Strategically located in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg offers numerous advantages for your business and investments.
For more than two decades Luxembourg’s economy has grown consistently, with strong growth and surpluses in the trade balance, low unemployment and inflation, in a stable and innovative environment for both business and consumers, repeatedly surpassing the performance of neighboring countries.
Thanks to fast and flexible action by both the Luxembourg Government and the private sector, it was possible to maintain stability during the global economic and financial crisis.
The country has the highest per capita income of the OECD, growth in employment in the financial sector and an internal banking system that remains well capitalized, according to international standards.
The credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s upgraded Luxembourg to AAA in 2013.
In Luxembourg, taxation of income from abroad is reduced based on numerous double taxation treaties, including Brazil.
Founding member of the European Union, Luxembourg is Europe’s largest financial center and the second largest in the world. It is a leading financial center for investment funds and private banking, as well as an attractive center for companies seeking to expand their business in the Euro zone. Luxembourg offers a wide range of investment tools and solutions for fund managers, high income individuals and family offices.
The country is widely used in incorporating companies with cross-border transactions. Thanks to its progressive and adaptive approach to tax legislation, Luxembourg is a beneficial country for the incorporation of an international company.
The legal and fiscal framework in the Grand Duchy is one of the most attractive aspects for companies seeking a location for their corporate headquarters.
The country has developed favorable tax regulations for both legal entities and individuals.
The country also has a highly skilled and multicultural workforce, meeting the needs of investors who need to do business abroad.