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Mrs. Michèle Eisenhuth
Mr. Piotr Giemza-Popowski

Benchmarks Regulation: upcoming amendment
17/04/2019

The European Parliament has recently reached a political agreement with the European Council and European Commission regarding the proposal for a regulation which will modify Regulation (EU) 2016/1011

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Mr. Romain Sabatier
Mrs. Greet Wilkenhuysen
Mrs. Yoanna Stefanova

Luxembourg Corporate Governance Comparative Guide
17/04/2019

NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg is an exclusive contributor to The Legal 500 Corporate Governance 1st Edition Country Comparative Guide.

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Luxembourg deposits instrument of ratification for the MLI

Luxembourg deposits instrument of ratification for the MLI
15/04/2019

On 9 April 2019, Luxembourg deposited with the OECD its instrument of ratification for the Multilateral Instrument (“MLI”). 

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Mrs. Josée Weydert
Ms. Joanna Bolanowska
Mr. Jad Nader

Luxembourg Banking & Finance Comparative Guide
10/04/2019

NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg is an exclusive contributor to The Legal 500 Banking & Finance 2nd Edition Country Comparative Guide

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Mr. PIerre Elvinger
Ms. Florence Apostolou
Mr. Philippe Hoffmann

Rights of residence safeguarded for UK citizens residing in Luxembourg
08/04/2019

In the session that took place on Thursday 28th March 2019, Luxembourg Parliament (chambre des députés) has voted new provisions applicable upon Brexit which will guarantee the right of residence and work of UK citizens and their family members currently residing in Luxembourg.

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Mr. Jeremie Schaeffer
Mr. Olivier de la Gueronnière

Circular CSSF 19/714: Application of the Cloud Circular to investment fund managers
03/04/2019

On 27 March 2019, the CSSF issued a new Circular 19/714 (the “Circular”) in order to update its guidelines on the use of cloud computing infrastructure, as presented in its initial circular (the “Cloud Circular”) 17/654.

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Mr. Laurent Lazard
Mrs. Evelyn Maher
Mr. Luc Courtois
 Nuala Doyle

Two new Brexit laws for the Luxembourg financial sector
01/04/2019

In anticipation of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union (or simply “Brexit” as it is more commonly referred to) without an agreement in place (the so-called “Hard Brexit” scenario), the Luxembourg legislator has taken swift action to facilitate a smooth transition

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Publication of an enhanced version of regulations governing the newly created Luxembourg Register of beneficial owners (“RBO”)

Publication of an enhanced version of regulations governing the newly created Luxembourg Register of beneficial owners (“RBO”)
29/03/2019

?Elvinger Hoss Prussen publishes an enhanced[1] version of the regulations governing the RBO, comprising the original French version of the Luxembourg Law of 13 January 2019 creating a Register of beneficial owners (the “RBO Law”) 

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 Philippe Schmit

Entry into force of the law introducing one additional day of annual paid leave and one additional public holiday
28/03/2019

On the 27th March 2019, the bill of law 7399 amending articles L. 232-2 and L. 233-4 of the Labour Code as well as article 28-1 of the amended law of 16th April 1979 establishing the general status of public servants (hereinafter the "Law") was passed by the Luxembourg 

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Mr. Vincent Wellens
Ms. Carmen Schellekens
Ms. Anne-Sophie Morvan
Ms. Faustine Cachera

GDPR: CNPD Releases Black List of Processing Operations Subject to a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
25/03/2019

Further to Article 35(4) and (6) GDPR, the competent supervisory authority, i.e. the CNPD in Luxembourg, must establish a list of the types of processing operations which are likely to result in a high risk for the rights and freedoms of data subjects

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