Luxembourg solutions for raising capital in Europe and beyond
Join the Luxembourg breakfast seminar to gain insights on the latest fund raising solutions
This breakfast seminar will showcase - case studies and concrete examples - of how Luxembourg allows US managers to raise a maximum of capital in Europe and beyond, with a focus on Real Estate, Private Equity, Hedge and Infrastructure Funds.
- The Luxembourg Alternatives toolbox
- How parallel structures can enable Asset Managers to access the AIFM passport and help raise capital
- Brexit and the impact on distribution
- The role of the AIFM
- How to reach investors through capital raising
- Latest tax developments
CEO, Carne Global Financial Services
Chairman, Royalton Partners
Contributors to the discussion:
Marc-André Bechet, Director Tax & Legal, Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry
Steve Bernat, CEO, Carne Global Financial Services
Giuliano Bidoli, Partner, KPMG
Nicolas Bouveret, Senior Associate, Arendt & Medernach
Francisco da Cunha, Partner, Deloitte
Ewald Hamlescher, Managing Director, GAM
William Jones, Founder and Senior Partner, ManagementPlus
Maarten Verjans, Partner, PwC
Denise Voss, Chairman, Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry
Robert White, Senior Manager, EY
Jérôme Wigny, Partner, Elvinger Hoss Prussen
Nigel Williams, Chairman, Royalton Partners
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