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Country of Admission
- Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Master 2 en Droit Financier Européen et International avec spécialisation en Droit Fiscal Européen et International (Master 2 (LL.M.) in European and International Financial Law with a specialisation in European and International Tax Law), 2015.
- Université du Luxembourg, Master 1 en Droit Financier Européen et International (Master 1 in European and International Financial Law), 2014.
- Université du Luxembourg, Bachelor en Gestion d’entreprise (Bachelor in Business Administration), 2011.
- Daniel Riedel specialises in Luxembourg and international tax law, advising corporations, partnerships and private individuals on a whole range of domestic and international tax issues in respect of corporate, private equity and finance-based transactions, including transfer pricing, litigation, tax reporting and tax compliance matters.
- Prior to joining the firm, Daniel gained experience working in the financial sector and as a Senior International Tax Consultant in a major tax and accounting services firm.
- Daniel regularly contributes to the Luxembourg tax doctrine, speaks at tax conferences in Luxembourg and abroad and is a visiting lecturer in tax law at the University of Lorraine and the University of Liechtenstein.
- International Fiscal Association (IFA)
- Association Luxembourgeoise d’Etudes Fiscales
- Association Luxembourgeoise des Juristes de Droit Bancaire (ALJB)
- Deutsche Steuerjuristische Gesellschaft (DStJG)
- International Bar Association (IBA)
- Luxembourg Capital Markets Association (LuxCMA) - Tax Working Group
- The Legal 500: Recommended lawyer in Tax
Oct 15, 2020
Newsflash | New Tax measures announced in 2021 Draft Budget Law
On 14 October 2020, the Luxembourg Finance Minister presented its presented 2021 draft Budget Bill (hereinafter the “Draft Law”), which includes a number of amendments to the Luxembourg tax system aff
Mar 16, 2020
OECD releases Transfer Pricing guidance on financial transactions
On 11 February 2020, the OECD released its first transfer pricing guidelines (“TP Guidance”) on financial transactions (OECD release) specifying how multinational companies should price intercompany f