Rémi Chevalier is a founding partner of Chevalier & Sciales. His main practice areas are investment funds, banking and finance, and related litigations.
He is currently representing and assisting clients in litigation arising from the global financial crisis and linked to investment funds and the financial industry. He has furthermore been involved in various complex Luxembourg securitisation transactions and in the set-up of Luxembourg investment funds. He is admitted to the bar of Luxembourg as ‘Avocat à la Cour’.
He holds a law degree from Rouen Business School (Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Rouen) and a degree in business law (Maitrise en droit des affaires) from the University Jean Moulin of Lyon, France. He furthermore obtained a master in tax and business law (Diplomé d’Etudes Supérieures Spécialisées de droit des affaires et de fiscalité — DESS and Diplomé Juriste Conseil en Entreprise — DJCE) from the University Jean Moulin of Lyon in France.
He speaks French, English and Spanish.
Briefings from Chevalier & Sciales
The CSSF has published on its website the fourth update of its Frequently Asked Questions document regarding Luxembourg’s law of 12 July 2013 on alternative investment fund managers.
Chevalier & Sciales has created a treaty table to provide you with a view of the Luxembourg double tax treaties in force or currently pending.