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Luxembourg legal update: theft of intangible assets; new rules on market abuse; reversal of case law in France; and more
Arendt & Medernach’s update provides a compact summary of the most recent national and European legal and regulatory developments.
They must now inform the regulator about new funds they take on.
Luxembourg, EU and international developments in tax regulation, including the double tax treaty network.
The key elements of the new funds that are intended to boost longer term investment in the EU economy.
Luxembourg’s advantages for companies considering locating their business here and insight into the country’s legal regime for enterprises.
The restrictive measures targeting individuals and entities for threatening or undermining Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity have been extended.
This is a CSSF circular to credit institutions acting as depositaries of UCITS, represented by their management company .
The banking union package is based on two pillars, the single supervisory mechanism and the single resolution mechanism, while the single rule book is the foundation on which the banking union is built.
CSSF publishes updated AIFMD FAQ: guidance for the notifications under Articles 25 and 37 of the AIFM law
The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier has published an updated version of its FAQ on the AIFMD.
To strengthen the EU’s policy of not recognising the annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol by Russia, the Council of the EU has reinforced the package of restrictive measures.
Luxembourg has now fully implemented the AIFMD. This will reinforce the country’s position as a global investment fund hub.
New set of restrictive measures against the Russian Federation in relation to events in Ukraine entered into force last Friday (12th)
In view of the increasing gravity of the situation in eastern Ukraine, the European Council has reinforced the restrictive measures adopted on 30–31 July 2014.
The Arendter — September 2014: private foundations; MiFID II; cross-border AIF distribution; and more download
Discover the second issue of Arendt & Medernach’s magazine The Arendter. This publication will give you a quick overview of key topics related to your daily business.
Restrictive measures against the Russian Federation in relation to events in Ukraine: how will they affect you?
The Council of the European Union has adopted new restrictive measures targeting co-operation and exchanges with the Russian Federation.
After the publication of the CSSF Circular 14/587 on UCITS depositaries last week, it is now the European legislator’s turn to adopt new rules on UCITS depositaries.
The CSSF publishes the article 42 AIFMD information form: non-EU AIFMs can notify CSSF of intention to market in Luxembourg
The CSSF has published guidance on the notification to it by non-EU AIFMs of their intention to market their EU and non-EU AIFs to professional investors in Luxembourg.
The CSSF has released a new circular aimed at clarifying the provisions applicable to Luxembourg credit institutions acting as depositary for UCITS.
The AlFM toolbox aims to provide reader-friendly access to the EU legislation relating to the AIFMD level-one measures as well as the AIFMR level-two measures.
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.
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.