What are the general rules regarding the foreign exchange under LuxGaap?
What are the most common accounting policies applied under LuxGaap in that respect?
These are many questions you may ask yourself.
This training gives an overview of the Luxembourg accounting framework based on concrete examples in order to provide you with the practical knowledge you will need to know for the accounting of basic and specific operations.
This course also covers the related principal tax aspects.
Price: 300.00 €
Language: English, also available in French
Number of participants: max. 20
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
2. Accounting policies
3. Specific operations
4. Tax aspects
5. Practical cases
This training is coordinated by Alexandre Leleux, Partner in the accounting and tax compliance practice of PwC Luxembourg and Damien Brunet, Senior Manager in the Accounting Technical Team, in charge of the Luxembourg GAAP trainings.
The training will be presented by experts in the accounting field.
Alexandre is a partner of our ECF practice, active in the accounting and tax compliance of International Tax Structures, Operational companies, Real Estate and Private Equity sector. He has over 16 years of experience in audit and accounting.
His primary area of expertise is the preparation of financial statement under Lux GAAP, conversion from GAAP to GAAP and preparing various reporting (CSSF, BCL,...) to ensure the accounting compliance of operational companies, management companies and international and private equity structures.
He is also the head of the Lux GAAP technical team of PwC Luxembourg advising multinational clients on the accounting queries from tax, audit and advisory departments of PwC Luxembourg and other PwC offices.
He is also member of the editorial Board of ACE, an accounting, tax and audit professional magazine in Luxembourg.
Damien is a Senior Manager in the accounting and tax compliance practice of PwC Luxembourg and the coordinator of the Luxembourg Technical Accounting Group where he deals on a day to day basis with complex LuxGAAP transactions. He is also responsible of the eAccounts solution, a PwC’s online tool for the preparation and filing of annual accounts. He is Certified Chartered Accountant in Luxembourg and Chartered Accountant in France. He is also the President of the training’s Commission at the OEC.
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