Thierry
Lesage

Partner

Thierry Lesage is a Partner in the Tax Law practice of Arendt & Medernach. He advises on both national and international tax issues. He is active on private equity, real estate and finance transactions.

He is a member of the Luxembourg Bar, the American Bar Association, the International Bar Association and the International Fiscal Association where he was appointed as national co-reporter for the 2003, 2005 and 2014 Congresses. Moreover, he is Vice-Chair of the fiscal commission of the Luxembourg Bankers' Association.

Prior to joining Arendt & Medernach, he worked as a tax manager with one of the Big Four firms and as head of the corporate tax department with a bank in Luxembourg.

Thierry Lesage holds a Master's degree in law from the Université de Liège (Belgium) as well as a Master's degree in fiscal law from the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium).

He is the co-author of the Luxembourg chapter of the International Guide to the Taxation of Holding Companies published by the IBFD (Amsterdam).

Thierry Lesage is recommended as tax lawyer in the major league tables including Best Lawyers, Legal 500 and Chambers Europe.

Languages: Dutch, English, French, Italian, reading knowledge of German.

25/04/2019
Luxembourg 2019 budget law introducing new tax measures passed

Amongst the set of new tax measures, the law provides for the reduction of the corporate income tax rate and the optional application of the new interest limitation rules at the level of fiscal groups.

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24/04/2019
Arendt Case Review #5 - April 2019 - Arendt Litigation Group

Information about recent decisions of the Luxembourg and/or European courts.
Egalement disponible en français ci-dessous.

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