Dayana focuses on the setup of alternative investment vehicles and advises clients on matters relating to the structuring, regulatory, and organisational aspects, including corporate and operational matters, of investment fund vehicles, such as SIFs, SICARs, RAIFs, partnership structures, and various types of unregulated investment structures. Her key areas of expertise include private equity, real estate, infrastructure, private debt funds, and fund of funds. Dayana also advises Luxembourg AIFMs, central administrations, and depositaries on operational and regulatory matters.
Dayana holds a master’s degree in business and financial law from the University of Luxembourg (2006). She also obtained a certificate of completion for additional courses on Luxembourg law (CCDL) from the University of Luxembourg (2007).