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Hogan Lovells (Luxembourg) LLP
52 BOULEVARD MARCEL CAHEN
L-1311 LUXEMBOURG
Luxembourg

Work Department

Tax

Position

As the head of our Tax practice, Gérard Neiens’ focus is in international tax planning and restructuring, investment fund taxation, as well as intellectual property and private wealth taxation. He advises large corporations, investment banks, financial institutions and private wealth clients on direct and indirect tax aspects of international real estate investments, private equity transactions, regulated and unregulated investment structures. He also provides tax advice on financing transactions, corporate acquisitions and disposals, reorganisation operations, as well as transfer pricing and value-added tax issues.
Gérard also has significant experience in corporate law focusing on M&A, corporate finance and restructuring deals, as well as on corporate governance matters

Career

Before joining Hogan Lovells as one of the founding partners of the Luxembourg office in 2013, Gérard Neiens practised for over 10 years within the tax department of one of the magic circle firms based in Luxembourg. Since then, he heads the Tax practice of Hogan Lovells in Luxembourg which grows and develops under his skillful supervision.
Gérard is committed to helping the clients to surmount any challenge, and maximise their tax benefits and other business opportunities. Experienced and reactive with high attention to detail he is always ready to offer insightful advice.

Languages

Luxembourgish, English, French and German.

Memberships

American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM)
International Fiscal Association (IFA)
Haute autorité de la Place Financière (Capital markets task force)
Luxembourg Capital Market Association (LuxCMA)
Luxembourg Private Equity Association (LPEA)

Education

LL.M corporate and maritime law, University of Southampton, 2003
Master’s degree in international and european law, University of Montpellier, 2002
Master’s degree in business law, University of Montpellier, 2001