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Thomas Duong, senior associate, is a member of the Corporate Practice Group in our Luxembourg and London offices. He focuses on Luxembourg commercial and corporate law, anti money laundering matters as well as Legal Tech solutions.


Thomas joined the Luxembourg Corporate Practice Group in 2011. He specialises in Luxembourg commercial and corporate law, M&A transactions, cross-border reorganisations, private equity and corporate finance matters. He also has experience advising on non-regulated fund structuring. Prior to joining Loyens & Loeff, he worked for the Luxembourg office of a global law firm with headquarters in New York and London.

Thomas is a member of our designated FinTech teams in charge of monitoring the developments in technology and society that may impact our business (including blockchain, Digital Ledger Technology and artificial intelligence). Together with our other experts, he explores the possibilities to efficiently use, where possible with the help of new (AI driven) technologies, the data, knowledge and intelligence that our firm has accumulated with view to enhancing our services.

He is a member of our region team Asia-Pacific and worked in our Singapore office from 2017 to 2018. He now divides his time between our London and our Luxembourg offices.


English, French, German, Japanese, Luxembourgish, Vietnamese


  • Luxembourg Bar (List II), 2013
  • Commission Vietnam, Paris Bar, 2013
  • International Bar Association, 2017
  • China-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce (ChinaLux)
  • Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI)
  • Registered European Lawyer, Solicitors Regulation Authority, 2019



  • Postgraduate Certificate in Luxembourg Law, Luxembourg Ministry of Justice (Luxembourg), 2013
  • Master’s degree in Business Law, University of Paris 1, Panthéon – Sorbonne (France), 2011
  • LL.B. in Political and Social Sciences (with Private Law as major), University of Paris 1, Panthéon – Sorbonne, (France), 2010