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Johan Léonard and Roberto de Castro Mendonça write on taxation of crypto assets

Johan Léonard and Roberto de Castro Mendonça write on taxation of cry

Johan Léonard and Roberto de Castro Mendonça write on taxation of crypto assets

13.11.2020 LU law

Stibbe Luxembourg's tax lawyers Johan Léonard and Roberto de Castro Mendonça authored the Luxembourg chapter of the multi-jurisdictional book titled "Taxation of Crypto Assets".

​The publication, among the first of its kind, analyses the characteristics of crypto assets, including crypto currencies, and answers unprecedented questions regarding the tax policy approach of various States with respect to these emerging products. It also includes leading tax practitioners' solutions for the application of the existing fiscal framework in their jurisdiction to accommodate the novelty of these ever-developing items. 

Johan Léonard and Roberto de Castro Mendonça's contribution ​​​sheds light on ​the Luxembourg tax regime applicable to profit generated through crypto assets.

Please find mor​e information at this link​.​

Reproduced with permission from Wolters Kluwer. "Taxation of Crypto Assets", (published on November 30th, 2020; Edited by Niklas Schmidt, Jack Bernstein, Stefan Richter, Lisa Zarlenga).


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