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

"Stibbe is one of the best law firms in Luxembourg, with a small but efficient team"

Chambers Europe 2016, Private Equity chapter

"very commercial and responsive," while another appreciates its "sensible, helpful" approach.

Chambers Europe 2017, Banking & Finance chapter

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25.06.2019 LU law
The dawn of a new era of cross-border mobility within the EU?

Seminar - François Bernard, Senior Associate at Stibbe Luxembourg, will conduct a seminar in Luxembourg on 25 June in collaboration with Legitech on Directive proposal COM2018 (241 final) amending the cross-border merger regime currently enshrined in Directive (EU) 2017/1132 and introducing a new regime applicable to cross-border conversions and divisions.

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23.07.2019 LU law
The Revised CSSF Cloud Circular

Articles - On 27 March 2019, the Luxembourg supervisory authority for the financial sector (the Commission de surveillance du secteur financier or CSSF) published the long-awaited CSSF Circular 19/714 amending the CSSF Circular 17/654 on IT outsourcing relying on a cloud computing infrastructure (the Revised Cloud Circular).

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One year of GDPR - The regulatory warm-up

Short Reads - The first year of the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") is over. Although early noises predicted an entirely new data protection regime, the European legal framework did not change substantially, the major changes being an expansion of the territorial scope to non-EU countries and stronger powers of enforcement. In spite of fears and rumours of immediate enforcement and huge fines, most regulators focused on helping companies achieve compliance, or they enforced without directly imposing fines.

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