With an area of almost 22.000 m², the Luxembourg Freeport is ready to play host to highly valuable goods such as works of art, fine wines, precious metals, jewels and diamonds, etc.
In the article below, find a recap of the founding principles which make the Luxembourg Freeport so attractive and the main legal aspects that one envisaging to take up business in the Freeport should know.
Topics : fight against money laundering and terrorist financing, criminal settlement, electronic achieving, remuneration policies of AIFMs, AIFMD implementing measures.
Topics: Banking secrecy, Luxembourg law of 21 July 2012, General Court’s MasterCard judgment, Professionals of the insurance sector, Special Limited Partnership (SLP) Regime, ESMA Q&A on KIID for UCITS, European regulation.
Topics: Package Retail Investment Products (PRIPS), Insurance Mediation Directive (IMD2), UCITS V.
Topics: E-money Directive in Luxembourg, Cayman investment fund, Insurance and Reinsurance law: Circular letters 11/2 and 11/7, Marketing of UCITS.
Topics: Implementation of UCITS IV, AIFM Directive, Cluster munitions, Energy performance, Law of 26 July 2010.
Topics: Luxembourg Stock Exchange, International debt securities, Risk measurement, Remuneration policies in the financial sector, Criminal liability.
Topics: Market Abuse Law, Luxembourg listed issuers, Community law into national law, Case C-101/08, Accounting Standards Commission, Assets of insurance companies, UCITS IV, Collective investments, Trash ratio.
Topics: Public procurement, Capital protection rules (Directive 2006/68/EC), Trade and companies’ register, Cross-border mergers, Criminal liability if directors, Controlled management procedures, Circular letter 09/6, Alternative investment fund, UCITS.