Linklaters LLP (Luxembourg)

35, Avenue John F. Kennedy PO Box 1107
L-1011 Luxembourg
Grand Duché Luxembourg
URL: http://www.linklaters.com

Luxembourg is world renowned as an international financial and business centre. Currently 155 banks and 208 other financial service providers from 26 countries have established in Luxembourg, employing together over 35,000 professionals. Over 10,000 investment fund structures and portfolios with promoters from 42 countries manage assets of more than €1.9 trillion between them. Major corporates private equity houses from around the globe use Luxembourg as a base for group holding and financing, respectively for acquisition purposes. All the major finance and corporate players in the world act in and transact through Luxembourg. Luxembourg is one of the most stable countries in the world to do business in and its lawyers enjoy a great reputation for independence and innovation. Clients of Linklaters in Luxembourg benefit from local practices built up over decades, combined with the strength and advantages of a global firm. Located in the financial district of Luxembourg, Linklaters LLP's Luxembourg office provides the perfect environment to deliver high quality top of the market legal services with a client focussed and result oriented approach.

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Matières principales pratiquées par les juristes :[ infos ]

I.P. | I.T.
Corporate | Commercial | Economic
Social | Work

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Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

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Manager :

Mr. Patrick Geortay (Managing Partner)
Tel: +35226088232
Fax: +352 26 08 88 88

Presse :

Mrs. Véronique Cioli (Business Development and Marketing Manager)
Tel: + 352 2608 8226
Fax: +352 26 08 88 88

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Linklaters advises Commerz Real establish its first impact fund

Linklaters has advised Commerz Real AG in establishing their first impact fund for private investors which focusses on real assets. Structured as a Luxembourg European Long Term Investment Fund (ELTIF), Klimavest focuses primarily on the renewable energy sector, seeking assets that make a positive contribution to ecologically sustainable goals.

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Linklaters conseille les souscripteurs dans le cadre de la plus grande émission obligataire sociale par la Commission Européenne

Linklaters a conseillé les souscripteurs dans le cadre de la plus grande émission d’obligations sociales par la Commission Européenne (« la Commission »’). Avec un montant de 17 milliards d’euros, la première émission obligataire sociale par la Commission Européenne en lien avec la COVID-19 est la plus grande émission obligataire dans le cadre du programme SURE de l’UE – un instrument européen de soutien temporaire afin de limiter les risques de chômage en temps de crise.

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Linklaters advises lead managers on Europe’s first sovereign sustainability bond

Linklaters advises lead managers on Europe’s first sovereign sustainability bond

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Linklaters LLP Luxembourg annonce 7 nouvelles promotions

Linklaters LLP Luxembourg a le plaisir d’annoncer la promotion de sept avocats : trois consultants et quatre managing associates, effective au 1er mai 2020.

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PSF advice to the European Commission on transition activities in the taxonomy

On 19 March 2021, the Platform on Sustainable Finance (“PSF”) delivered its advice on transition financing requested by the Commission in January

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Covid-19 vaccination in the Luxembourg workplace

As the Covid-19 vaccination process gathers steam, employers around the world consider what their vaccination strategy will be once (and if) the vaccine becomes available to all employees. 

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EU regulatory milestones timeline in 2021

The EU legislative machine is in full swing. We have put together a one page timeline to help you anticipate and keep track of the evolution of draft EU laws and of milestones in the lifecycle of EU acts, in selected areas

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Luxembourg legislator paves the way for the issuance of dematerialised securities using distributed ledger technology

On 26 January 2021, a new Luxembourg law dated 22 January 2021 (the “2021 DLT Law”) entered into effect, amending the Luxembourg law of 6 April 2013 on dematerialised securities, and the law of 5 April 1993 on the financial sector.

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