Leading business law firm Luther was established in Luxembourg in 2010. The firm’s multilingual professionals advise domestic and international clients across numerous practice areas, particularly Corporate/M&A, Banking and Finance, Dispute Resolution, Investment Management, Employment, and Real Estate. Our clients, ranging from multinational corporations, investment funds, financial institutions to private equity firms, have placed their trust in our interdisciplinary legal advice that aims to hit the mark. Luther employs over 420 lawyers and tax advisors and is present in ten German economic centers and has ten international offices in European and Asian financial centers.
Luxembourg, located in the heart of Europe, is an internationally renowned financial and business center. Thanks to the country’s political and social stability, a forward thinking legal and regulatory framework, and a favorable tax system, Luxembourg is considered an ideal environment for businesses to thrive. Over the years, it has become the home of many financial institutions and international companies and has gained the reputation of Europe’s first investment funds center and only second worldwide after the United States in terms of assets under management. It is chosen by world’s leading asset managers as the center for their international fund ranges. Luxembourg-domiciled investment funds are distributed in over 70 countries around the globe.
Luxembourg also plays a key role in European politics as it a founding member of the European Union and one of the three EU capitals where main EU institutions have their official seats.
Frankfurt am Main - On 18 September 2019, the project and property developer Euroboden fully placed a corporate bond for EUR 40 million in the over-the-counter market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Luther advised the company on the structuring of the bond terms, the preparation of the securities prospectus in accordance with the new prospectus law and, as transaction lawyer, on the public offering of the corporate bond. >>
The Netherlands-based electric vehicle charging company Eneco eMobility B.V. takes over 100% of shares in the German chargeIT mobility GmbH. Luther advised Eneco eMobility on legal and tax matters in this transaction, including due diligence, and thus once again supported the Eneco Group in its acquisitions in Germany. >>
As of 1 October 2019, Ruth-Maria Thomsen will join Luther Real Estate Team as a partner at the Frankfurt office. >>
The decision by British citizens to choose to withdraw from the European Union, i.e. Brexit, will have profound political, economic and legal implications for relations with the EU. >>
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