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Elvinger Hoss Prussen



Address:
2, Place Winston Churchill
L-1340 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
URL: http://www.elvingerhoss.lu

Independent in structure and spirit, Elvinger Hoss Prussen guides clients on their most critical Luxembourg legal matters.
Our firm was founded in 1964 by lawyers committed to excellence and creativity in legal practice. Since then, we have shaped a firm fit for one purpose; to deliver the best possible advice for businesses, institutions and entrepreneurs.
Delivering this responsive service, to an exceptional degree of precision, means working a little differently. Our partners are uncommonly supportive of clients and of each other; we form cross-border arrangements with peers based on the demands of each case; and our colleagues are unusually united around our values.
We are proud to play a unique role in the development of Luxembourg as a financial centre. And we welcome like minds to open opportunities for the future.

Legal employee count :

180


Function :

Lawyer
Support


Main Practices :[ infos ]


Civil
Tax
Litigation
Public
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work
Other


Practices details :

- Corporate,general commercial, banking, finance, securities and financial markets (COBAFI) (including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, tax and other areas of law); - Investment funds and other investment vehicles (including specific related tax and compliance issues); - Litigation (including arbitration, administrative law, property law, construction and labour law).


Region :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Other



Recruiter :

Mrs. Delphine Posson (Talent Acquisition Manager)
Tel: +352 44 66 44 0
Fax: 352 44 22 55
[email protected]

Manager :

Mrs. Manou Hoss (Partner)
Tel: +352 44 66 44 0
Fax: 352 44 22 55
[email protected]

Press :

Mr. C├ędric Delahaye (Marketing & Communication Manager)
Tel: +3524466445026
Fax: 352 44 22 55
[email protected]

No open vacancies

Promotions at Elvinger Hoss Prussen
05/07/2021

The partners of Elvinger Hoss Prussen are delighted to announce the promotions of Cheikh Ndiaye as Counsel and Florence Apostolou as Partner.

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Promotions at Elvinger Hoss Prussen
01/07/2020

The partners of Elvinger Hoss Prussen are delighted to announce the following promotions: Emmanue╠Çle de Dampierre (Counsel), Azadeh Djazayeri (Partner), Isabelle Gervais (Partner), Jeffrey Kolbet (Partner), Michel Marques Pereira (Counsel) and Namik Ramic╠ü (Partner).

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Thibaut Partsch joins Elvinger Hoss Prussen
08/01/2020

The partners of Elvinger Hoss Prussen are delighted to announce that Thibaut Partsch joined the firm as Partner in the asset management and investment funds practice.

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New Partner at Elvinger New York
25/06/2019

The partners of Elvinger Hoss Prussen would like also to congratulate Nicolas Fermaud for his promotion to Partner at Elvinger New York

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IT and cloud outsourcing: new notification regime
21/10/2021

On 14 October 2021, the CSSF published its new CSSF Circular 21/785 with regard to replacing the prior authorisation obligation with a prior notification obligation in the case of material IT outsourcing (the “Circular”)

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CSSF announces a new requirement for IFMs to make a performance fee declaration for Luxembourg regulated UCITS and AIFs they manage.
23/09/2021

By means of a press release dated 22 September 2021, the CSSF announces a new requirement for a performance fee declaration to be made as from 30 September 2021 on eDesk by IFMs for the Luxembourg regulated UCITS and AIFs they manage

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New prudential regime for investment firms
13/09/2021

Investment firms offer a variety of services and vary by their size, business model, risk profile and complexity. Considering that their activities and risk profiles were not always properly captured by the prudential framework resulting from the CRR/CRD IV regime

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New prudential regime for investment firms
06/09/2021

Investment firms offer a variety of services and vary by their size, business model, risk profile and complexity. Considering that their activities and risk profiles were not always properly captured by the prudential framework resulting from the CRR/CRD IV regime

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