• Advising one of the largest insurance companies in the world on the structuring, setting up and launching of a cross-border real estate fund of funds platform focusing on the Asian market and organized as a special limited partnership (SLP) qualifying as reserved alternative investment fund (RAIF).
  • Advising a leading US asset manager on the structuring, implementing and launching of a Luxembourg multi-compartment and multi-strategy alternative investment fund platform, organized as a special limited partnership (SLP) qualifying as reserved alternative investment fund (RAIF), aiming to serve as European distribution platform with each compartment investing in parallel with US investment funds.
  • Advising the first ever Luxembourg-based European Venture Capital Funds Manager under the EuVECA label, on the structuring, regulatory application, launching and fund raising of a venture capital fund organised as a special limited partnership whose investment strategy is to invest in the fastest growing digital-native companies, predominately in Europe, who have the most likelihood of becoming a next-generation industry category champions.
  • Advising a leading US private equity manager with assets under management of more than USD31 billion on the structuring and establishment of a Luxembourg alternative investment fund set up for a pension fund of a large Swiss city.
  • Advising the largest international tyre manufacturer on the legal aspects of its strategic investments in various close-ended ventures capital funds.
  • Advising Kleos Space, which focuses on the development of geolocation intelligence data service by using in-Space technologies, to move from a startup to an emerging corporate, to be the first ever Luxembourg issuer whose instruments are admitted to listing and trading on the Australian Stock Exchange.
  • Advising a multinational power management company, on a global and multi-jurisdictional intra-group restructuring program. Several contributions of foreign companies have been made to the equity of the Luxembourg companies, whose aggregate value exceeded USD1 billion.