Who’s Who Legal and GCR recognised Marie de Drouas among Competition Future Leaders

Who’s Who Legal and Global Competition Review (GCR) have revealed their listing of lawyers believed by their peers to be the most eminent lawyers in the field of competition Law under the age of 45. Marie de Drouas has been selected and recognised by clients and peers in the Future Leaders Competition – Partners section of Who’s […]

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Securitization in Luxembourg

By “securitisation” is meant the operation by which a securitisation vehicle acquires or takes on risks linked to loans, goods or liabilities accepted by a third party by issuing transferable securities the value or yield of which is dependent on these risks. Practically speaking, a securitisation operation consists of bringing together a group of assets […]

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The advantage of a SOPARFI in Luxembourg

The SOPARFI (Société de Participations Financières) is not a special type of company but an ordinary commercial entity governed by common law, specifically the 1915 Law on commercial companies. It does not enjoy any special tax regime and is fully taxable. There are no restraints on its field of activity. A Soparfi can, however, significantly […]

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Simon Rogers Murdoch joins IR as the exclusive Corporate Law and Commercial Litigation Member in Antigua.

International Referral, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Nelleen Rogers Murdoch of Simon Rogers Murdoch. Nelleen has joined IR as our exclusive Corporate Law and Commercial Litigation member in Antigua. Simon Rogers Murdoch is a firm providing exceptional legal services to local, regional and international clients. The firm’s founders […]

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