Mr Adrian Aldinger > Arendt & Medernach > Luxembourg, Luxembourg > Lawyer Profile

Arendt & Medernach
2082 Luxembourg

Work Department

Private Equity & Real Estate


Adrian Aldinger is a Partner in the Private Equity & Real Estate practice of Arendt & Medernach where he advises fund sponsors on all legal and regulatory aspects related to the structuring, formation, marketing and ongoing operation of alternative investment funds with a particular focus on real estate, private equity, debt and venture capital funds. Further areas of expertise include primary and secondary fund investments, fund governance and compliance, separately managed accounts, joint ventures as well as carried interest and co-investment arrangements.


English, French and German.


He is founding member of the German-Luxembourg Lawyers’ Association.


He studied law in Erlangen and Berlin and holds the German first (2007) and second (2009) state exam in law. He is admitted to the bars of Berlin (Germany) and Luxembourg.

Lawyer Rankings

Luxembourg > Investment funds

(Next Generation Partners)

Adrian AldingerArendt & Medernach

Arendt & Medernach has ‘an outstanding grip on the market and deep knowledge of investment funds and cross-border structures‘. With 15 partners active in the space, as well as a raft of associates and counsel, the team has the economies of scale and expertise to provide a ‘responsive and capable service‘ to clients establishing Luxembourg domiciled UCITS, as well as other Luxembourg-based fund structures. Benefiting from ‘broad and deep technical expertise and amazing contacts in the Luxembourg funds industry‘, team head Gilles Dusemon stands out for his regulatory expertise within the alternative space and is able to provide very pertinent and commercial advice, not only by dint of his practical fee-earning experience but also his work with leading trade associations, including the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI). Isabelle Lebbe provides ‘thorough and strong analysis‘ on the structuring of regulated funds, and also handles disputes with or between investors, funds and their service providers. Other key contacts include senior statesman Claude KremerMichèle Eisenhuth, who is an ‘invaluable advisor, given her industry experience and appreciation of Luxembourg’s intricate regulatory framework‘; Adrian Aldinger, who is ‘very involved and hands-on‘, particularly with regard to alternative investment funds; and Florence Stainier, who excels at advising on retail funds, including UCITS and ETFs.