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Execution of search and seizure warrants in criminal matters in respect of electronic data held by persons bound by secrecy rules
Such measures are not only questionable from the perspective of criminal procedural rules, but also raise serious concerns from a professional secrecy point of view.
Section 2 of CSSF Regulation No. 13-02 relating to the out-of-court resolution of complaints will enter into force on 1 July 2014.
‘Allowances’ used as part of the fixed remuneration targeted by the European Commission, co-legislators and the EBA
The practice of introducing ‘position or role-based allowances’ is one of the elements underlined in the detailed analysis of EU banks published by the EBA.
First R-QFII manager based outside Greater China to obtain CSSF approval for a R-QFII UCITS-compliant product
Earlier this year, Ashmore became the first manager based outside Greater China to be granted a R-QFII licence by the authorities of the PRC.
The final texts of the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
Publication of two RTSs to determine the ‘identified staff’ and the types of instruments that can be used for paying bonuses
These two regulatory technical standards (RTSs) were published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 20 May and 6 June 2014 respectively.
Arendt & Medernach has released the June 2014 issue of its Luxembourg legal update.
Arendt & Medernach has been named Luxembourg Law Firm of the Year at the Chambers Europe Awards for Excellence 2014 ceremony.
The first Luxembourg R-QFII UCITS allowing for a 100 per cent China A-Shares strategy has been approved by the CSSF.
The Luxembourg financial centre is the second largest in the world for investment funds in terms of assets managed.
Arendt and Medernach’s quarterly tax update is dedicated to the main changes that have occurred over the last three months with regard to Luxembourg and international tax law.
The governments of Luxembourg and the US have signed an intergovernmental agreement on the implementation of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act in Luxembourg.
The first Luxembourg R-QFII UCITS2 allowing for a 100 per cent China A-Shares strategy has been approved by the Luxembourg CSSF.
The ECJ has ruled that the management and administration charges of DC pension schemes may be exempted from VAT.
Luxembourg: developments in remuneration policy for banks, investment firms, UCITS management companies and external AIFMs
The preceding weeks have been busy in terms of legislative and regulatory work in the field of remuneration policy.
Arendt & Medernach has announced a new exhibition of works by two young Luxembourg artists and one young international artist.
Luxembourg legal update — March 2014: enforcement of 2013 financial information, criminal settlement for Luxembourg and more
Arendt & Medernach has released its Luxembourg legal update for March 2014.
Arendt & Medernach partners Claude Kremer and Gilles Dusemon have been identified as leading lawyers in the field of private funds by the International Who’s Who Legal.
In this Tax Update, Arendt & Medernach focuses on both Luxembourg and international news.
The Arendter — February 2014 download
Arendt & Medernach has launched The Arendter magazine. Topics covered in this first issue include tax, regulatory, international, art, training and innovation.