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Lancelot Decaesstecker

Associate

CMS DeBacker
Chaussée de La Hulpe 178
1170 Brussels
Belgium
Languages Dutch, English, French

Lancelot specializes in tax law and focusses on corporate tax, VAT and international tax. Furthermore, he has a special interest in the tax aspects of digital transformation.

In addition to his position as a lawyer, Lancelot  attends the ‘Executive Master en Gestion Fiscale’ at Solvay Brussels School in order to further deepen his knowledge of the various aspects of tax law.

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Education

  • 2019 - Solvay Brussels School - ULB - Belgium (Executive Master en Gestion Fiscale - ongoing)
  • 2019 - Bar admission (Brussels, Belgium)
  • 2019 - University of Leuven, KU Leuven - Belgium (Master of Laws)
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Expertise

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28/05/2024
Pillar II – developments in Belgium
1.   New Belgian Pillar II law adoptedThe Belgian parliament adopted a new Pillar II law on 2 May 2024. This law, which replaces the previous version adopted on 19 December 2023, includes provisions...
07/12/2022
CMS Belgium advised Colliers on their acquisition of BelSquare
CMS Belgium advised Colliers, a global leader in diversified professional services and investment management, on the acquisition of a majority interest in the Belgian real estate advisor, BelSquare. The...
13/10/2022
Belgian budget approved: first overview of tax impact
08/04/2022
CMS advised Technology & Strategy, a company backed by the French private...
CMS advised Technology & Strategy (T&S), a European specialist in technology consulting (backed by the French private equity fund Ardian Expansion), in its acquisition of a majority stake in Intys, one...
12/05/2020
Interest deduction limitation: the impact of specific payment terms on...
07/04/2020
Coronavirus crisis: Preliminary draft law on urgent tax measures approved
30/03/2020
Coronavirus: crisis tax exemption for depreciations on trade receivables
12/12/2019
Belgian legislator adopts Act transposing Directive 2018/822 on cross-border...