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Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP


Luxembourg

Banking, finance and capital markets
Banking, finance and capital markets - ranked: tier 5

Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP

Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP’s small team is praised for its ‘responsiveness and high service levels’, and regularly works alongside its offices in London, Paris and Frankfurt to provide local law expertise on deals with a Luxembourg nexus. It has been active on automotive-related securitisation deals; working alongside the Frankfurt office, the team recently advised BMW Bank on the €800m securitisation of auto lease receivables structured through a Luxembourg securitisation vehicle. Managing partner Pierre Reuter heads the team, which includes up-and-coming senior associate Ariane Mehrshahi.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP

At Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP, ‘creative, practical and insightful’ team head Gérard Neiens acted alongside the firm’s Munich office for Funding Circle on the acquisition of Zencap. The team also acts for real estate fund clients including M&G Real Estate and TIAA Henderson Real Estate. ‘Calm and professional’ senior associate Thierry Somma is also recommended.

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Investment funds
Investment funds - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP

Led by Pierre Reuter, Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP’s team is viewed as a ‘safe pair of hands’ within the alternative funds sector, and is particularly accomplished within the real estate space. Clients include Areca SICAV SIF, Pareto Asset Management, and United Trust.

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Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP

At Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP, ‘calm and professional’ team head Gérard Neiens provides ‘client-focused and creative’ tax structuring advice related to corporate and finance transactions.

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Offices in Sydney and Perth

Belgium

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China

Offices in Beijing, Beijing, and Shanghai

Croatia

Offices in Zagreb

Germany

Offices in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, and Hamburg

Spain

Offices in Madrid and Alicante

France

Offices in Paris and Paris

Hong Kong

Offices in Hong Kong

Hungary

Offices in Budapest

Indonesia

Offices in Jakarta

Latin America: International firms

India

Italy

Offices in Milan and Rome

Japan

Offices in Tokyo

London

Offices in London

Luxembourg

Offices in Luxembourg

Mongolia

Offices in Ulaanbaatar

Mexico

Offices in Mexico City and Monterrey

Netherlands

Offices in Amsterdam

Poland

Offices in Warsaw

Russia

Offices in Moscow

South Africa

Offices in Johannesburg

Singapore

Offices in Singapore

United States

Offices in Los Angeles, Northern Virginia, Denver, Colorado Springs, Baltimore, Washington DC, Chicago, Boulder, Miami, New York, Houston, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Louisville, and Minneapolis

Venezuela

Offices in Caracas

Vietnam

Offices in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi

Legal Developments by:
Hogan Lovells US LLP

  • Hong Kong Enacts Competition Law

    After years of debate, on 14 June 2012 and in its last days of office, the Legislative Council finally enacted Hong Kong’s first cross- sector competition law.
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  • ESMA issues new updates to UCITS and AIFMD Q&As

    The European Securities and Markets Authority has issued fresh updates on October 5 to its Questions and Answers documents containing guidance on and interpretation of the EU’s Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS) and Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) regimes. ESMA says the Q&A documents aim to promote common supervisory approaches and practices in the practical application of the various UCITS directives and the AIFMD through responses to questions posed by industry members and regulators themselves.
  • VAT in the GCC – Q&A updates from the UAE Ministry of Finance

    On 9 July the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Finance (MOF) published an update of the Value Added Tax (VAT) FAQ section of its website.     
  • Foreign issuers on Luxembourg Stock Exchange must now provide LEI codes

    The Luxembourg Stock Exchange now requires all domestic and foreign issuers operating on the regulated market, the Bourse de Luxembourg, or its Euro MTF multilateral trading facility, to provide the exchange with their legal entity identifier codes. The exchange has called on foreign issuers to check the ongoing validity of their LEI codes with local operating units designated by different countries and to send them to the exchange by e-mail to bolide@bourse.lu .
  • New Tax Procedures Law in the UAE

    On 31 July 2017, the President of the United Arab Emirates (the “UAE ”) issued the new Tax Procedures Law (the “Law ”). This Law contributes to build the UAE’s tax system, to regulate the administration and collection of taxes and most importantly, to clarify the respective rights and obligations between the Federal Tax Authority (the “FTA ”) and the taxpayer.
  • Confirmation of the end of the VAT exemption regime for financial IGPs

    Following the Luxembourg case C-274/15, the series of cases relating to the scope of the cost-sharing VAT exemption also referred to as “Independent Group of Persons” (“IGP”) continues with the release today of three judgements by the Court of Justice of the EU (“CJUE”): Aviva (C-605/15), DNB Banka (C-326/15) and European Commission v Federal Republic of Germany (C-616/15).
  • Luxembourg law on the exploration and use of space resources entered into force

    The Luxembourg law on the exploration and use of space resources of 20 July 2017 entered into force on 2 August 2017 and placed Luxembourg among the most innovative space-oriented nations in the world.
  • UAE domestic VAT law released!

    On 27 August 2017, the United Arab Emirates (the " UAE ") published the text of its domestic Value Added Tax (the " VAT ") Law, shortly after releasing the text of its Excise Tax Law last week, and the Federal Tax Procedures Law earlier this month. It will be followed by implementing regulations, which will provide more detail on application of the VAT Law.
  • ICLG 4th edition - Corporate Immigration 2017

    As Luxembourg is gaining increasing success in international mobility and business immigration , the applicable legal framework has been recently adapted by introducing several new categories of residence permits in Luxembourg, including a residence permit for investors.
  • Posting of workers and its implications for posting companies - New law

    A revision of the Posting Directive became necessary after it proved that the Posting Directive contained numerous pitfalls in the past. In some cases it turned out that companies posting employees were only “letterbox companies” without any substance. In other cases, situations where concerned employees’ rights were being circumvented were unveiled.
  • CSSF provides guidance on PRIIPs KID for Luxembourg alternative funds

    In the latest update of its Frequently Asked Questions document on the legislation governing alternative investment fund managers, published on July 6, 2017, Luxembourg financial regulator CSSF has addressed issues raised by the introduction in January 2018 of the European Union’s regulation on Packaged Retail and Insurance-based Investment Products and its requirement for such products to provide investors with a Key Information Document.