In all industries, indirect taxes levied on goods and services play an increasingly important role. Whether your line of business is international trade, financial services, investment management, real estate or whether you operate in another sector, indirect taxation affects your business. We help you to be in control.
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Being in control and managing your indirect tax position is key to the success of your business. You need to be informed on legislation and regulatory changes and in a position to handle audits and disputes, while being compliant at all times.
In each sector of industry indirect tax plays an increasingly important role. Whether you are active in international trade, real estate or only on a national basis, Indirect taxation effects your business. Being in control of and managing your indirect tax position is key nowadays.
Our indirect tax team’s specialisations
International trade (VAT, customs & excise duties, but also an increasing area of regulatory rules such as export controls and economic sanctions). Real estate, Financial institutions & non-profit, Dispute handling (audits and disputes), Planning and strategy and Compliance. Our experts have the skills and knowledge to explore opportunities for your business in this area. With our civil law colleagues we work in close collaboration to provide you with tailor-made solutions that suit your business.
Understanding your business
Due to the constantly changing landscape and increasing importance of indirect tax, attention and monitoring the indirect tax position is essential. As we are involved in these matters on a daily basis and have knowledge about the specifics of various industry sectors, our indirect tax team is your sparring partner to ensure the optimization of your indirect tax position and the attention it deserves. We have developed tools like scans, sample methods and benchmark inquiries, for various types of situations to investigate if you are in control.
HélèneBourleauAttorney at law Associate
Hélène Bourleau is a member of the Indirect Tax Practice Group in Belgium and of the Italian Desk. She is an associate in our Brussels office and focusses on indirect tax matters.T: +32 2 773 23 83 E: email@example.com
BertGeversAttorney at law Local Partner
Bert Gevers is a local partner in our Brussels office. He heads of the Loyens & Loeff Indirect Tax Practice Group in Belgium, is a core member of the Corporate Investigations Team and co-heads the Food and Beverages Team.T: +32 2 743 43 18 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
JochenVankerckhovenAttorney at law Associate
Jochen Vankerckhoven is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Indirect Tax Practice Group and of the Automotive Team in Belgium. He is an associate in our Brussels office.T: +32 2 743 43 68 E: email@example.com