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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)
Fax: 352 44 22 55
careers@elvingerhoss.lu

Manager :

Mrs. Manou Hoss (Partner)
Fax: 352 44 22 55
manouhoss@elvingerhoss.lu

Press :

Mr. Cédric Delahaye (Marketing & Communication Manager)
Tel: +3524466445026
Fax: 352 44 22 55
cedricdelahaye@elvingerhoss.lu

No open vacancies

Silicon Valley-based Founder Institute launched newest Chapter at Elvinger Hoss Prussen in Luxembourg with 35 Founders
13/02/2019

The Founder Institute (www.fi.co/s/luxembourg), the world’s premier idea-stage accelerator and startup launch program, announced today that it officially launched its newest chapter in Luxembourg together with Elvinger Hoss Prussen and other partners.

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4 New Counsels at Elvinger Hoss
02/07/2018

The partners of Elvinger Hoss Prussen are delighted to announce the promotion of Anne-Laure MollardLaetitia ServaisCéline Wilmet and Thomas Göricke

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Elvinger New York opening
12/06/2018

The partners of Elvinger Hoss are pleased that the opening of Elvinger New York, will allow them to further follow their clients in their expansion into the U.S. and European markets.

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Gary Cywie joins Elvinger Hoss Prussen
26/02/2018

The partners of Elvinger Hoss Prussen are delighted to announce that they have appointed Gary Cywie as Counsel. He joins the firm on 26 February 2018.

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Register of beneficial owners: New Grand Ducal Regulation
08/03/2019

The 4th EU AML Directive1, as amended by the 5th EU AML Directive2, requires each Member State of the EU inter alia to establish registers of beneficial owners (“RBO”) in respect of corporate and other legal entities incorporated within its territory.

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VAT Circular on transactions between related parties
06/03/2019

On 19 January 2019, the Luxembourg VAT authorities published Circular 790(“Circular”) to clarify Article 28 paragraph 3 of the Law of 12 February 1979 (“VAT Law”) on transfer pricing.

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Brexit: New Luxembourg Bill of Law
01/03/2019

On 31 January 2019, the Luxembourg Government submitted Bill 7401 to the Luxembourg Parliament regarding measures to be taken in relation to the Luxembourg financial sector in the case of the UK leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement

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Brexit : Delegation and UK temporary regimes
01/03/2019

On 25 January 2019, the CSSF published a Press Release 19/05 on the delegation of investment management/portfolio management and/or risk management activities to undertakings in the United Kingdom ("UK") and the temporary permissions regime in the UK.

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