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Loyens & Loeff recognised as Top-tier Law Firm in Private Wealth Legal and Tax Advice
Today, 9 July 2020, Chambers & Partners High Net Worth (HNW) has published its rankings for 2020.
IT services related to both VAT exempt and VAT taxed fund management fully subject to VAT
IT services related to both VAT exempt and VAT taxed fund management are not VAT exempt.
Banking regulation Q&A
The banking regulation Q&A series provides a comprehensive overview of the rules governing the banking sector in Luxembourg.
Michael Schweiger appointed Local Partner, Financial Regulatory practice continues to grow
Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg is delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Schweiger as Local Partner, Banking & Finance, as of 1st of July.
Restructuring & Insolvency Q&A: tips and traps
The restructuring & insolvency Q&A series provides an overview of the regulatory environment in Luxembourg.
Restructuring & Insolvency Q&A
Get an overview of some of the key points of law and practice as well as of the regulatory environments and laws across Luxembourg.
Law of 20 June 2020: enhanced flexibility for shareholder and board resolutions of Luxembourg companies post state of emergency
The state of emergency coming to an end on 24 of June in Luxembourg, a set of legislative measures will ensure a smooth transition for companies.
Loyens & Loeff advises EQT on the largest ESG linked subscription facility of the fund finance market
This ESG-linked subcription facility is the largest of the global fund financing market, highlighting the importance of CSR in the industry.
The Proposed EU Rules on Foreign Subsidies
The EU Commission published a so-called White Paper dealing with the alleged distortive effects caused by foreign subsidies in the EU Single Market.
Do's and dont's of regulating third-party litigation funding: Singapore vs. France
Different approaches to regulating the funding activity have emerged. France and Singapore adopted different approaches with their pros and cons.
Luxembourg: A Fintech playground with no sandbox
Fintech has pushed financial services regulation into uncharted territory and Luxembourg has not created a regulatory sandbox, good news for Fintechs.
Optional deferral of the EU Mandatory Disclosure Directive reporting obligations
On 24 June 2020, the Council of the European Union (the Council) adopted an amendment to the Mandatory Disclosure Directive ((Directive (EU) 2018/855) the Directive)...