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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. Our experts Josée Weydert, Jad Nader and Joanna Bolanowska provide an overview to laws and regulations that may occur in Luxembourg.

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Mrs. Josée Weydert Mrs. Josée Weydert
Managing Partner
josee.weydert@nautadutilh.com
Ms. Joanna Bolanowska Ms. Joanna Bolanowska
Associate
joanna.bolanowska@nautadutilh.com
Mr. Jad Nader Mr. Jad Nader
Local Partner
jad.nader@nautadutilh.com

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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 ...

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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 re...

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Subscription Finance Cayman Islands - Luxembourg Analysis
22/03/2019

The Cayman Islands and Luxembourg are two of the world’s leading investment funds jurisdictions. As fund structures ...

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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 a...

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Lastest articles by Mrs. Josée Weydert

Luxembourg Brexit Bill for the Financial Sector
26/02/2019

On 31 January 2019, the Luxembourg finance minister introduced a bill (n° 7401) on measures to be taken in relation to...

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What You Need to Know About Luxembourg's MiFID II Legislation
05/06/2018

The new act on markets in financial instruments (the “MiFID Act”), transposing Directive 2014/65/EU on markets...

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The financial outsourcing (r)evolution
28/02/2018

Luxembourg's well-known financial secrecy laws are changing. Bill n° 7024 amending inter alia Article 41 of the Fi...

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Draft law to facilitate external and intra-group outsourcing in the financial sector
20/09/2016

One of the key principles of Luxembourg financial regulation is the obligation of professional secrecy (often referred to ...

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Lastest articles by Ms. Joanna Bolanowska

Lastest articles by Mr. Jad Nader

Luxembourg Brexit Bill for the Financial Sector
26/02/2019

On 31 January 2019, the Luxembourg finance minister introduced a bill (n° 7401) on measures to be taken in relation to...

Read more

What You Need to Know About Luxembourg's MiFID II Legislation
05/06/2018

The new act on markets in financial instruments (the “MiFID Act”), transposing Directive 2014/65/EU on markets...

Read more

The financial outsourcing (r)evolution
28/02/2018

Luxembourg's well-known financial secrecy laws are changing. Bill n° 7024 amending inter alia Article 41 of the Fi...

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The new Luxembourg financial regulatory framework for outsourcing and the introduction of specifi...
01/06/2017

On 17 May 2017, the Luxembourg financial sector regulator (CSSF) published the following circulars in order to streamline ...

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