Trends in the Luxembourg law that relate to families, their businesses and their planning
More than ever you are finding yourself doing business on a global scale and making investments abroad. You are facing complex framework of legal and tax rules both at home and internationally.
Over the decades, Luxembourg has developed as a financial centre with proven appeal for private banking, investment funds, holding and financing activities for family offices.
You want to make sure your assets are protected and will be for the next generation of your family? You may well be wondering if your legal and tax position in business and in personal affairs is up to date and optimal?
Luxembourg has a long tradition of asset management and is well known for its stable political climate, a background that has helped make the country the world's second largest platform for investments funds.
This Luxembourg section of the Chambers Private Wealth Guide 2019 looks at various issues and developments that might affect you.
Veronica AroutiunianSenior Associate Attorney at law / Avocat à la Cour
Veronica Aroutiunian, senior associate, is a member of the Investment Management Practice Group in our Luxembourg office. She focuses on fund structuring, notably private equity and hedge funds.T: +352 466 230 386 E: email@example.com
Anne KlethiAssociate Tax adviser / Attorney at law / Avocat à la Cour
Anne Klethi, associate, is a member of the Tax Practice Group in our Luxembourg office. She focuses on international tax matters, notably for private wealth investors, and tax litigation.T: +352 466 230 312 E: firstname.lastname@example.org