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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.
Bill of law no. 6625, which will substantially change the legal regime applicable to bearer shares issued by a Luxembourg company, was adopted on 16 July 2014.
The CSSF has released a new circular aimed at clarifying the provisions applicable to Luxembourg credit institutions acting as depositary for UCITS.
The Luxembourg Parliament has approved the bill of law on a sale and buy-back transaction of real-estate assets to a wholly owned special-purpose vehicle.
‘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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In this Tax Update, Arendt & Medernach focuses on both Luxembourg and international news.
The CSSF has published a fourth update of its frequently asked questions on the law of 12 July 2013 on alternative investment fund managers.
CSSF issues press release on the enforcement of the 2013 financial information prepared by issuers of securities
The CSSF has issued press release 14/02 concerning the enforcement of the 2013 financial information prepared by issuers of securities, subject to the Transparency Law.
Arendt and Medernach has released a short flashback intended to enable you to keep track of the main legal trends that marked 2013.
Arendt & Medernach has released its Luxembourg legal update for December 2013.
Glen Meyer, partner at Arendt & Medernach, identifies three strategic trends that will characterise part of the financial services industry next year.