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07 April 2021 / article

Principle trends and key takeaways for Luxembourg debt capital markets in 2021

Luxembourg is a renowned financial centre, particularly active in the debt segment of the capital markets. As a result of a favourable legal and tax framework, debt issuances of all types are frequently structured through Luxembourg, including green and sustainable bonds.

What types of debt securities offerings are typical and how active is the market? What is the general regime for debt offerings? What is the filing process, the documentary requirements, key considerations and other features of the market?

The Luxembourg chapter of Getting The Deal Through covers up-to-date topics such as special debt instruments, cross-border issues, reporting obligations, regulation and liability (including tax liability) as well as the main updates and trends.

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