Training Session

Thursday
Apr 29, 2021
10:00 AM

To

Thursday
Apr 29, 2021
12:00 PM
Where ?
N/A
This is an online training
Who ?
Speakers
Sophie Richard
Alexandra Clouté

Objectives

The law of 25 March 2020 (or “DAC 6 Law”) introduces the reporting to the tax authorities of certain information on reportable cross-border arrangements by intermediaries or the taxpayer in certain circumstances.

This online training session allows the attendees to get an overview of the assessment of cross-border arrangements as well as the reporting obligations regarding the reportable cross-border arrangements and to address their questions to the experts.

Content

  • Background information on administrative cooperation requirements
  • Persons liable to the reporting
  • Identification of reportable cross-border arrangements
  • Information disclosed and practical consequences

Speakers

Sophie Richard (Senior Tax Knowledge Management Lawyer, Arendt & Medernach),
Alexandra Clouté (Senior Associate, Tax Law, Arendt & Medernach).

Target Group

Employees and executives, legal officers, corporate lawyers who would like to familiarise themselves with DAC 6 Law.

Duration

2 hours.

Language

English.

Price

€300

 

For any information, please contact us by e-mail institute@arendt.com

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Alexandra Clouté

Alexandra Clouté is a Senior Associate in the Tax Law practice of Arendt & Medernach. She advises on the national and international tax aspects of private equity transactions and international real estate investments, as well as the structuring of regulated and unregulated investment funds. Alexandra has experience in all areas of Luxembourg income tax law, with an emphasis on corporate taxation. She also advises clients on issues arising out of the implementation of and need for ongoing compliance with the automatic exchange of information regulations (e.g. DAC 6, FATCA and CRS). Alexandra is a member of the Luxembourg Bar. Alexandra holds a Master's degree in business and tax law from the ...

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