Restructuring and insolvency in Luxembourg (part one)
Luxembourg is one of the leading domiciles worldwide for international investment vehicles.
This leading position has arisen from the combination of the following core factors: the flexibility of relevant companies law; Luxembourg’s pro-investment fiscal laws; intra-group corporate financing techniques; the extensive double tax treaty network; full EU single market access for investment of capital, as implemented by the EU Parent-Subsidiary Directive; and Luxembourg’s acquisition finance legal framework.
This has resulted in the domiciling of several tens of thousands of international investment vehicles in Luxembourg. The restructuring and the insolvency framework applicable in Luxembourg can become of central importance to acquisition finance…
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