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Arendt appoints four new Partners

These appointments underscore Arendt's commitment to further developing its strategy, aimed at providing clients with comprehensive guidance across all facets of their projects, sh…

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Ogier strengthens Luxembourg banking and finance team

Real estate and private equity specialist Delphine Gomes has joined Ogier's Banking and Finance team in Luxembourg as counsel, bringing more than a decade of experience in cross-bo…

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Baker McKenzie Luxembourg announces the arrival of Valérie Kopéra

Baker McKenzie Luxembourg announces the arrival of Valérie Kopéra as litigation counsel as of 1 February 2024.

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CSSF publishes updated money-laundering/terrorist financing …

On 7 February 2024, the Luxembourg supervisory authority for the financial …

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Draft law introducing measures for reviving building construction sector as from 2024 presented to Parliament

On 9 February 2024, a draft law introducing various measures to revive the building construction sector was published (the “Draft Law”). It follows an…

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The EU Parliament and Council reached an agreement on ESG rating

On 5 February 2024, the European Parliament (the Parliament) and the Council of the European Union (the Council) reached a provisional agreement on th…

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ESMA reports on impact-washing concerns around funds focused on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goa…

On 1 February 2024, the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) published an article on the efficiency of funds focused on the United Nations…

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The future of avoidance actions in Luxembourg: the potential impact of the proposed EU Directive on harmonisat…

While there is a certain alignment between the proposed EU Directive on harmonisation of insolvency law and Luxembourg law, Luxembourg legislation wil…

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Transparency Law | CSSF enforcement priorities

On 8 January 2024, the CSSF published a press release for the attention of issuers of securities subject to the law of 11 January 2008 on transparency…

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DLA Piper GDPR and Data Breach Survey 2024

2023 was a record year for GDPR enforcement with aggregate fines increasing by more than 14% to EUR 1.78bn and a new record fine of EUR 1.2bn levied a…

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On repeat but louder: the ACM’s 2024 priorities

On 23 January 2024, the Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) announced its 2024 priorities. They are the same for the fourth consecutive year (se…

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Financial services contracts concluded at a distance | New directive enters into force

The use of digital tools by consumers has been increasing at a rapid pace in recent years, including for the conclusion of financial services. It is i…

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Meal voucher reform: in force imminently

The revamp of meal vouchers in Luxembourg will have major repercussions for businesses. The aim is to modernise the meal voucher scheme and make it mo…

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DORA: first set of final level 2 rules for ICT and third-party risk management and incident reporting framewor…

The ESAs have published the first set of final draft technical standards under DORA aimed at enhancing the digital operational resilience of the EU fi…

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Arendt strengthens its Paris office

Adding a multidisciplinary team to the permanent presence in France

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CAA clarifications on the notion of insurance intermediary in the context of group insurance contracts

On 24 January 2024, the Commissariat aux Assurances (the “CAA”) released an information note regarding the notion of insurance intermediary in the con…

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ICT-related incident reporting – new CSSF Circular and Regulation

On 5 January 2024, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) issued Circular CSSF 24/847 (CSSF Circular). At the same time, the CSSF …

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New EBA guidelines to manage AML risks as part of the activities of crypto-asset service providers

EBA released guidelines amending ML/TF Risk Factors Guidelines to include crypto-asset service providers within its AML framework.

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Stibbe relocates Luxembourg office to Cloche d’Or district

Stibbe announces the upcoming relocation of its Luxembourg office to the iconic Emerald building in the Cloche d’Or district, effective 30 January 202…

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New law on public holidays

In 2019, Luxembourg introduced a new public holiday on 9 May to celebrate Europe Day, bringing the number of public holidays to 11.

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Directors' fees are no longer subject to VAT in Luxembourg

On 21 December 2023, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“ CJEU ” or “ Court ”) issued a decision on the case C-288/22. The Court puts an end …

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AFM's spotlight on substantial holding notifications

In its recently published market watch, the AFM focuses on notifications of substantial holdings and gross short positions. The AFM expands on its sup…

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Frankfurt office opening for Arendt

Arendt is proud to announce the launch of its new representative office in frankfurt, germany, in 2024.

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Competition law in 2024: putting theory into practice

2023 marked the near finale of the European Commission’s overhaul of its competition policy, leaving only a few loose ends to tie up in 2024/2025.

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