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Corporate and M&A
_Luxembourg has always been focused on attracting foreign investors by implementing an efficient, flexible and business-friendly legal environment. Setting up a business or a joint venture, merging or restructuring, choosing the right form to give shape to a business project, they are all crucial steps in preparing towards success. Thanks to expert consultancy and experienced advisers, our Corporate Practice Group helps our clients make the right decision.
Our multi-disciplinary team deals with any legal, regulatory or tax issues, offering high-quality, integrated and complete services. Our lawyers assist on all types of both domestic and cross-border high-profile transactions such as M&A, joint ventures, demergers and restructurings, friendly and unfriendly takeovers, as well as more straightforward day-to-day advice. Their hands-on approach, follow-up of projects, availability and responsiveness as well as our commitment to timelines are regularly praised by clients and highlighted by rankings of the legal profession.
Our Services at a Glance:
Our lawyers take care of the most complex procedures and transactions and assist with:
- Setting-up various types of company, Luxembourg and foreign partnerships and branches, trusts, dual nationality company;
- Migration and transfer of entities / seats to-and-from Luxembourg;
- Implementation of intra-group financing structures;
- Capital structuring;
- Assets and liabilities contributions;
- Restructuring, insolvency and liquidation;
- Cross-border mergers and demergers including reverse mergers;
- Acquisitions, takeovers and buyouts;
- Joint Venture and Shareholder agreements;
- Corporate governance;
- Private equity structures;
- Corporate finance;
- Data protection issues.
- Tax and regulatory issues.
Our Corporate Practice Group includes lawyers from various cultural backgrounds working in their native languages as well as fluent in English. They all work closely with the other practice groups of the firm, and in particular with the firm's banking & finance, investment funds, tax and litigation departments. Wildgen can therefore act as a one-stop shop and offer seamless co-ordination across practices.
We boast an impressive roster of major domestic and international clients across various industries: financial services, insurance and reinsurance, real estate, aviation and maritime, energy, telecommunications and technology, manufacturing, automotive, agro-food, health and pharmaceutics. Additionally, we have a strong private equity practice, advising clients on major transactions.
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