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Luxembourg fund reporting – CRS vs FATCA

Luxembourg funds need clear procedures for CRS compliance, writes Andrew Knight, Partner at M Partners, a member of the Maitland network of law firms. The Luxembourg fund industry should be in an advanced phase of its implementation of the Common Reporting Standard (CRS), with first reports to be filed before June 30 this year by those Luxembourg […]

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STEP Benelux to Examine CRS / FATCA

The presentation on “Understanding how Reporting under CRS/FATCA and US Tax Aspects impact Foreigners using the USA for Wealth Management and Business in their structure” will be given by Andrew Knight, Partner at M Partners (member of the Maitland network), and James O’Neal of AMMC Law, Luxembourg. Read more>     

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New Luxembourg Regime for Alternative Investment Funds – Reserved Alternative Investment Funds (the RAIF)

Helping to reduce asset managers’ time to market. (more…)

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The Common Reporting Standard – time to face up to some realities

Andrew Knight, Partner in Luxembourg, provides a timely reminder of the wide ambit of the CRS. (more…)

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Luxembourg corporate tax update

Andrew Knight, Partner, and Mathieu Gangloff, Associate, in Luxembourg discuss the proposed Luxembourg corporate tax changes relating to the intellectual property regime and net wealth tax. (more…)

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Further Modernisation of Luxembourg Company Law

The Luxembourg parliament is expected, in the centenary year of the 1915 Luxembourg law on commercial companies, to approve amendments[1] to the existing law on commercial companies which will provide certainty in respect of various existing practices which took place in Luxembourg previously but which were not clearly covered in the existing law, and introduce […]

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Alternative investment fund managers’ directive

The alternative investment fund managers’ directive (“AIFMD”) attempts to harmonise national regulations governing alternative investment fund managers (“AIFM”). The AIFMD is aimed at regulating the AIFMs, however, it does indirectly affect the investment funds to which these Managers provide services if there is a link with the EU1 either through managing or marketing such funds. […]

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The Commission De Surveillance Du Secteur Financier (The “CSSF”) publishes revised FAQ on 10 August 2015 relating to the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive

The CSSF has clarified the following through an update to its FAQ (more…)

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AIFMD: the passport for non-EU AIFMs and the marketing of non-EU AIFs by EU AIFMs

Currently, Non-EU AIFMs can only market in the EU or manage EU AIFs under the national private placement regime (NPPR) applicable in each EU member state. These managers do not enjoy the “passport ” under the AIFMD. The problem for Non-EU AIFMs has always been that there is no definition of the NPPR at an […]

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Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) Update

The CSSF has recently issued various communications pertaining to the AIFMD. (more…)

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