Luxembourg

6, rue Jean Monnet
2180 Luxembourg
Luxembourg

Luxembourg

From our office in the heart of Luxembourg’s financial district, our legal specialists offer services across the broad corporate and finance field.

Since opening in 2010, we have advised international companies investing in or through Luxembourg, as Luxembourg is a key jurisdiction in M&A and private equity transactions as well as for international group structuring. We also advise local companies in respect of their domestic needs.

We now have over 30 lawyers working in dedicated, multidisciplinary teams together with our other offices across the globe.

Our multilingual specialists can handle all aspects of our clients' legal needs in English, French, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Luxembourgish or Spanish. 

Market recognition

“They provide excellent service and their responsiveness is extremely quick.”

Chambers Europe 2018, Investment Funds chapter

The team to be "very responsive" and add that the lawyers "give clear answers to questions."

Chambers Europe 2018, Banking & Finance chapter

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Chambers and Partners Real Estate Global Practice Guide 2020 - Luxembourg chapter

Articles - Claire-Marie Darnand, Victorien Hémery, Johan Léonard, Tom Storck, Benjamin Marthoz, Audrey Jarreton and François Bernard have all contributed to the 2020 Chambers and Partners Real Estate Global Practice Guide, providing the Luxembourg chapter. 

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09.04.2020 LU law
Luxembourg introduces new State aid scheme for businesses affected by Covid-19

Short Reads - Following the Luxembourg government’s declaration of a state emergency on 28 March 2020 and as part of the new measures implemented in response to the unprecedented and unforeseeable consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, the country has adopted a new law in an effort to support businesses suffering financial consequences.

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03.04.2020 LU law
Bill of law on interest and royalties paid to non-cooperative jurisdictions

Short Reads - The Luxembourg Government proposes to introduce the non-deductibility of interest and royalties expenses of a Luxembourg taxpayer towards collective entities located in a blacklisted jurisdiction. This provision would be added through the amendment of article 168 of the Luxembourg Income Tax Law (LITL) through a bill of law that was introduced by the Government on 30 March.

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