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Clarifying the depositary regime provided for in the UCITS law.
CSSF Circular 14/587 regarding provisions applicable to credit institutions acting as depositary of UCITS under Part I of the Luxembourg Law of 17 December 2010 – transition period extended to 18 March 2016.
Final official technical advice and a consultation on the implementation of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive.
How national authorities supervise and enforce MiFID provisions relating to investment firms’ obligation to provide best execution.
The Wildgen 4 Innovation project guides start-ups through complex areas of business law.
SCS and SCSp are transparent for corporate income tax and municipal business tax purposes.
A new IP tax regime, in line with the so-called “modified nexus approach”, is to be introduced in Luxembourg. This is aimed at creating a level playing field in the area of IP taxation.
Regulation (EU) No 1286/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 November 2014 regards key information documents for packaged retail and insurance-based investment products.
How funds can qualify as an ELTIF under new European Commission rules.
The European Commission recently announced the start of the program for the creation of a Capital Markets Union with the purpose to create a single capital market for all 28 European member states.
The simplified private limited liability company: a new tool for fostering the entrepreneurial culture in Luxembourg?
On the 21 January 2015, the cabinet of the Luxembourg government suggested a solution to break the vicious circle and adopted a bill of law on the establishment of a new type of legal form.
In 2014 five entities of the Luxembourg holding structure of the Banco Espirito Santo Group had their fate in the hands of the judges of a Luxembourg Court. All have been declared bankrupt.
Luxembourg tax changes update.
Emmanuelle Ragot, IP/TMT partner, has been nominated by Who’s Who Legal as one of the world’s leading technology, media and telecommunications practitioners.
Wildgen has released its 26 November 2014 update on the Luxembourg double tax treaties network.
Directive 2014/92/EU (the ‘Payment Accounts Directive’) has been adopted with the aim of improving the consumer rights of EU citizens.
Luxembourg’s audio-visual environment has been diversified with the creation of infrastructure for production and post-production.
Wildgen has launched a toy drive and fundraising for the profit of Luxembourg charity associations working for the wellbeing of disabled and underprivileged children.
The Luxembourg District Court sitting in commercial matters has declared bankrupt the group parent company ESPIRITO SANTO INTERNATIONAL SA.
Wildgen has released its 28 October 2014 update on the Luxembourg double tax treaties network.