Unpacking Luxembourg’s Amended Securitisation Law
A web session with CrossLend, PwC and Allen & Overy
With Luxembourg as one of the main jurisdictions for securitisations in Europe, recent amendments to the duchy’s securitisation law look set to provide additional flexibility and clarity for issuers and investors. That includes expanding the variety of financial instruments which can be used as securitisation assets, and additionally allowing loans granted to special purpose vehicles (SPVs) by investors to be used for refinancing purposes.
Addressing these changes and more in depth, the web session features Antonine Sanchez, Head of Legal at CrossLend, Holger von Keutz, Securitisation Leader at PwC Luxembourg, and Paul Péporté, Partner at Allen & Overy. It is moderated by Jochen Weiss, Director Regulatory and Accounting Solutions at CrossLend.
Join us in exploring the various benefits these legal changes will bring for European capital market participants.
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