Luxembourg

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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 40 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

"We had many situations where we needed time to get new solutions and it was always possible to sit down and think about what we do."

Chambers Europe 2017, Corporate / M&A chapter

Noted for its offering of premium tax assistance across all Benelux countries, with a focus on private equity work. Also advises on global deals, often in conjunction with leading firms in other jurisdictions. Involved in tax structuring for both asset managers and their investment funds, covering transactional and advisory matters.

Chambers Europe 2019, Tax chapter

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17.05.2022 LU law
New CSSF Circular on UCI administrators

Articles - The CSSF published on Monday 16 May 2022 the Circular 22/811 on UCI administrators to clarify the CSSF current requirements by specifying the principles of sound governance and the CSSF expectations on internal organisation and good practices.

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06.04.2022 EU law
New RCS filing formalities

Articles - Following up on the statement contained in its Public Notice [1] dated 1 October 2021 regarding upcoming changes, the Luxembourg Business Registers (“LBR”) issued an Explanatory Note [2] further detailing the new filing formalities and requirements soon to be applicable with respect to the Luxembourg Trade and Companies Register (“RCS”). You will find below a summary of the points addressed in these documents:

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30.03.2022 LU law
(R)evolution of the securitisation framework

Articles - On 4 March 2022, the law of 25 February 2022 amending the law of 22 March 2004 on securitisation (the 2004 Law) has been published. It entered into force on 8 March 2022. This is a welcomed (r)evolution in the securitisation operations in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg after 18 years of implementation of a tested and widely admitted legal framework.

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18.03.2022 LU law
Luxembourg real estate levy: Compliance obligations for Luxembourg investment vehicles

Articles - The Luxembourg tax authorities (“LTA”) released a new circular on 20 January 2022 (PRE_IMM n°1) (the “Circular”) regarding the real estate levy previously introduced by the Luxembourg law of 19 December 2020 (the “Law”).  As from 1 January 2021, a 20% real estate levy (the “Real Estate Levy”) applies to real estate income derived by certain Luxembourg tax opaque investment vehicles owning directly, or indirectly through tax transparent entities, real estate assets located in Luxembourg.

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