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Luxembourg Law on register of beneficial owners

Luxembourg Law on register of beneficial owners
22/01/2019

The 4th EU AML Directive [1], as amended by the 5th EU AML Directive [2], requires each Member State of the EU inter alia to establish registers of beneficial owners (“RBO”) in respect of corporate and other legal entities incorporated within its territory.

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Mr. Henri Wagner
Mr. Thomas Berger
Mrs. Carole Schmidt
Mr. Baptiste Aubry

New reporting obligation for payment service providers
22/01/2019

By a circular 18/704 of 17 December 2018 (the Circular 18/704), the Luxembourg regulator of the financial sector, the Commission de surveillance du secteur financer (the CSSF) formally endorsed the Guidelines of the European Banking Authority (EBA) 

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Mr. Pierre-Alexandre Degehet

The Law of January 15th 2019 setting up a register of beneficial owners
21/01/2019

On December 6th 2017, the Luxembourg Parliament published two bills of laws (PL 7216 and PL 7217) aimed at implementing new transparency measures provided by Directive 2015/849 on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purposes of money laundering or terrorist financing (the AML 4thDirective)

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Mrs. Nathalie Prüm-Carré

Loi du 14 septembre 2018 relative à une administration transparente et ouverte : Nouvelles règles d'accès aux documents administratifs
19/01/2019

La loi du 14 septembre 2018 relative à une administration transparente et ouverte (ci-après « la Loi »), est entrée en vigueur le 1er janvier 2019.
L’accès aux documents détenus par l’administration est un enjeu institutionnel

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Mr. David Giabbani

Absence – remise du certificat médical dans les délais légaux (non) – faute grave (oui) – faute grave automatique (non).
18/01/2019

Le fait de ne pas respecter les dispositions de l’article L.121-6 (1) et (2) ne constitue pas toujours, à lui seul, une faute grave justifiant un licenciement immédiat. Il convient d’analyser les circonstances dans lesquelles cette omission a eu lieu pour en apprécier le degré de gravité.

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Mrs. Catherine Cathiard

Update on the Implementation of Directive on Trade Secrets
18/01/2019

Business secrets have long been poorly protected and difficult to defend compared to intellectual property rights (including patents, copyrights and trademarks). 

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Mrs. Anne Morel

Leave entitlements
17/01/2019

On 11 January 2019, the Council of the Government approved a draft law on the amendment of articles L. 232-2 and L. 233-4 of the Luxembourgish Labour Code and article 28-1 of the amended Law on 16 April 1979 determining the general status of public servants 

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Mrs. Isabelle Charlier
Mr. Alexis Kunitani

Law of 13 January 2019 Establishing the Register of Beneficial Owners
17/01/2019

The law dated 13 January 2019 on the register of beneficial owners has been published on 15 January 2019 in the Luxembourg Official Journal and shall enter into force on 1 March 2019 (the “New Law”).

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Mr. Jeremie Schaeffer
 Benoît Kelecom

UK FCA temporary permissions regime notification for EEA firms and fund managers
10/01/2019

Following the announcement of the UK government at the end of last year of its intention to introduce a temporary permissions regime (TPR) for inbound passporting EEA firms and funds,

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Mr. Vincent Wellens

CJEU Denies SPC for Medical Devices Incorporating an Ancillary Active Ingredient
09/01/2019

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) recently ruled that, unlike medicinal products, medical devices incorporating an ancillary drug substance cannot benefit from supplementary protection certificate (SPC) protection. 

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