Allen & Overy helps China Construction Bank set foot in Luxembourg
Allen & Overy Luxembourg, in co-operation with Allen & Overy Beijing, has assisted China Construction Bank (CCB), the second-largest bank in the world based on market value, to set foot in Luxembourg.
The Luxembourg team was led and co-ordinated by Henri Wagner, managing partner of the Luxembourg office, assisted by senior associate Anne-George Kuzuhara and trainee Clémence Igot for the regulatory aspects.
Given the broad scope of the project, other Allen & Overy Luxembourg teams led by partner Fabian Beullekens for the corporate aspects, partner André Marc for the immigration, labour law and real-estate aspects and partner Patrick Mischo for tax, were also involved.
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