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FFCEL Celebrates 10 Years

On Tuesday 14 October, FFCEL (Fédération des Femmes Cheffes d’Entreprise du Luxembourg, The Luxembourg Association of Women Entrepreneurs) held a reception for its 10th birthday at the prestigious Cercle Cité. The FFCEL enters its 10th year with over 200 members of 11 nationalities working across 18 different sectors. The organisation has come far since its [&hellip

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Third party management company developments

Jim Kent

Since 22 July 2014 when the AIFMD became Luxembourg national law, a number of firms had applied to provide “third-party” services. These firms are focusing on capturing the business from the many funds (perhaps up to 1500) that will require Luxembourg substance and domiciliation but up to this point do not have permanent presence in [&hellip

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22 July 2014 – The Transition Period Ends

The much talked about deadline in the funds world is finally upon us. The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) has issued a press release reporting facts and figures about the activities over the one year transition period in Luxembourg. As of Tuesday 22 July, Luxembourg’s financial regulator, the CSSF has received a total number [&hellip

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EFG gets into the AIFM game

One of the new additions to the updated AIFM list is A&G Luxembourg. A&G asset management is 72% owned by the Greek private bank EFG (Luxembourg) S.A., therefore creating a channel for EFG to offer the necessary substance for its Greek HNWI’s who wish to create a SIF for their alternative assets. Since the crisis [&hellip

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Risk Management: AIFM applicants under pressure

“Across the globe, the financial sector is still responding to the economic shocks associated with the banking crisis in 2008 and the sovereign debt crisis, most vividly seen in Greece but also involving many other nations. The investment fund industry, so central to Luxembourg’s own future, is responding, driven by European Union directives, national regulators, [&hellip

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Sunset in Tel Aviv

Luxembourg has many business relationships with Israel, many of which are founded upon Luxembourg’s status as the leading gateway for non-EU investors into the European Union. Ensuring that you and your clients have the latest information on corporate structures and private banking can be both challenging and time consuming. That is why we are happy [&hellip

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