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MOLITOR has been commended for their expertise in Banking, Finance and Capital Markets, Commercial, Corporate and M&A, Dispute Resolution, Employment, IT and IP, Insurance, Investment funds and Real Estate and Construction. MOLITOR’s Dispute Resolution practice continues to lead the field. The firm received tier 1 rankings for the 7th consecutive year. We are honoured by […]
Luxembourg, 25 April 2017 – MOLITOR is pleased to have again achieved rankings across its practices. The firm has been listed in Banking & Finance, Corporate & M&A, Dispute Resolution, Employment and IP & TMT. MOLITOR was particularly praised for the firm’s capabilities when dealing with complex matters. We are honoured by our clients’ appreciation and proud […]
Chan Park, Partner at MOLITOR Avocat à la Cour will be talking about BREXIT: PERSPECTIVES AND LUXEMBOURG OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE BANKING AND FUND SECTORS, on 27 October 2016 at 11 a.m. at the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Seoul. The conference is organised by the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office Seoul, Korea in cooperation […]
Actes du colloque organisé le 27 juin 2014 par le Centre juridique franco-allemand de l’Université de la Sarre : Le Crowdfunding ou financement participatif : état des lieux en Europe, Allemagne, France et Luxembourg
A practical cross-border insight into lending and secured finance.
Le Luxembourg a été parmi les premiers pays à se doter d’une loi pour lutter contre le blanchiment de capitaux. Revue de détail.
Following the European Systemic Risk Board’s recommendation on the financing of credit institutions (ESRB/2012/2), and more precisely recommendation B “Risk management of asset encumbrance by institutions”, CSSF Circular n°12/552 has been updated by Circular n°14/597, dated 24 November 2014. So what’s new?
De plus en plus d’actions en justice sont intentées chaque année à l’encontre des dirigeants de sociétés. Cette augmentation s’explique par deux facteurs : la complexification de la réglementation en vigueur et la judiciarisation de la matière.
For decades, the financial markets have occupied a fundamental position within Luxembourg’s economy, having an enormous effect on the public budget and employment market. With respect to the banking sector, Luxembourg’s government pursues a continuous policy of diversification of activities, in particular in the field of banks issuing mortgage bonds, securitisation and venture capital. Furthermore, […]