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6 major changes in new Luxembourg securitisation law

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Securitisation is an important and flexible structure which is used by many investors. In this context, Luxembourg is one of the leading jurisdictions in Europe, with the aggregated balance sheet of financial vehicle corporations (FVCs) domiciled in Luxembourg at the end of Q1 2022 standing at 387.1 billion euros, [...]

Unpacking Luxembourg’s Amended Securitisation Law

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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 [...]

Securitisation 2.0 in Luxembourg

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CrossLend’s resident expert on securitisations, Head of Legal Antonine Sanchez, talks about the potential advantages of a securitisation structure for investors, the changes to Luxembourg’s securitisation law including the ability to better incorporate foreign instruments such as German Schuldschein, and the concept of securitisation as a service. Hi Antonine, can [...]

BNPL – what’s next for the payment alternative that’s taken the world by storm?

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Buy now pay later is a relatively simple concept and not entirely new - but it’s seen massive growth over the past two years, as e-commerce volumes boom. Widespread adoption has come from the fact that merchants love it, since it increases sales; consumers like being able to splurge [...]

Legal newsflash – Luxembourg’s securitisation regime is to be modernised

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The long-awaited draft bill amending Luxembourg's 2004 securitisation law (the “Bill”) was submitted to the Luxembourg Parliament on 21 May 2021. The Bill aims to increase the flexibility of the already successful Luxembourg securitisation regime. In view of growing competition from other European jurisdictions, the amendments are expected to [...]

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