As the demand for alternative sources of finance increases, our finance and capital markets team provides legal, tax and regulatory advice to clients across debt and equity capital markets, derivatives and structured finance, securitisation, corporate trust and agency. Ranked Band One by the leading Legal Directories, our team works with International clients on complex cross border projects, providing insight and support with an unrivalled team in terms of experience and scope of advice.

In recent years our lawyers have been involved in a large number of domestic and multi-jurisdictional repackaging transactions, securitisations, debt instrument programmes and structured finance transactions covering a wide range of assets, including landmark transactions involving structures set up through special purpose vehicles under Luxembourg’s securitisation law of 22 March 2004.

Our securitisation experts have acted for arrangers, issuers, investors and rating agencies in asset-backed securitisation, assisting our clients from the structuring of the transaction to the listing of the securities, drawing on our substantial expertise and experience in the field combined with a business-oriented and innovative approach.

A leading practice in Luxembourg, the team combines unrivalled legal expertise and a track record of practical experience acquired in landmark, complex transactions. We can assist in structuring highly sophisticated transactions, providing solutions that reconcile the clients’ needs with prevailing laws, regulations and administrative practice.

The team also regularly provides expert advice on Luxembourg-related aspects of international securities litigation.

We act as listing agent and provide a full range of services regarding admission to trading on or delisting from all markets of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.

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