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Banking, finance and capital markets
Banking, finance and capital markets - ranked: tier 4

Linari Law Firm

Corporate and finance boutique Linari Law Firm recently completed several securitisation mandates alongside loan facility work. The team is headed by name partner Vincent Linari-Pierron.

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Corporate and M&A
Corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 4

Linari Law Firm

Linari Law Firm has recently handled private equity work, legal opinions and share agreements. Vincent Linari-Pierron heads the team.

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Investment funds
Investment funds - ranked: tier 5

Linari Law Firm

Under Vincent Linari-Pierron, Linari Law Firm provides ‘a highly personalised service’ advising companies and fund managers on a range of funds including SICAVs and UCITS.

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  • Luxembourg moves ahead with UCITS V adoption

    Luxembourg is pushing ahead with legislation to adopt the UCITS V directive into national law. Bill no. 6845, transposing Directive 2014/91/EU of July 23, 2014, was approved by the cabinet on July 10 and placed before parliament on August 5. It is expected to be debated and adopted during the fourth quarter of the year.
  • CSSF clarifies marketing rules in updated AIFMD law Q&A

    On August 10, the CSSF issued the latest update of its Frequently Asked Questions document on the grand duchy’s law of July 12, 2013 implementing the AIFMD and the European Commission’s Level 2 regulation on implementation of the directive, last revised on December 29, 2014. The FAQ document has now run to nine versions over the past year and a half. Its aim is to highlight aspects of the AIFMD rules from a Luxembourg perspective, for the benefit primarily of alternative funds and managers established in the grand duchy. It complements Q&A documents on the AIFMD published by ESMA, itself most recently updated last month, and by the European Commission.
  • Newsflash - New legislation on staff representation

    On 23 July 2015, a new law concerning the reform of social dialogue (hereafter the “Law”) was enacted which profoundly impacts staff representation within companies. 09.09.2015_newsflash_-_new_legislation_on_staff_representation
  • Remuneration policies under CRD IV

    >The Directive 2013/36/EU (CRD IV) has finally been implemented in Luxembourg and the most part of the CRD IV provisions is now incorporated into the Law of 5 April 1993.
  • ESMA says Jersey, Guernsey and Switzerland are ready for AIFMD passport

    The European Securities and Markets Authority has published – with a slight delay of six days beyond the July 22 deadline – its advice on extending access to the EU market under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive to non-EU alternative investment fund managers and funds, recommending that the AIFMD passport be granted to Guernsey, Jersey and Switzerland.
  • CSSF circular 15/612: information to be communicated to the CSSF by Luxembourg-established AIFMs

    On May 5 the Luxembourg Financial Supervisory Authority issued CSSF Circular 15/612, addressed to all managers of alternative funds subject to the 2013 legislation implementing the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive, regarding reporting on unregulated alternative funds, whether established in Luxembourg, another EU member state or in a non-EU jurisdiction, as well as alternative funds regulated outside the EU.
  • Legislation filed for new Luxembourg S.àr.l. Simplifiée company form

    Following the announcement by the government in January of formal plans to establish a new type of Luxembourg company, the société à responsabilité limitée simplifiée (simplified private limited liability company, or SARL-S), implementing legislation was placed before parliament on February 2. The initiative, filed with the Chamber of Deputies as Bill 6777, is also known as the “1 euro” or “1-1-1” company because it can be founded by one person, with one euro, in one day.
  • Luxembourg's Direct Tax Administration publishes circular on residency certificates for funds

    Luxembourg’s Direct Tax Administration has published a circular on February 12 clarifying issues relating to residency certificates for Luxembourg funds. These are applicable to both UCITS and non-UCITS funds regulated by Luxembourg’s investment fund legislation of December 17, 2010, which transposed the UCITS IV Directive, as well as Specialised Investment Funds set up under the law of February 13, 2007.
  • ESMA issues final report on UCITS V delegated acts

    On November 28 the European Securities and Markets Authority issued its final report to the European Commission regarding two delegated acts on depositary requirements that must be issued to complement the primary legislative text of the UCITS V directive.
  • Luxembourg government approves draft FATCA legislation

    On March 6 Luxembourg’s government adopted the draft legislation transposing into national law the grand duchy’s intergovernmental agreement with the US and facilitating compliance by the country’s financial institutions with the requirements of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.