International companies

Handling cross-border complexity in the Brexit world

International companies operating in all economic sectors recognise Luxembourg as an exceptionally business-friendly environment at the geographic heart of the European Union, offering a stable legal, social and governmental framework, as well as access to an extensive network of bilateral tax treaties.

In an increasingly challenging political, regulatory and legal environment – in many cases exacerbated by the potential impact of Brexit – international companies require multi-disciplinary legal advice regarding multiple facets of their operations and organisation. Our clients can draw upon the skills of lawyers throughout Arendt’ practice areas and benefit from our comprehensive and integrated approach to problem-solving.

In practice, this means we regularly advise international companies of all kinds on matters relating to transactions, tax, corporate finance, competition, securities, insurance, employment, corporate governance, regulation, compliance, intellectual property, data protection, e-commerce, electronic communications, media-related issues and litigation.

Whatever the need, our professionals have a track record of providing creative and practical legal solutions. Arendt’s teams can manage complex matters such as cross-border transactions and reorganisation processes, backed up by our representative offices abroad and an international network of top-tier independent law firms for multi-jurisdiction issues.

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