about a lot of changes to the existing treatment of leases, especially for lessees
By Laurent De La Vaissiere
David Ferbrache, chief technology officer in KPMG's cyber security practice, has highlighted ten cyber security trends we can expect to see in 2019.
By Louis Thomas
The latest European Family Business Barometer has recently been released, revealing that family businesses are optimistic and are preparing for further growth.
By Louis Thomas
The EU Council has proposed a new EU directive to protect whistleblowers who report EU law breaches.[1] The current draft of this directive was passed by the European Parliament's legal
By Michael Ayachi
On 21 March 2018, the EU Commission presented two Proposals for Council Directives specifically targeting the digital economy.
By Estefania Rizzo
With a little bit of hindsight on GDPR's enforcement date of 25 May 2018, we can now see a real pattern: most organisations developed their compliance programs in two phases, one before and one after the "go-live".
By Catalina Nuta
The world to leave behind is one of unsustainable, high-emissions practices.
By Jean Kizito
As tax specialists will already know, operational taxes are a crucial area for compliance matters nowadays.
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