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As one of the world's major financial centres, Luxembourg has Europe's largest number of investment funds, second only to the U.S., and has a substantial asset servicing industry.

Its well-developed commercial and private banking sector is also complemented by an established stock exchange on which a number of our clients have listings. Our Luxembourg office therefore neatly integrates the financial services, corporate, investment management and tax structuring capabilities for which it has built up a reputation.

Our Luxembourg team regularly advises financial institutions and corporate borrowers on secured lending transactions and cross-border collateral issues in acquisitions and real estate finance projects. We provide advice in connection with debt securities offerings, public offers and stock exchange listings, as well as the regulatory aspects of the setting up of funds and regulated financial services business.

Lawyers in Luxembourg and London advise on the structuring, formation, marketing and on-going operation of various types of investment vehicles (SIF, SICAR, UCI, UCITS, unregulated funds, securitisation vehicle) having all kind of investment strategies (from long only to private equity, real estate, hedge funds, SRI). Acting for a broad range of asset managers, our specialist funds, tax and regulatory lawyers combine their skills to deliver tailor-made solutions embracing all aspects of a project.

How to find us

Airport/Luxembourg train station

We recommend you take a taxi from the airport or the train station. The journey is approximately 10 to 15 minutes.

Bus line 16

Leave at "J.F. Kennedy" bus stop. Walk onto rue Alphonse Weicker (on the left side of Auchan), then turn onto rue Jean Monnet. Charles Russell Speechlys is at the corner.