Bank lending and structured finance
Our Bank Lending and Structured Finance practice represents a wide range of local and foreign clients in the banking, finance and securitisation industries.
Our team has extensive experience in assisting domestic and international banks and financial institutions in their often complex financing activities in Luxembourg and abroad and can handle all aspects of banking and financing transactions, both traditional and innovative, including the structuring of financial transactions, the drafting and negotiation of contracts, collateral arrangements and other transactional documents and the issue of financial instruments.
Over the years, we have been involved in a large number of multi-jurisdictional securitisation and structured finance transactions covering a wide range of assets, including landmark transactions involving structures set up through special-purpose vehicles governed by the law of 22 March 2004 on securitisation.
Our lawyers have considerable knowledge of cross-border structured finance and cross-border leasing transactions including tax-leveraged leases and double-dip transactions in various jurisdictions. As such, we are and have been advising a variety of lessees, equity providers and financial institutions for a number of years in cross-border leasing transactions entered into in different jurisdictions, and involving a wide range of assets, including aircraft, railcars and related transportation assets, power plants, office buildings, industrial facilities and other infrastructure assets. We draw on this expertise to advise on public-private partnerships.
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Tax Update — July 2014: new rules for exit tax on capital gains upon migration; the tax treaty network; and more
Arendt & Medernach has released the July edition of its Tax Update.
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.