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09 June 2021 / article

Two Years Down the Road: Is the Relationship Between Debt Funds and the Securitisation Regulation Still Foggy?

It has now been two years since Regulation (EU) No. 2017/2402 of 12 December 2017, laying down a general framework for securitisation and creating a specific framework for simple, transparent and standardised securitisation (the Securitisation Regulation), entered into force. Although the legal market has become more sophisticated in the interpretation of its provisions and some implementing and delegated acts have been adopted, providing long awaited details as to the disclosure obligations, there is still a proverbial elephant in the room.

ICLG securitisation Luxembourg 2021

In this article published in International Comparative Legal Guide : Securitisation 2021, our experts assess whether the Securitisation Regulation should be applicable to AIFs as issuers and securitisation special purpose entities.

You can also download the Luxembourg chapter pdf here.

The Netherlands: Supreme Court denies interest deduction in the Hunkemöller-case based upon the abuse of law doctrine

Dutch Supreme Court denies interest deduction in Hunkemöller-case

On 16 July 2021, the Dutch Supreme Court published its long-awaited ruling in the Hunkemöller-case. read more
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Since 3 March 2020 different authorities (EU, national, local) took measures in Belgium to reduce the spreading of the COVID-19 virus. In order to overcome the... read more
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The tool offers these investors a digital solution to guide them step-by-step throughout the entire onboarding process. read more