2-4, Rue Eugène Ruppert PO Box 2078
L-1020 Luxembourg
URL: http://www.ogier.com

Luxembourg is a well established financial centre that has a stable political environment, a robust and innovative regulatory regime and a broadly based financial services industry. It is Europe's leading investment fund centre and has a banking sector that is considered to be pivotal to the Eurozone. In addition, Luxembourg is Europe's leading centre for reinsurance companies and is one of Europe's locations of choice for regional or top holding companies for multinational groups. Ogier Luxembourg provides legal advice covering investment funds, international tax, mergers and acquisitions as well as corporate and commercial matters; advising on all aspects of structuring, managing, servicing and distributing regulated funds and advising on establishing domestic and cross-border corporate vehicles, investment trusts and partnerships, private placements, IPOs and other public offerings. Ogier's Luxembourg boutique legal office is a response to significant client demand. It focuses predominantly on providing services to existing clients of the Ogier Group which either have or are interested in establishing Luxembourg structures, alongside or in addition to their offshore structures. The office also plays a key role in introducing new business into Luxembourg from existing clients of the Ogier Group from other Ogier offices notably in Asia and North America. As the only provider of legal services with a significant presence in the leading offshore jurisdictions of BVI, Cayman, Jersey and Guernsey, The Ogier Group  includes 8 other jurisdictions in BVI, Cayman, Guernsey, Hong Kong, Jersey, London, Shangaï, and Tokyo, and is uniquely placed to provide advice on both Luxembourg and offshore laws and structures.

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Juridische hoofdgebieden :[ infos ]

Corporate | Commercial | Economic

Gebieden :

European closed-ended alternative funds in the private equity, venture, debt, real estate and infrastructure sectors
EU portfolio acquisition, finance and holding structures
Inbound/outbound European investment structures
Institutional corporate financing
Securitisation vehicles
UCITs and Specialised Investment Funds for complex, alternative funds with hedge strategies

Regio :

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Recruiter :

Mrs. Chantal Trausch (Human Ressources)
Tel: +352 2712 2000
[email protected]

Manager :

Mr. Francois Pfister (Managing Partner)
Tel: +352 27 12 20 20
[email protected]

Pers :

Ms. Caroline Pellegrini (Business Development and Marketing assistant)
Tel: +352 2712 2019
[email protected]

Geen vacatures

Finance specialist Jad Nader joins Ogier as partner

Fund finance, acquisition finance and debt capital markets specialist Jad Nader has joined Ogier as a partner in its Luxembourg Banking and Finance team.

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Ogier Banking & Finance and Funds teams welcome senior associate promotions in Luxembourg

Ogier's Luxembourg office has recognised the successful career progression of Caleb Holder and Milan Hauber by promoting both to senior associate.

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Ogier announces Virginie Gonella as new counsel

Virginie Gonella in Ogier's Luxembourg Funds team has progressed to a new role as counsel.

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Ogier fund finance team now offers Luxembourg legal advice from US time zone

Ogier fund finance team now offers Luxembourg legal advice from US time zone with return of Catharina von Finckenhagen.

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CSSF AML/CFT reporting tool: first reporting period approaches

Following the publication of three circular letters [1] in December 2021 introducing new prudential and AML/CFT reporting requirements, the Luxembourg Financial Sector Supervisory Authority (the CSSF) has made available a new module

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CSSF introduces new reporting requirements

On 22 December 2021, the Luxembourg Financial Sector Supervisory Authority (CSSF) published three circular letters, clarifying existing reporting obligations and introducing new ones for Luxembourg investment fund managers

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EU Commission designates replacement rates for CHF LIBOR and EONIA

On 22 October 2021, the European Commission adopted two implementing regulations[1] on the designation of a statutory replacement rate for two interest rate benchmarks, the Swiss Franc London Interbank Offered Rate (CHF LIBOR) and the Euro Overnight Index Change (EONIA).

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SPACs: what should be included in a Luxembourg prospectus?

Although special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) are not a new phenomenon, SPAC activity in the European Union has increased significantly since the beginning of this year. 

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