Luther Luxembourg Welcomes New Banking, Finance and Capital Markets Partner
Bob Scharfe has joined the firm to strengthen its practice in banking, finance and capital markets. He previously worked at Hogan Lovells and Elvinger Hoss Prussen in Luxembourg.
Bob Scharfe focuses on advising banks, multi-national corporations and private equity firms on a wide range of banking and financing matters, capital markets, structured finance, securitisation and insolvency law aspects, as well as structuring private equity investments through Luxembourg. He also has solid experience in general corporate law. “The dynamic and pragmatic Luxembourg financial centre remains highly attractive to investors,” he says, before adding “I believe that Luther, as a dynamic, client-focused and international law firm, is well positioned to guide and assist international and local players in these fast-changing times.”
Eric Sublon, Managing Partner at Luther in Luxembourg is delighted to welcome Mr Scharfe, “with him we will further bolster our banking, finance and capital Markets practice that will offer, hand in hand with the other practice areas of the firm, seamless and interdisciplinary services to our current and future clients.”
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