How to mitigate the Net Wealth Tax? Practical aspects

12 December 2019

Is the (minimum) Net Wealth Tax (NWT) provision computed properly? If the NWT charge is significant, how could it be reduced? Do you take the necessary actions from a tax and legal standpoints in order to apply for the NWT reduction?

Join us for a presentation and Q&A related to the mitigation of the NWT in practice



08:30 AM : Welcome breakfast

09:00 AM : Presentation

  • NWT: Computation and tax optimisation
  • Minimum NWT
  • Reduction of the NWT: tax and legal aspects
  • Q&A

10.00 AM : Coffee with experts


Meet and greet our experts
Jean-Michel Hamelle Partner - Head of Tax & Accounting, Grant Thornton Luxembourg. Jean-Michel has significant experience in dealing with the Luxembourg direct and indirect tax authorities. He is specialised in providing international direct and indirect tax services to companies in the financial, industrial and real estate sectors.
Mélina Rondeux International Tax Director, Grant Thornton Luxembourg. Mélina is specialised in providing tax accounting, advisory and compliance services as well as international tax planning. Her sector of experience is mainly financial institutions, commercial companies and insurance companies.

Practical details

Date: Thursday 12 December 2019 from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM

Entrance: Free breakfast included - registration required

Parking: Parking places available in the underground

Registration: before 10 December 2019


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