CMS Luxembourg

3, rue Goethe
L-1637 Luxembourg
Grand Duché de Luxembourg
URL: http://www.cms-db.com

CMS Luxembourg provides premium legal and tax advice in one of the most important financial marketplaces in Europe. With its innovative financial instruments, its successful cooperation between the private and public sectors and its highly skilled workforce, CMS Luxembourg offers many opportunities for the development of your business activities. At CMS Luxembourg, we practise law with the expertise of a big firm but with the personal touch of a smaller organisation. We work together to provide tailor-made solutions for your needs. Our clients, which are experts in their particular fields, comprise individuals and high-profile listed and non-listed local and international companies across many different sectors (such as Banking, Private Equity, Insurance or Real Estate) with whom we build long-term relationships. Besides offering the assistance of experienced lawyers who specialize in Banking and Finance, Corporate and M&A, Tax, Investment Funds, Dispute Resolution and Employment and Pensions, CMS Luxembourg is your connection to a strong network of 3,000 experts worldwide, including cross-border groups of specialists across 17 sectors and areas of law. At CMS Luxembourg, we understand your risks and challenges, which makes us the provider of a service tailored to your concerns and needs.

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

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Recruiter :

Mrs. Olivia Cohrs (Human Ressources and Operations Manager)
Tel: +352 26 27 53 33
Fax: +352 26 27 53 53
[email protected]

Manager :

Mr. Julien Leclère (Managing Partner)
Tel: +352 26 27 53-1
Fax: +352 26 27 53 53
[email protected]

Press :

Mrs. Sarah Schleich (Business Developer)
Tel: +352 26 27 53-1
Fax: +352 26 27 53 53
[email protected]

No open vacancies

CMS Luxembourg joins forces with the LHoFT

Luxembourg-based international law firm CMS Luxembourg is proud to announce that it has joined forces with the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (LHoFT) as one of its associate partners

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CMS Luxembourg 2021 appointments and new joiners

CMS Luxembourg is pleased to announce the appointments of two Senior Counsels and one Counsel, and the promotions of five lawyers to Managing and Senior Associate positions effective from 1 February 2021.

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CMS advises the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund on the onboarding of new investors

In 2020, cornerstone investors including Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (“BGK”) and EximBank Romania, Poland and Romania’s respective national development finance institutions, jointly launched the Three Seas Initiative Investment Fund, 3SIIF, in cooperation with ten countries in Eastern Europe.

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CMS advises Blocktrade on its Securities Offering

Blocktrade is developing and operating an institutional-grade digital assets exchange that focuses on cutting-edge technologies, highest security standards, and excellent user experiences

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Upcoming new rules on pre-marketing and marketing of AIFs for Luxembourg AIFMs

The Regulation entered into force on 1 August 2019, except for certain articles relating to the requirements for marketing communications and the publication of national provisions concerning marketing requirements by national supervisory authorities. 

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Changes in the application of MiFID to Investment Fund Manager

On 10 June 2021, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) published an updated version of (i) its frequently asked questions (FAQ) on the Luxembourg Law of 17 December 2010 relating to undertakings for collective investment schemes

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Future EU Directive tackling shell companies - ATAD 3

Gradually, economic substance has become a key element in an international context and is relevant for the application of national tax laws and double tax treaties and avoid the application of national anti-abuse rules.

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Update on the proposed Non-Performing Loans Secondary Market Directive

In 2018, the European Commission adopted the proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on credit servicers and credit purchasers (the “Draft Directive”) with the aim of preventing the build-up of NPL’s

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