Wildgen SA

69, Boulevard de la Pétrusse
L-2320 Luxembourg
URL: http://www.wildgen.lu

Since 1923, WILDGEN has been at the heart of law practice in Luxembourg. It is today one of the best known and well-respected law firms in Luxembourg, possessing a strong track record and continuing to offer sound technical expertise.


Client is at the core of our business

For decades now, we have served our clients as a full-service business law firm and we continue to assist them in achieving success with their goals. Our lawyers have years of experience in the industry sectors of our clients and facilitate the most complex financial procedures and transactions for them. Awarded on many occasions, our teams offer first-class service and a customer-focused approach to a wide range of professionals.

As a fully independent firm, we have an international network of experts that allows us to provide the very best advice in each circumstance and to avoid any conflicts of interest. The diversity of our clients pushes us to excel, because being responsible for their success is our main concern.


Excellence, client care and common sense drive our approach

We provide our clients with integrated services in

· Banking and Finance

· Dispute Resolution & Litigation

· Corporate Law

· Data Protection

· Employment & Pensions

· Insurance & Reinsurance

· Investment Funds

· Intellectual Property

· Technology, Media & Telecommunication

· Tax

At the demand of the market and of our clients, we have also developed niche areas of expertise and dedicated offerings. In addition, we have set up several foreign desks.

Legal employee count :


Function :

Legal Counsel

Main Practices :[ infos ]

I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work

Practices details :

Administrative Law - Aviation & Maritime - Banking & Finance - Capital Markets - Corporate Law - Employment & Pensions - Insolvency & Restructuring - Insurance & Reinsurance - Intellectual Property - Investment Funds - Islamic Finance - Litigation & Arbitration - Mergers & Acquisitions - Private Equity & Venture Capital - Real Estate – Securitisation - Tax

Region :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Recruiter :

Mrs. Catherine de Rosa (Chief Human Resources Officer)
Tel: +352 40 49 60 1
Fax: +352 40 44 09
[email protected]

Manager :

No Contact

Press :

Mrs. Stéphanie Leclercq (Chief Marketing Officer)
Tel: +352 40 49 60 1
Fax: +352 40 44 09
[email protected]

No open vacancies

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