Wildgen Opens Representative Office in London

As a response to the increased UK interest in the Luxembourg market, Wilgen opened a London representative office in June and celebrated this launch in November

As a response to the increased UK interest in the Luxembourg market, Wilgen opened a London representative office in June and celebrated this launch in November


The office will be headed by partner Mark Shaw who was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 2004 and is a member of the Luxembourg Bar specialising in the structuring and distribution of regulated and unregulated funds with experience across the liquidity spectrum. He comments: “By having a presence in London, it makes the firm far more accessible for our UK clients, and helps us to maintain strong relationships with local law firms", before adding:"clients will be able to receive relevant and timely advice on Luxembourg law, and discuss matters with a lawyer who combines an understanding of the nuances of the UK financial and legal markets with the Luxembourg legal and regulatory framework.”

 

 

Camille Guével 

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