DLA Piper hires Catherine Pogorzelsk as corporate partner in Luxembourg office
DLA Piper has appointed Catherine Pogorzelski as a corporate partner in its Luxembourg office. She joins from Arendt & Medernach where she was active in the private equity and real estate/investment funds group.
Pogorzelski is a respected funds lawyer with experience in advising investors and fund managers on the structuring, formation and management of alternative investment funds, particularly within the private equity, real estate, debt and hedge funds sectors.
Her practice focuses on the transactional work relating to investment funds formation and funds management.
She also assists clients on all legal aspects affecting alternative investment fund managers, fund management entities and their service providers, including the structuring of their activities and regulatory compliance.
Pogorzelski will be working alongside partners Jean-Michel Detry, who leads the Luxembourg team and is active in corporate M&A and corporate finance, and Koen Vanderheyden, who specialises in funds, banking, regulatory finance and capital markets.
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