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Managing Partner: François Brouxel
Partners: Samia Rabia, Michel Bulach, David Maria, Mevlüde-Aysun Tokbag, Lionel Bonifazzi, Isabelle Charlier, Mark Shaw, Karine Vilret, Dr. Eric Perru, Yann Payen, Giuseppe Cafiero
Number of partners: 12
Total staff: 85+
Languages and nationalities: 15+
Since 1923, Wildgen has been at the heart of legal practice in Luxembourg serving its clients as an independent full-service business law firm. It is today known as one of the best law firms in the country, possessing a strong track record and offering sound technical expertise. In 2018 Wildgen opened its first international representative office in London.
Wildgen’s practice groups offer a complete range of legal, regulatory and tax services and a wealth of experience on domestic and cross-border transactions. They provide integrated services and work closely together so the firm can act as a one-stop shop. Wildgen lawyers think strategically and pragmatically for their clients. They offer first-class service and a client-focused approach, speaking fluent English and a number of other key languages.
While fully independent, Wildgen boasts a wide-ranging and long-established network of experts and like-minded law firms worldwide, enabling the firm to provide the very best advice in each circumstance. The firm is the Luxembourg member firm of the Interlex Group and Lawyers Associated Worldwide, two global non-exclusive associations of leading independent law firms.
The firm is able to achieve the best outcomes for its clients and regularly represents Fortune 500 companies as well as a wide variety of corporations, partnerships, emerging businesses, HNWIs, asset managers and family offices, investment funds, private equity houses, major banking and financial institutions and leading insurance and reinsurance market players.
Wildgen embraces commercial and ethical principles such as being transparent and efficient in the work it delivers, equally flexible and innovative and places an emphasis on excellence, pro-activity, responsiveness and diversity.
Asset and Project Finance | Banking and Financial Law | Capital Markets | Corporate Finance | Fund Finance | Lending and Financial Collaterals | Regulatory and Compliance | Securitisation | Structured Finance
Corporate Law | Cross-border Mobility | European Structures (SE, EEIG, SCE) | Insolvency and Restructuring | Joint Ventures | Liquidation | Mergers and Acquisitions | Transfers of Seats and Recapitalisations
Advisory | Banking, Finance and Insurance Litigation | Civil and Commercial Disputes | Corporate Disputes | Debt Collection and Recovery
Advisory and Litigation | Contracts | Crisis Management | Employee Management | GDPR Compliance | TUPE
Affinity | Captive Reinsurance | Commercial Reinsurance | Contracts and Policies | Freedom to Provide Services and Freedom of Establishment | Insurance Funds | Life | Non-Life | Professional Liability | Regulatory | Surety Insurance | Specialty Lines
AIFM | ELTIFs | European Social Entrepreneurship Funds (EuSEFs) | European Venture Capital Funds (EuVECAs) | Islamic Finance | Microfinance | Non-UCITS Retail Funds (Part II Funds) | Private Equity | RAIFs | Real Estate Funds | SICARs | SIFs | UCITS | UCITS Management Companies | Unregulated Alternative Investment Funds | Venture Capital
Competition | Data Protection | Distribution Law and Advertising | E-commerce | Intellectual Property Rights | Regulatory and General Trade Practices | Sports Law | Trademark, Copyrights, Domain Names, Patents, Designs and Models Life Sciences
Luxembourg and International Taxation | Cross-Border Transactions | Financing structures | Mergers and Acquisitions | Regulated or unregulated vehicle | Securitization | Structuring and Restructuring | Tax due diligence | Tax Pre-litigation and Litigation | VAT and indirect taxes | Private wealth
- Data Protection and Governance
- Private Equity and Venture Capital
- Real Estate
- Sustainable Finance
Banking & Finance
IP & TMT
The European Commission continues to review the rules around management and distribution of AIFs within the EU. The latest round of changes aims to improve the landscape for fund distribution, so let’s take a look with Partner Mark Shaw, at the changes introduced by the Cross-border Distribution Directive, which will be coming into force from […]
Wildgen’s ESG expert Mark Shaw appears in a short video where he talks about the compliance requirements for ESG funds. He addresses one of the hot topics of the moment using clear and concise explanations to the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). All this is in the context of our “Ask a lawyer” series, where one […]
List of double tax treaties in force and in negotiation as of 9 July 2021. Situated at the crossroad of Europe, the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg is based on a dynamic and open economy which actively promotes the development of cross border trade and investments. Its major role in terms of international trade in the sectors of banking […]
Conflicts between managers and shareholders are a regular occurrence. For shareholders it is of the utmost importance to have an effective strategy in place to overcome such conflicts. The following recommendations represent a non-exhaustive list that should only be considered for unlisted companies and is focused on Luxembourg practice.1 References to a manager may also apply […]
Before shareholder conflicts arise, it can be beneficial to follow certain guidelines in order to ensure that conflicts do not arise at all, can be mitigated, or that a stronger position can be achieved. The following is a non-exhaustive list of 10 tips for unlisted companies to avoid conflict. Tip 1: Comprehensive and clear articles […]
Director Michael Mbayi has received an award from the Fund Finance Association (FFA) for his outstanding contribution to the fund finance industry in 2020. Michael has cutting-edge expertise in fund finance transactions. FFA is a major non-profit industry association in the fund finance market in the United States. Its Annual Contribution to the Industry Award […]
Luxembourg, 25 mai 2021 – Wildgen, Luxembourg law firm, whose commitment to social causes is recognised and labelled, is organising a sports challenge to celebrate World Environment Day. This is a simple effort: to walk or run 50 kilometers over 50 days – from 5 June to 24 July – in order to raise money […]
We are delighted to announce that Miryam Lassalle is joining our London office as a Director and will strengthen the firm’s insurance law team. We would be grateful if you could publish it or make an article out of it. Through this recruitment, Wildgen is demonstrating: its commitment to developing its presence in London, expanding its services and reinforcing […]