Arendt & Medernach is the leading independent business law firm in Luxembourg. The firm’s international team of more than 300 legal professionals represents Luxembourg and foreign clients in all areas of Luxembourg business law, from our head office in Luxembourg and our representative offices in Dubai, Hong Kong, London, Moscow, New York and Paris.
Corporate law, Mergers & Acquisition - Our team advises clients on all types of domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, complexmulti-jurisdictional corporate restructurings, change of control transactions including tender and exchange offers, going private transactions, acquisitions and disposals of subsidiaries, divisions and assets, joint ventures, strategic alliances, recapitalisations and liquidations.
Private equity & Real estate - Our team advises on all the aspects relating to the structuring and organisation of private equity and real estate funds, managers or advisers, as well as on the investments and transactions made by such private equity and real estate funds, including in particular the crafting of investor co-decision rights, carried interest schemes, debt financing arrangements and capital market- related aspects, and the negotiation of purchase agreements.
Banking & Financial services - Our team advises Luxembourg and international credit institutions and other professionals in the financial services sector (PFS) on regulatory matters, contractual arrangements and on their dealings with clients.
Tax law - Our team provides bespoke tax advice to a wide range of domestic and international clientele, covering all fields of taxation. The team has particular experience in the establishment of tax efficient acquisition and finance structures, VAT, transfer pricing as well as corporate reorganisations in a variety of sectors, with a special focus on the real estate, private equity and investment funds area.
EU Financial & Competition law - In addition to EU & national competition law, including State aid and merger control law, our team advises on European banking and financial law, international and European law of the institutions and EU staff law. Our services in this field include both non-contentious matters and contentious matters such as proceedings before the EU and Luxembourg competition authorities and courts. We also represent clients before the CJEU (Court of Justice of the European Union) on a regular basis.