16/09/2019

An extensive reform of Luxembourg insolvency law has been in the works since the adoption by the Chamber of Deputies of draft bill No. 6539 on business preservation and the modernisation of bankruptcy law on 26 February 2013 (the “Draft Bill”). The parliamentary works have been ongoing since then and are expected to enter into their final stage by the end of the year.

This note aims at summarising the expected changes to Luxembourg insolvency law resulting from the Draft Bill.

Download the full Restructuring & Insolvency briefing 1/2_

Click here to read the second briefing_

RELATED EVENT - still time to register!

Click here to register to the Arendt Breakfast Seminar on latest news about Restructuring & Insolvency the 9 October 2019
at Arendt House_

YOU MIGHT ALSO WANT TO DISCOVER

10/08/2020
UCITS can no longer invest in loans

The CSSF, Luxembourg’s supervisory authority for the financial sector, has announced that Luxembourg-domiciled UCITS may no longer invest in loans. This decision has extended a new administrative practice to the public that the CSSF had been implementing in recent months with re...

Read More_