Michèle
Eisenhuth

Partner

Michèle Eisenhuth is a Partner in the Investment Management practice of Arendt & Medernach. She specialises in investment fund law, advising domestic and international clients on the corporate, regulatory and compliance aspects of the structuring, operation and reorganisation of investment funds and their management entities.

She has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 1995.

She sits on the board of directors of several funds and management companies launched by international asset management groups.

She also sits on the board of directors of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) since June 2017, and on the board of directors of the Institut Luxembourgeois des Administrateurs (ILA).

Michèle is a chairman and active member of several committees set-up by the ALFI, as well as ad hoc committees set up by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF).

She is co-chairman of the Investment Funds Committee of the Lex Mundi independent law firms network as well as a member of the Investment Funds Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA). She is also a member of the European Banking Federation, more particularly involved in the Investment Funds Group.

Michèle is a regular speaker at ALFI, IBA, Lex Mundi and other conferences in Luxembourg or abroad, and a lecturer at the Luxembourg Institute for Training in Banking.

Michèle holds a Master’s degree in law from the Université de Liège (Belgium).​

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Languages: English, French, German.

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