European Institutions

European Institutions

By understanding today’s challenging environment, KPMG is well-equipped and committed to providing long-term support to European Institutions.

By understanding today’s challenging environment and with a great deal of experience, ...

Luxembourg hosts several European Institutions, including the European Court of Justice, the European Court of Auditors as well as the European Investment Bank, and is as such a place where important decisions are taken. The challenges these institutions face are multiple, ranging from the constant modernization of the public sphere to important structural reorganization.


KPMG Luxembourg’s teams are composed of individuals from various EU countries who have a profound knowledge of how the European institutions operate and how EU policies alter the business environment. Through extensive coordination with the KPMG network present in 28 Member States, our teams are providing the necessary services in order to efficiently and effectively respond to the specific needs of the European Institutions. We are committed to support the EU in its aspiration to reinforce its accountability and transparency. Additionally, we seek to provide support to streamlining its internal processes and shape growth policies in a wide range of sectors from ICT to energy to climate change and infrastructure. By monitoring key EU legislative developments, we help our clients to understand complex regulatory and policy issues. We are also committed to harmonizing the goals of the private and public sectors by facilitating dialogue between the EU institutions and industry stakeholders.


Our services focus on assisting our clients to overcome these challenges, including:

  • Accountability of EU funding
  • Accounting & Financial reporting
  • Fraud detection and prevention
  • Digitalization/ICT Environment
  • Better Regulation/ Strategy and Policy advice
  • Technical Assistance, Capacity & Institutional Building

EU Country Profiles

KPMG's European Tax Centre publishes a yearly profile on tax systems.

 
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Evaluative study on the crossborder healthcare Directive (2011/24/EU)

The study analyses the functioning of the Directive by means of a number of evaluative questions, which may be grouped according to three main areas: reimbursement of cross-border healthcare, quality and safety of cross-border healthcare, and undue delay.

 
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EU Services

EU Services in Brussels is the main contact point for EU audit, tax & advisory

 
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