Company Incorporation Luxembourg

The world’s wealthiest country by GDP and one of the smallest in size, Luxembourg provides a unique low-tax environment for international investors. It is also a founder member of the EU, a fact that sits oddly with its status as a tax haven.

The country is widely used in corporate structuring for cross border transactions, but due to its place in Europe’s political environment it is constantly adapting its tax legislation, to avoid adverse conflict with the tax authorities of other EU countries.

Due to its progressive and adaptive approach, Luxembourg is, and will remain, a beneficial country for international business structuring. As a result, Luxembourg’s tax laws frequently come under scrutiny from other EU states and are prone to change.

In order to fully capitalise on the many advantages of Luxembourg incorporation, talk to us about our range of Luxembourg company formation services, bank accounts and everything else you need to know about establishing a company in Luxembourg. We will steer you safely through Luxembourg’s complex tax regulations.

Company Formation FAQs

  • Is Luxembourg a low-tax environment for everyone?
  • What does the standard Luxembourg company formation structure look like?
  • How can I set up a low-tax company in Luxembourg?
  • What are the features of a 1929 Holding Company?
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  • How easy is it to recruit staff in Luxembourg?
  • What is the Luxembourg incorporation regulatory environment like?
  • Are there financial incentives available for those considering company registration Luxembourg?
  • How easy is it to close a Luxembourg company?
  • And what about banking facilities?

Branch and Subsidiary Information

Open a Branch in Luxembourg

Luxembourg has a range of incentives that make the country popular with foreign investors.

These include low tax rates, neutrality and a geographical position advantageous for trading with European and other overseas markets.

The parent company of the branch must obtain a trading permit from the Ministère des Classes Moyens before the branch can commence trading.

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Open a Subsidiary in Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a very attractive prospect to foreign investors looking to establish a subsidiary. The country is a multi-lingual business hub located in central Europe, with a developed infrastructure and one of the lowest tax rates in the EU.

There are also additional tax incentives for foreign investors. The setting up of businesses in Luxembourg is regulated by the Law of Commercial Companies and articles 1832 to 1873 of the Civil Code.

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