Legal & Compliance - Corporate Officer

Legal & Compliance - Corporate Officer
Region: Luxembourg
Required experience: One year
Environment: Company
Contract: Permanent position (Full-time)

Company description

Revantage Europe is supported by a leading alternative investment firm yet still maintains our start-up spirit and nimbleness. We focus on tangible results and our people have a hands-on role in delivering those results across disciplines. Our identity and spirit are supported by our culture, which is driven by passion for igniting change and strong service orientation.

Located at the center of Europe, the Luxembourg office is home to talent from across the world. Together with our London and Amsterdam offices, we make up 40 different nationalities and celebrate our focus on diversity and inclusion. We are deeply people-oriented and invest in creating positive work environments. Our low employee turnover rate is proof that our extra-care approach is working.


  • Managing the legal and corporate requirements of your own portfolio of real estate investments throughout Europe consisting of roughly 150 - 200 entities both from the entities’ corporate governance aspect, as well as the perspective of the documentation pertaining to the tax structuring of the investment;
  • Drafting, reviewing and coordinating the execution of legal and corporate documents (intragroup financing, distributions, Annual Accounts, corporate approvals, property documentation, etc.);
  • Cooperating with internal Departments, as well as external asset management, legal, tax and other advisors on domestic and cross-border corporate or real-estate transactions;
  • Ensuring companies’ transactions comply with corporate law and regulations;
  • Contributing to regular regulatory reporting under EU Law, such as DAC6 or depository reporting;
  • Actively participating in the numerous initiatives and trainings of the L&C team;
  • Using various tools or databases towards the digitisation of the documentation and data maintenance.


What You Bring To The Role

  • At least 1-3 years’ experience in a legal/corporate department of a fiduciary/law firm/in house legal or corporate position in Luxembourg;
  • Fluent English, any other language will be an advantage (especially German, French or Spanish);
  • Experience with open-ended or closed-end funds is an asset;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Total proficiency with MS Office standard applications;
  • Experience dealing with the Luxembourgish RCS and board meeting organization;
  • Knowledge of the corporate governance framework in Luxembourg;
  • Experience working with and maintaining strong professional links with lawyers, auditors, notaries, service providers;
  • Ability to work independently as well as be a team player;
  • Able to take direction and ask questions;
  • Strong organizational skills;
  • Attention to detail;
  • Resourcefulness and flexibility.

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