Allen & Overy S.C.S.

33, Avenue J.F. Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg
URL: http://www.allenovery.com

Allen & Overy is an international legal practice working in 39 offices worldwide. Allen & Overy S.C.S. deals with all types of domestic and cross-border transactions, from local matters to pivotal international transactions. Our lawyers advise banks, asset managers, private equity houses, insurance and reinsurance companies, blue chip companies, Luxembourg based companies, governmental authorities and public entities, and we are the chosen legal partner for many organisations with international or European headquarters in Luxembourg. The combination of our international network and sound local knowledge enables us to provide our clients with a consistent and first rate service. That means giving them intelligent advice in banking, capital markets, competition, corporate, intellectual property, insurance law, investment and pension funds, labour law, real estate and tax. Beyond technical expertise, our clients appreciate our commercially astute approach and the way we find practical solutions to their problems, including access to pioneering know-how services. For contentious matters, our litigation lawyers represent clients before all Luxembourg courts, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the Benelux Court of Justice.

Legal employee count :


Function :

Legal Counsel

Main Practices :[ infos ]

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

Practices details :

Antitrust and EU - Employment and Benefits - Environment and Climate Change - Finance - Insurance - Intellectual Property - Litigation and Dispute Resolution - M&A and Corporate - Real Estate - Regulatory - Restructuring and Insolvency - Tax

Region :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Recruiter :

Mrs. Claire Danda (Legal Recruitment Coordinator)
Fax: +352 44 44 55 222

Manager :

Mr. Marc Feider (Senior Partner)
Fax: +352 44 44 55 222

Press :

Ms. Alina Golovkova (Public Relations & Marketing Specialist)
Fax: +352 44 44 55 222

No open vacancies

Allen & Overy assists Nordea in Nordea/UBS transaction: completion announced

Allen & Overy has advised Nordea Bank S.A. on the sale of part of Nordea’s Luxembourg-based private banking business to UBS Europe SE. Completion was announced on 15 October 2018, further to the signing of the agreement on 25 January 2018.

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Allen & Overy wins ‘Most Innovative Law Firm’ Award at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards

Allen & Overy has been named as the ‘Most Innovative Law Firm in Europe’ for a record sixth time at the prestigious Financial Times Innovative Lawyer Awards. 

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Frank Mausen et Patrick Mischo prennent les rênes d’Allen & Overy Luxembourg

Allen & Overy Luxembourg annonce l’entrée en fonction de sa nouvelle équipe dirigeante ; Patrick Mischo en tant que Senior Partner et Frank Mausen en tant que Managing Partner prendront la tête du bureau luxembourgeois avec effet au 1er mai 2018. 

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Allen & Overy supports the Work Readiness Programme of Dress for Success

On Wednesday 10 January 2018, as a partner of the Graduation Dress for Success “Work Readiness Programme” event, the Pro-Bono Committee of Allen & Overy Luxembourg was honoured to host the graduation ceremony at Allen & Overy’s office. 

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Transitional measures for the Luxembourg financial sector in relation to a hard Brexit The Bill of Law (7401)

?On 31 January 2019, the Ministry of Finance has submitted a bill of law to the Luxembourg Parliament (the Bill 7401) as regards the measures to be taken in relation to the Luxembourg financial sector in the case of the exit of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) without the conclusion of an agreement (Hard Brexit).

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New reporting obligation for payment service providers

By a circular 18/704 of 17 December 2018 (the Circular 18/704), the Luxembourg regulator of the financial sector, the Commission de surveillance du secteur financer (the CSSF) formally endorsed the Guidelines of the European Banking Authority (EBA) 

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Interesting changes in relation to applicable cooperation requirements with the Luxembourg Financial Intelligence Unit

Professionals subject to the law of 12 November 2004 relating to the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing, as amended (the AML Law) (the Professionals) should be aware of a few changes introduced by the law of 10 August 2018 reforming, among others, the organisation of the Luxembourg Financial Intelligence Unit (Cellule de Renseignement Financier, the FIU). 

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Tax Treatment of virtual currencies

Following decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union1 and of the French Conseil d’Etat2 dealing with virtual currencies (e.g., bitcoin, ethereum), the director of the Luxembourg direct tax administration clarified the tax treatment applicable to virtual currencies in a circular issued on 26 July 2018 (the Circular).

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