Loyens & Loeff CVBA

Neerveldstraat 101-103
URL: http://www.loyensloeff.be

Loyens & Loeff is a leading, independent full service law firm offering integrated legal and tax advice. Loyens & Loeff has over 900 lawyers, tax advisors and civil law notaries in its offices throughout the Benelux and the world's major financial centers, including 100 lawyers in its Belgian office. Loyens & Loeff offers a broad range of legal and tax services, mainly to corporate clients, in areas such as corporate law and M&A, tax law, commercial law, banking & finance law, real estate law, public and administrative law, employment law, pensions law, employee benefits, IP/IT law, competition law, energy law, regulatory affairs and dispute resolution. Loyens & Loeff's expertise stretches across borders. In order to satisfy the international demand for advisory services. Loyens & Loeff cooperates closely with prominent law firms in Europe, Asia, North America and Africa. Loyens & Loeff can offer its clients top-level advice worldwide, and is proficient in seamlessly structuring and handling domestic and international matters.

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I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work

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Automotive Banking & Finance Commercial Law Competition Law Corporate and M&A Data Protection Dispute Resolution Employment, Compensation & Benefits, Pensions Energy Fashion & Textile Food & Beverages IP IT Marketing Law Media Private Client Real Estate Tax VAT

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Recruiter :

Mrs. Cynthia Loontiens (Human Ressources)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 43

Manager :

Mr. Marc Vermylen (Managing Partner)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 15

Press :

Mrs. Karine Léon (Communiaction & Marketing Manager)
Tel: +32 (0) 2 743 43 43

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GDPR Survey Results - Where does your company stand?

From 18 April until 5 May 2017, Loyens & Loeff carried out a survey in order to better understand how companies are preparing for the entry into force of the EU General Data Protection Regulation “GDPR”, applicable as from May 25, 2018.

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Loyens & Loeff prepares for expansion in Switzerland

 On May 18, 2017, Loyens & Loeff celebrated the move into a new office in Zurich. The move marks the next step in the expansion of its high-end tax, legal and regulatory capabilities in Switzerland. Loyens & Loeff is a leader in the area of cross-border tax advice and was awarded the prestigious “Who’s Who Legal Law Firm of the Year Award for Corporate Tax” for the 2nd year in a row last Monday. 

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Holding Regimes 2017 - Comparison of Selected Countries

We are pleased to present the digital version of the 2017 edition of the Loyens & Loeff publication Holding Regimes.

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New partners at Loyens & Loeff in Brussels

Loyens & Loeff has appointed eight associates to join as partner on 1 January 2017. Four of them belong to the Brussels office. With the appointment of these eight partners, the number of partners globally will rise to 110.

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UBO register: deadline for registration postponed

The Federal Public Service Finance (hereafter: FPS Finance) has published Frequently Asked Questions (hereafter: FAQ) to clarify the new Belgian UBO register for the registration of ultimate beneficial owners (hereafter: UBO) of Belgian companies and foundations.


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September is ending. Flexibility isn’t.

The Belgian labour market is becoming more flexible every day. Working time, remuneration and organisational structure are evolving. The thematic leaves cannot stay behind, and this also applies to parental leave.

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New thresholds for gifts granted to employees

Employers can grant their employees at special occasions gifts in kind, or in cash or in the form of gift vouchers. These gifts do not qualify as salary subject to social security contributions and income taxes.

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Two Belgian Acts implementing / supplementing the GDPR adopted

The process for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is occurring in two phases in Belgium.

The first phase was the reform of the former “Privacy Commission” into a full-fledged investigative and sanctioning authority:

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