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Simmons & Simmons in Luxembourg

26A BOULEVARD ROYAL, 2449 LUXEMBOURG
Tel:
Work +352 26 21 16 01
Web:
www.simmons-simmons.com

Louis-Maël Cogis

Tel:
Work +352 26 21 16 14
Email:
Web:
www.simmons-simmons.com/en/people/contacts/l/louis-mael-cogis
Simmons & Simmons

Work Department

Capital Markets Banking & Corporate Finance, Structured Finance, Private Equity

Position

Partner - Country Head Luxembourg

Career

Louis-Maël is head of the firm’s Luxembourg office. He acts for international investment banks in both capital markets and international banking work, with a particular focus on issues of debt securities, securitisation transactions, syndicated lending and leveraged acquisition finance.

He also advises banks and other professionals of the financial sectors on specific regulatory matters.

Languages

English, French

Education

Louis-Maël qualified as a lawyer (avocat) in 2008 and became a partner at Simmons & Simmons LLP in 2015.

Prior to joining Simmons & Simmons LLP, Louis-Maël worked at magic circle law firm.

Louis-Maël holds a Master’s degree in International Business Law from the University of Rennes I (France) and a Master’s degree in International Business Law from the University of Exeter (United Kingdom).

He has been a member of the Paris Bar (Avocat à la Cour) since 2008 and is registered with the Luxembourg Bar as well.


Luxembourg

Banking, finance and capital markets

Within: Banking, finance and capital markets

At Simmons & Simmons in LuxembourgLouis-Maël Cogis provides 'straightforward and no-nonsense advice' across a range of banking and capital markets transactions, including in relation to real estate and funds finance.

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  • Failure to counter financial crime: Norwich Union Life

    In December 2007, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) imposed a fine of £1.26m on Norwich Union Life (part of the Aviva Group), one of the largest life insurance businesses in the UK with around seven million customers. The fine related to failures to take reasonable care to establish and maintain effective systems and controls for countering the risks of financial crime. The fine is the latest confirmation of the emphasis being placed on protecting clients and customers from the threat of financial crime.
    - Simmons & Simmons

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