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21 January 2021 by
We would like to remind you that on 15 February 2021, the CSSF will launch its annual online survey on the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing for the year 2020 (the “AML/CFT Survey”).
11 January 2021 by
GSK Stockmann in Luxembourg has been certified as Great Place to Work® for 2020-2021 based on an anonymous online survey with more than 60 questions conducted by the Great Place to Work® Institute. As a result of the study, the trust index shows that 94 % of the employees say that GSK Stockmann in Luxembourg is a Great Place to Work
06 January 2021 by
On December 23, 2020 the Luxembourg Legislator has published the Law of 19 December 2020 implementing financial restrictive measures (“Law of 19 December 2020”). This law repealed the Law of 27 October 2010 enhancing the anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing legal framework.
06 January 2021 by
We are thrilled to announce that Vandenbulke has won Best European Specialist Law Firm of the Year at The Lawyer European Awards 2020 held in London on 1 December.
05 January 2021 by
The 16th edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Real Estate has been published by the Global Legal Group providing cross-border insight into real estate law.
21 December 2020 by
There is new sheriff in the (digital) Wild West1: The European Commission!
14 December 2020 by
On 7 December 2020, the CSSF published significant updates to CSSF Circular 12/552 on central administration. Internal governance and risk management which will enter into force on 1st January 2021. This circular is a cornerstone of Luxembourg bank regulation and contains key requirements applying to the orgnisation and activities of credit institutions.
10 December 2020 by
In view of the departure of the United Kingdom from the EU on 1 February 2020 and the forthcoming end of the transitional period on 31 December 2020, the CSSF stated its expectations and rendered some clarifications through a press release published on 7 December 2020.
08 December 2020 by
Following a decade of unprecedented growth worldwide, debt capital markets continue to boom. Innovative investment vehicles emerge, structured finance and securitisation capabilities expand and new routes for funding the real economy develop. Driven by a regulatory wave and historic low interests, the industry has gone through transformative changes over the last few decades and is now playing a key role in the Capital Markets Union, the European Commission’s action plan for a more inclusive and resilient economy.
03 December 2020 by
An overview of the major recent legal and regulatory developments that have taken place under Luxembourg and EU law