Luxembourg is the largest investment fund centre in Europe and the second largest in the world after the United States, and is internationally recognized for its modern legal and regulatory framework designed to foster business development.

Most of the transactions we advise on in Europe include elements of Luxembourg law, due to the prevalence of Luxembourg holding company structures.

We advise on a broad range of areas of expertise, with a particular focus on investment funds, private equity, corporate, tax and dispute resolution. We have extensive experience advising on the structuring and setting up of a broad range of collective and alternative investment funds, including private equity, real estate, infrastructure and debt funds. We also cover the full spectrum of banking and finance, capital markets, restructuring, dispute resolution (in court and in arbitration), as well as Luxembourg and EU financial services regulations.

We assist clients across the globe investing in Luxembourg as well as Luxembourg-based clients on their ambitions to expand internationally, enabling their strategy and cross-border transactional activities.

Our clients include major corporations, leading financial institutions and alternative investment players as well as privately held companies and sovereigns. They look to us for guidance to solve problems, evaluate new opportunities, comply with complex regulations and implement essential business strategies.



"The Luxembourg Funds Practice is well-positioned to leverage the firm's extensive global network and asset management connections" Legal 500, 2023

"Firm to watch for Investment Funds and Private Equity" Legal 500, 2023

"Assists international clients with investments into Luxembourg, as well as acting for Luxembourgish clients on cross-border transactions. The team boasts significant experience in cross-border M&A transactions, as well as in private equity and restructuring mandates." Chambers Global 2023

Highly Recommended for Private Equity, Fund Structuring, Corporate / M&A and Restructuring & Insolvency in Luxembourg (Leaders League 2024)


Advising Africa50 on the setting up and the fundraising Africa50 Infrastructure Acceleration Fund I LP, a Mauritius close-ended infrastructure private equity mobilizing large-scale and long-term institutional capital from African and international institutions to make investments in infrastructure projects across the African continent.

Cubera Private Equity
Advising Cubera Private Equity in relation to setting up Cubera International Private Equity 2022, investing with an international private equity strategy.

Setting up a new PE fund in Luxembourg
Advising the shareholders of Olma Partners SARL with setting up Olma Private Equity Fund II, a new private equity fund in Luxembourg (formed as a reserved alternative investment fund (RAIF)).

Crédit Mutuel Arkéa
Advising French cooperative banking group Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, on the disposal of its Luxembourg subsidiary and the subsequent merger with Keytrade Bank, creating the leading bank in Luxembourg for online banking, trading and brokerage services. Our advice included all the regulatory procedures before the European Central Bank as well as the Belgian, French, Luxembourg and Swiss banking and financial regulators.

Advising privately held investment company Cobepa on:

  • its acquisition of Ned Stevens, one of the leading gutter cleaning and home maintenance service providers in the United States, from AVALT;
  • its investment in Reaction Biology Corporation, an industry-leading provider of drug discovery services; and
  • the sale by Five Arrows and BIP Investment Partners of their 33% stake in the Socotec Group to Clayton Dubilier & Rice.

Cary Group
Advising Cary Group, portfolio company of Nordic Capital and CVC, on the acquisition of Autoglas Luxemburg, a vehicle glass repair and replacement company.

Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners
Advising Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, global leader in private infrastructure equity investing, on the (indirect) sale of shares in VTG.

Triton Partners
Advised private equity investor Triton Partners on its €943,000,000 sale of DSI Underground, the world's leading supplier of ground support products, systems and solutions for the underground mining and tunnelling industry, to Sandvik Group, a high-tech global engineering group offering products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety.

Hiro Capital
Advising Luxembourg-based Hiro Metaverse Acquisitions I, a SPAC sponsored by Hiro Capital, on its £115 million initial public offering and admission to trading on the London Stock Exchange.

Consolidated Energy Finance
Advising Consolidated Energy Finance as Issuer in connection with the offering of US$525 million aggregate principal amount of its 5.625% senior notes due 2028 and €250 million aggregate principal amount of its 5.000% senior notes due 2028. The notes have been listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.

Advised E.ON SE on the issuance of Green Bonds with an aggregate principal amount of €1.5 billion. The notes were admitted to trading on the regulated market of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange. E.ON SE will use the net proceeds of the issuance exclusively for Qualified Green Projects as defined in its Green Bond Framework.

CVC Capital Partners
Advising CVC Capital Partners on a €1.3 billion high yield bond issuance related to the proposed acquisition of FIMEI. The senior secured notes have been issued by Rossini in two tranches: €650 million 6.750% fixed rate notes due 2025, and €650 million floating rates notes due 2025 – three-month EURIBOR with 0% floor, plus a margin of 6.250%. The notes have been offered and sold pursuant to Rule 144A and Regulation S under the Securities Act and listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.