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The European Company (SE) in Luxembourg: An interesting tool for international growth or European hub - An opportunity under Brexit

By Catherine Cathiard(1), Avocat aux Barreaux de Paris et de Luxembourg, Etude WILDGEN   Brexit legal and tax consequences can only be fully assessed after the negotiations between UK and EU have been finalised. In the meantime, there is a necessity to currently measure potential outcomes and to consider to reorganize the group’s corporate organization to face the future situation. Luxembourg stands among a number of European cities prepared to be a host country for companies which consider to move away from the UK in order to maintain their access to the European Union markets, and to keep their advantages of being implemented within the European Economic Area (EEA).   The interest for the status of the European Company (Societas Europaea or...
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