International Taxes: EU Direct Tax Group

EUDTG is PwC’s pan-European network of EU law experts. We specialise in all areas of direct tax, including the fundamental freedoms, EU directives and State aid rules. You will be only too well aware that EU direct tax law is moving quickly, and it’s difficult to keep up. But, it is crucial that taxpayers with an EU or EEA presence understand the impact as they explore their activities, opportunities and investment decisions.

Our newsalerts are designed to keep you up to date on landmark ECJ judgments and opinions, as well as EU and national developments in Europe in the field of direct taxation and state aid.

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EU tax news is a free bimonthly newsletter with summaries of all the relevant ECJ and national court cases and decisions, and EU policy initiatives related to EU direct tax law and state aid. The newsletter is prepared by members of PwC's EU direct tax group (EUDTG) from across Europe.

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Claudio Valz 

Zlata Elksnina

Kristina Krisciunaite 

Alina Macovei

Edward Attard

Hein Vermeulen

Steinar Hareide

Agata Oktawiec

Leendert Verschoor

Mihaela Mitroi

Todd Bradshaw

Lana Brlek

Carlos Concha

Elisabeth Bergmann

Armin Marti

Jonathan Hare 

PwC's EUDTG has established a Technical Committee. Its purpose is to provide guidance to PwC's Network of Firms on the application of European Union law. 

The Technical Committee is composed of the following members: 

  • Juergen Luedicke (Chair) - PwC Germany
  • Björn Bodewaldt (Secretary) - PwC Germany
  • Edward Attard - PwC Malta
  • Frederik Boulogne - PwC Netherlands / Singapore
  • Sjoerd Douma - PwC Netherlands
  • Jonathan Hare - PwC United Kingdom
  • Richard Jerabek - PwC Austria
  • Bob van der Made - PwC Netherlands / Brussels
  • Emmanuel Raingeard - PwC France
  • Hein Vermeulen - PwC Netherlands 

The Technical Committee is chaired by Juergen Luedicke and can be contacted via its Secretary Björn Bodewaldt

It is unlawful in the European Union to provide State Aid to undertakings without prior authorization by the EU Commission. If no such authorization has been granted, the aid may be recovered subject to a time limit of 10 years. Our EU-wide State Aid Working Group helps our clients identify and proactively manage EU State Aid risks.

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