Luxembourg’s financial centre includes a well-developed and international insurance industry. Every participant in the industry, whether insurers, re-insurers, captives or brokers face challenges. Our experts will provide you strategic legal advice to assist you in restructuring your business or shareholding, launching new products and expanding into new markets.
Your guide to legal and regulatory compliance
From the licensing process to liquidation, questions arise throughout the entire life cycle of your business. Understanding the insurance regulator’s expectations is key when considering M&A activity, passporting rules, and on-site inspections. Our insurance specialists together with our tax and corporate teams advise on changes to corporate governance, structure or control, general compliance, negotiating and executing policies, portfolio transfers, third-party agreements and investment operations.
Leverage our in-house experience
Questions on Solvency II or the Insurance Distribution Directive (IDD)? Our team has extensive in-house experience, in the banking or insurance sectors or in other corporate environments. We leverage this experience and provide contextual, bespoke advice.
Insurance and new technologies
What are the risks related to the deployment of insurance technology? Operating within the insurance sector requires a deep understanding of the impacts of technology and regulation of your business. We assist our clients in anticipating those developments. We are active in FinTech and have experience providing advice about smart contracts, distributed ledger technologies and blockchains.
Michael SchweigerCounsel Attorney at law
Michael Schweiger, counsel, is a member of the Banking & Finance practice group in our Luxembourg office. He leads the Luxembourg financial regulatory team and regularly advises banks, payment institutions, insurers, and other clients regarding financial regulation.T: +352 466 230 520 E: email@example.com