Bruno
Gasparotto

Partner

Bruno Gasparotto is a Principal in the Tax Law practice of Arendt & Medernach where he specializes in VAT law, advising on both national and international issues where he focuses on the VAT aspects of financial transactions involving amongst others banks, SOPARFIS, investment funds and real estate companies. He also has extensive knowledge in the fields of industry, trading, retail and information technologies.

Since 2017, Bruno Gasparotto also offers his international VAT expertise to clients present in the UAE market, helping them to get ready for theimplementation of the GCC VAT system as from 2018.

Prior to joining Arendt & Medernach, he worked as a VAT manager within the Big Four firms and as head of the indirect tax department at the international level with Arcelor.

He is a member of the VAT working groups of the Luxembourg Investment Funds Association (ALFI) and of the Luxembourg Bankers’ Association (ABBL) as well as of the International VAT club.

Bruno Gasparotto holds a degree in consular commercial sciences from the Institut Catholique des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Brussels) as well as a degree in fiscal law from the Ecole Supérieure des Sciences fiscales (Brussels).

He is author of “TVA: focus sur l’actualité jurisprudentielle communautaire 2010 – 2013”, co author of “TVA Luxembourg - guide pratique” (from 2004 to 2013) as well as of many articles in various publications.

Bruno Gasparotto is not admitted to the Bar.

Languages: English, French.

24/07/2019
Rent free period and lease contracts: new VAT developments

The rent free period commonly granted in office lease contracts has been the source of much heated debate with the Luxembourg VAT authorities. Over the past few months two decisions made by the Luxembourg Tribunal might shed some light on this sensitive topic and a priori open t...

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04/02/2019
Brexit VAT notice issued by the Luxembourg authorities

The Luxembourg VAT authorities (AED) have published a short preparedness notice about the VAT related consequences of a British exit from the European Union (EU) without a withdrawal agreement as from 29 March 2019.

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