With a population of only half a million, Luxembourg is one of the world’s most developed economies and a key seat of the European Union. Thanks to its strategic location at the heart of Western Europe, social and political stability, innovative and international orientation, as well as modern legal and regulatory framework, the Grand Duchy is the Eurozone’s premier private banking center and the world’s second largest fund center, attracting banks, insurance companies, investment fund promoters and specialized service providers worldwide. Both international firms and local firms need to adapt themselves to the changing landscape of legal market.
SGG, a Luxembourg group specializing in investor services, has undergone a makeover and become IQ-EQ.
The German firm chooses the Grand Duchy for the opening of its first international office.
Luxembourg law firm Elvinger Hoss Prussen has announced the promotion to counsel of Charlotte Chen, Claire De Boeck and Katrien Veranneman, as well as the promotion to partner of Ana Bramao, Frédéric Clasen, Gary Cywie, Yves Elvinger, Anna Hermelinsk...