Corinne Prinz is a Counsel in the Investment Management practice of Arendt & Medernach.

She specialises in regulated and non-regulated investment funds. She mainly advises clients on the regulatory, corporate and organisational aspects of the formation, structuring, re-structuring, marketing and ongoing operation of investment funds. She focuses on Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS) and alternative investment funds and their managers under the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD). She specialises in UCITS KIID and PRIIPs KIDs. Further areas of expertise include fund governance and compliance.

Corinne mainly advises large global asset managers on a range of UCITS and alternative investment funds and a number of real estate firms.

Corinne is a member of the PRIIPs working group of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI). She has been a member of the Koblenz Bar (Germany) since 2011 and has been admitted by the Luxembourg Bar to practice in Luxembourg under her German professional title.

Corinne studied law in Trier (Germany). She is a German qualified attorney and holds the German first (2008) and second (2010) state exam in law.

Prior to joining Arendt & Medernach, Corinne worked for two international top tier law firms in Düsseldorf and Luxembourg.

She was awarded “Star” status in 2018 by the independent rating agency Acritas and has been nominated by clients as one of the most outstanding lawyers they have worked with.

Languages: English, French, German, Luxembourgish.

UCITS KIID benchmark disclosures - the CSSF’s expectations

The CSSF published a communication reminding UCITS management companies and self-managed UCITS to include the changes required by the ESMA’s Q&A on the UCITS Directive in the upcoming annual UCITS KIID update.

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CSSF is looking at the impact of the PRIIPs Regulation on Luxembourg-regulated investment funds

On 1 July 2019, the CSSF issued Press Release 19/28 (Communication regarding PRIIPs assessment) (the “Press Release”) whereby the CSSF requires all SIFs, Part II UCIs and SICARs, irrespective of their target investor market or the fact that their shares or units are no longer be...

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