Mathieu Scodellaro is a Counsel in the Investment Management practice of Arendt & Medernach where he specialises in investment fund related matters and guides clients in the structuring, creation, organisation and marketing of investment funds, investment companies and management companies.

Prior to joining Arendt & Medernach, he worked for a large French investment bank holding various positions in Paris and Tokyo advising on hedge funds and capital markets related legal issues. He was subsequently in charge of the legal, compliance and internal control aspects of an asset manager in Bermuda specialised in insurance-linked assets.

Mathieu Scodellaro holds a postgraduate degree (mastère spécialisé) in international business law and management from ESSEC Business School and a postgraduate degree in contract law from Université Lille II.

Mathieu Scodellaro was a visiting lecturer at Université Lyon 2 where he taught capital markets law and regulation in the Master Professionel “Management des Opérations de Marché” (postgraduate degree).

Languages: English, French.

Clarification of the scope of the UCITS and AIFMD depositary regimes

​A significant number of so-called Part II UCIs may remain within the scope of the AIFMD depositary regime. Luxembourg’s Parliament (Chambre des Députés) has voted yesterday to amend the respective legislation to this effect. This amendment clarifies the scope of the UCITS-like ...

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More rules impacting the UCITS depositary industry

Luxembourg’s UCITS depositaries, management companies and self-managed UCITS will have to deal with a revised set of complementary rules, issued through CSSF Circular 16/644 (the “Circular”). On Wednesday 12 October, the Luxembourg supervisory authority of the financial sector, ...

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