This live online training covers the legal and practical aspects to be considered when liquidating Luxembourg investment funds. It focuses on the voluntary and compulsory liquidation, highlighting the differences and the legal implications of the liquidation in relation to the types of investment funds starting from the main distinction between regulated and unregulated investment funds. It also analyses the role and duties of the liquidator and of the auditor as well as the formalities to be complied with.
The objective is to offer a toolkit of sound knowledge and appropriate actions and measures for the liquidation of Luxembourg investment funds.
The training session is split into 2 sessions of 2 hours each and covers the following topics:
- Liquidation of companies: Basic concepts
- Voluntary liquidation of unregulated investment funds
- Voluntary liquidation of regulated investment funds
- Simplified liquidation
- The liquidator: duties and liabilities
Corinne Prinz (Partner, Investment Management, Arendt & Medernach),
Maria Daniela Poli (Associate, Investment Management, Arendt & Medernach),.
This training session is directed to all staff members with a need to understand the liquidation. In particular, the following staff are recommended to follow this course:
- Directors and conducting officers
- Legal, administrative and financial managers
- Managers within service providers, such as depositaries and administrators
- In-house legal experts
- Internal and external auditor as well as independent auditors
- General directors or members of the board of directors
4 hours (2-hour sessions that will take place on 03.05 and 06.05.2021)
500 € (for the attendance of the 2 sessions: 03.05 and 06.05.2021)
Point of attention
The cancelation policy stated on the bottom of our page “training agenda” applies. It is a session consisting of 2 parts; should attendees only participate in part 1 there won’t be a (partial) refund of the overall budget of 500 EUR.
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