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The Notional Interest Deduction - Still Under Scrutiny
Eager to cut the budget deficit, Belgium’s Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo has proposed several measures to curtail the notional interest deduction (NID). In addition, in its opinion of 26 January 2012, the European Commission urged Belgium to revise the manner in which the NID is calculated in order to prevent further violation of freedom of establishment (Articles 49 and 54 TFEU) and the free movement of capital (Article 63 TFEU).
European Union
27 Mar 2012
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Liability Of Rating Agencies
Since the start of the global financial crisis in 2008, rating agencies have attracted substantial attention and been at the forefront of a public debate.
Netherlands
24 Mar 2012
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Legislative Proposal Intervention Act
This newsletter discusses the legislative proposal for a Financial Institutions (Special Measures) Act (Wet bijzondere maatregelen financiële ondernemingen; "Intervention Act") that was submitted to the lower house of the Dutch Parliament on 26 October 2011 by the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Security and Justice.
Netherlands
22 Nov 2011
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Self-Regulatory Code For The Distribution Of E-Mail
In one of our previous newsletters we described the rules laid down in the Telecommunications Act regarding the sending of marketing information by e-mail.
Netherlands
15 Sep 2011
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An Update On Luxembourg Regulated Real Estate Investment Funds
With 2,208,198 billion euros of net assets under management in Luxembourg investment funds at the close of February 2011, Luxembourg is the single largest investment fund centre in the European Union, and second in the world after the United States.
Luxembourg
3 Aug 2011
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Proportionality Principle For Luxembourg Banks' Remuneration Requirements
Excessive and imprudent risk taking in the banking sector has led to the failure of many institutions, and regulators and governments have identified inappropriate remuneration policies as having wrongly incentivised such risks.
Netherlands
28 Apr 2011
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