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Investment Management

Structuring on a cross-border basis requires to master financial, corporate, real estate and regulatory aspects to create the optimal setting. The Investment Management practice has extensive fund structuring expertise in a broad range of asset classes, among which infrastructure, private equity, debt and real estate. As a multidisciplinary team which is closely integrated with other practice areas, our team will put at your service its substantial experience with structuring and formation of investment funds structures.

Leading alternative funds practice

In every asset class, fund managers are looking for insight on the formation of investment funds, co-investment funds, SMAs and other investment vehicles. Our team handles these queries for a broad spectrum of asset classes including private equity, infrastructure, biotech/life sciences, (renewable) energy, real estate, infrastructure, debt, shipping funds, fund of funds and retail investment vehicles (including UCITS). Our involvement with industry bodies, (LPEA, ALFI…), allow us to give you the right input on the most recent developments.

Your guide through constant changes

As regulation is getting more complex and number of funds significantly increasing in Luxembourg, fund managers, institutional investors, individuals, administrative agents and other professionals of the financial sector need more assistance in fund formation, regulatory advice and registrations. For the past 20 years, we have assisted our clients for a wide scope of funds. We advise on all matters of compliance with regulatory legislation related to AIFMs, SIFs, SICARs, RAIFs, EuVECAs, ELTIFs, Chapter 15/16 ManCo’s and UCITS, including AML legislation, MiFID/MiFIR, EMIR, SFTR and GDPR.

Versatile knowledge and experience at your service

Your counsel has to possess unique insights of the global market and be early movers on new developments to advise you properly. Our highly insightful experts can assist you, whether you are fund managers, Investments offices and public and private investors. We have broad experience on a large variety of investment products, vehicles set-up, due diligence, negotiation of long-term financing arrangements and security packages. Furthermore, the team can rely on its in-house financial and international tax modeling capacity.

What others say...

Chambers & Partners

Our Investment Management team is ranked by Chambers & Partners Global and Europe, who reports:

"Highly active investment funds practice that stands out for its expert knowledge of alternative funds. Offers expertise in fund structuring, regulatory compliance and fund closing. Advises institutional funds on a variety of asset classes, such as infrastructure, debt and real estate. Additionally acts for retail funds. Clients benefit from the team's close co-operation with its tax department.

One client describes Loyens & Loeff as a 'go-to Luxembourg firm for fund structuring, regulation, fund financing and hedging.'"

Legal 500

Our Investment Funds team is also ranked by Legal 500, who highlights:

"Loyens & Loeff maintains a significant offering in the alternative investment funds space and has recently reconfigured its team to provide a multi-disciplinary approach which draws upon fund formation, regulatory, finance and tax experts."

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News - 12 March 2020 - Global

Loyens & Loeff affirms its leading position with the Chambers & Partners Europe Legal ranking 2020

Legal guide Chambers & Partners Europe has published its rankings for 2020. Loyens & Loeff continues its top ranking as leading business law firm.
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News - 04 February 2020 - Global

Investment Climate Comparison 2020

Many MNEs base their operations in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland. For instance by means of European or regional headquarters, a shared...
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ICLG Securitisation 2020 luxembourg Chapter - cover of book - authors - ICLG style

The Securitisation Regulation and Alternative Investment Funds: Friends or Foes?