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CMS Luxembourg



Adresse:
3, rue Goethe
L-1637 Luxembourg
Grand Duché de Luxembourg
URL: http://www.cms-db.com

CMS Luxembourg provides premium legal and tax advice in one of the most important financial marketplaces in Europe. With its innovative financial instruments, its successful cooperation between the private and public sectors and its highly skilled workforce, CMS Luxembourg offers many opportunities for the development of your business activities. At CMS Luxembourg, we practise law with the expertise of a big firm but with the personal touch of a smaller organisation. We work together to provide tailor-made solutions for your needs. Our clients, which are experts in their particular fields, comprise individuals and high-profile listed and non-listed local and international companies across many different sectors (such as Banking, Private Equity, Insurance or Real Estate) with whom we build long-term relationships. Besides offering the assistance of experienced lawyers who specialize in Banking and Finance, Corporate and M&A, Tax, Investment Funds, Dispute Resolution and Employment and Pensions, CMS Luxembourg is your connection to a strong network of 3,000 experts worldwide, including cross-border groups of specialists across 17 sectors and areas of law. At CMS Luxembourg, we understand your risks and challenges, which makes us the provider of a service tailored to your concerns and needs.

Nombre de membres du personnel :

6


Nombre de juristes ou avocats :

19


Matières principales pratiquées par les juristes :[ infos ]


Civil
Tax
Litigation
Public
I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work
Other


Region :

Luxembourg



Recruteur :

Mrs. Olivia Cohrs (Human Ressources and Operations Manager)
Tel: +352 26 27 53 33
Fax: +352 26 27 53 53
olivia.cohrs@cms-dblux.com

Manager :

Mr. Julien Leclère (Managing Partner)
Tel: +352 26 27 53-1
Fax: +352 26 27 53 53
julien.leclere@cms-dblux.com

Presse :

Mrs. Sarah Schleich (Business Developer)
Tel: +352 26 27 53-1
Fax: +352 26 27 53 53
sarah.schleich@cms-dblux.com

Pas de fonction vacante

CMS Luxembourg has started 2018 with one newly appointed partner, two new counsels and several recruitments
14/02/2018

Following the arrival of a new partner, Benoît Rose, in 2017 to head the investment management department, CMS Luxembourg keeps growing steadily with several internal promotions and recruitments

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CMS annonce un chiffre d'affaires de 999 millions d'euros pour 2016
29/06/2017

CMS, l’un des réseaux internationaux de cabinets d’avocats d’affaires les plus importants au monde, annonce ses résultats financiers pour l’exercice 2016.

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Etude CMS sur les fusions-acquisitions en Europe : l'année 2016 propice à l’activité de fusion- acquisition en Europe, qui continue de fournir des opportunités en 2017 même si les acheteurs se montrent moins enclins au risque
29/03/2017

  • En 2016, le nombre d’opérations réalisées en Europe est resté le même malgré une baisse de leur valeur ; l’Europe a traité davantage d’opérations que toutes les autres régions, notamment l’Amérique du Nord
  • Les fusions-acquisitions continueront d'offrir des opportunités en 2017, même si les acheteurs se montreront plus prudents en matière de répartition des risques
  • L’étude analyse la répartition des risques en se penchant sur les tendances générales, les différences régionales et l’impact du volume des opérations pour plus de 3 200 opérations de CMS 

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CMS se développe en Amériique latine
19/01/2017

CMS, un des cabinets juridiques internationaux les plus importants, a significativement étendu sa présence en Amérique latine. Carey & Allende (Chili), GRAU Abogados (Pérou) et Rodríguez Azuero Contexto Legal Abogados (Colombie), trois cabinets connus dans leurs marchés respectifs pour leur expertise et la qualité de leur service, font désormais partie de CMS. Il était déjà actif dans la région depuis de nombreuses années, avec des bureaux bien établis au Brésil et au Mexique.

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The Luxembourg financial supervisory authority reminds supervised entities, of the relevance of money laundering and terrorist financing risks in the prudential supervision
12/09/2019

Acting in its role as prudential supervisor, the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier(the “CSSF”), the Luxembourg financial supervisory authority, 

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The portal for Brexit notifications is live!
02/08/2019

As from today, UK managers, firms and investment funds wishing to pursue their activities in Luxembourg, in the event a no-deal Brexit occurs on 31 October 2019, are invited to notify the Luxembourg regulator 

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RBO's deadline is coming: is your investment fund compliant?
22/07/2019

More than the end of summer holidays, 31 August will mark this year the end of the six-month transitional period provided by the Register of Beneficial Owners (RBO) law. 

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Brexit: Mandatory notifications to the Luxembourg regulator for firms, UCIs and their managers established in the UK
16/07/2019

In the event of a so-called “Hard Brexit”, these firms and entities will be considered as “third-country entities” meaning they will lose the benefit from passporting rights and therefore be exposed to sanctions if they pursue regulated activities in Luxembourg without a proper authorisation.

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