_Six Luxembourg commercial banks (BCEE, BGL BNP Paribas, BIL, Banque de Luxembourg, ING and Raiffeisen) in coordination with the ABBL have implemented measures in order to support the economy and...
Banking & Finance
Luxembourg’s attractiveness as a financial centre is guaranteed by its high level of responsiveness and flexibility in a constantly changing environment. The Luxembourg banking and financial industry has expanded to become an international centre of excellence and one of the most sophisticated financial centres in the world. It is today one the largest private banking centres and includes more than 140 banks as well as many others Financial sector professionals (“PSF”), all of them regulated by the CSSF (“Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier”).
Our banking and finance team has proved to be a highly reliable partner for credit institutions and financial players, for lenders and borrowers. We assist them in a wide range of banking and financial issues:
- Banking services and private banking,
- Corporate and project finance,
- Structured finance and securitisation,
- Islamic finance,
- Capital markets,
- Financial collaterals,
- Syndicated loans,
- Banking secrecy and regulatory compliance,
- KYC and anti-money laundering policies,
- Communication with the regulatory authorities,
- Banking litigation.
_This is the 11th episode of our COVID-19 webcast series. In this new episode, Mark Shaw gives a quick run-down of where we are in terms of financial services regulation, corporate law and t...
Pôle Assurance Banque Épargne - Rapport d’activité 2019 : Protéger les clients et assurer une visibilité claire de l’ensemble du marché dans un contexte de digitalisation croissante
_Établi en avril 2010(1), le Pôle commun à l’Autorité de Contrôle Prudentiel et de Résolution (ACPR) et à l’Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) a pour mission de protéger les clients dans les secteu...
_Today marks four years since the one of the most divisive moments in Europe politics – the decision of the UK electorate to leave the European Union. The intervening period has been one of significan...
Requested Measures from the CSSF to Supervised Entities in the Light of the Return to Working On-site
_On 19 June 2020, the CSSF (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier) published its requested measures to supervised entities in the light of the return to working on-site. Read the communicati...
The Latest CSSF Communications to Regulated Entities Falling under its Supervision Regarding COVID-19
Updated: 19 June 2020. _The CSSF has issued a COVID-19 FAQ matrix, which is updated on a regular basis and inclues its position on a range of regulatory issues. CSSF COVID-19 FAQ The ...
The CSSF Released Recommendations to Supervised Entities on Telework and a Possible Return to the Office
_On 14 May 2020, the CSSF (Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier) released its recommendations to supervised entities on telework and a possible return to the office. Read the communica...
_This is the eighth episode of our COVID-19 webcast series. In this episode Partner Mark Shaw wants to look at a couple of updates from European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) over ...
_On 1 April 2020, the FATF President released a public statement regarding COVID-19 and measures to combat laundering and illicit financing. In this statement the FATF President drew the attention of ...