Today, tax compliance is more than simply submitting a correct tax return on time. In recent years much emphasis has been placed on transparency by the OECD and the EU in order to tackle ‘aggressive’ tax planning. In order to boost transparency, several measures have recently been implemented or will be implemented in the near future. Some of these measures will imply a greater degree of disclosure by companies and therefore an increase in the tax reporting obligations.
NatalieReypensAttorney at Law Partner
Natalie Reypens is a member of the Loyens & Loeff International Tax Services Practice Group and heads the Belgian Transfer Pricing Team. She is a partner in our Brussels office. She focuses on corporate and international tax law.T: +32 2 743 43 37 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
ChristianChéruyAttorney at Law Partner
Christian Chéruy is a partner of our International Tax Services Practice Group in Brussels. He also heads the Belgian Tax Controversy and Litigation Team. He is a former local managing partner and non-executive Chairman of the Loyens & Loeff Benelux Board.T: +32 2 743 43 03 E: email@example.com