Working group

Securitisation

The main purpose of the Securitisation working group is to monitor and comment on the securitisation regulatory environment in Luxembourg and Europe.

It shall futher facilitate the development of a Luxembourgish market position on specific questions and interpretations and foster the the attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated securitisation vehicles or funds.

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The Securitisation working group is monitoring and commenting on developments of the European and Luxembourgish regulatory environment for securitisation. In this function, the working group members meet and exchange on a regular basis and publish position papers or hold webinars from time to time, e.g. previously on the EU Securitisation regulation. The aim is to develop recommendations to improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated securitisation vehicles or funds

The group is composed of representatives of the main Luxembourg law firms, audit firms, corporate servicers, banks and the stock exchange. In this set-up, the working group is able to develop a holistic market view on different subjects and represent the Luxembourg capital markets community vis-à-vis Luxembourgish and European regulators.

Sponsor

Andreas Heinzmann

GSK Stockmann

Chairperson

Louis-Maël Cogis

Simmons & Simmons

Chairperson

Markus Zenz

PwC

Publications

  • Securitisation
Securitisation l Collateralised Loan Obligations (CLOs): A New Dawn for Luxembourg

13 July 2022

Our latest paper “𝘾𝙇𝙊𝙨 : 𝘼 𝙉𝙚𝙬 𝘿𝙖𝙬𝙣 𝙛𝙤𝙧 𝙇𝙪𝙭𝙚𝙢𝙗𝙤𝙪𝙧𝙜” is now accessible to all our followers! Our Securitisation Working Group touches some interesting points regarding the amendment of the Luxembourg Securitisation Law and illustrates how its modernization is ushering in a new dawn for Luxembourg in CLOs securitisation.

EU Securitisation Regulation l LuxCMA technical position paper

29 November 2021

Since the enactment of the Securitisation Law, Luxembourg has proven to be one of the prime locations for securitisation transactions in Europe and has become a hub for the setup of securitisation structures. For the purpose of exchanging views regarding the Luxembourg securitisation business, LuxCMA has set-up a specific task force dealing only with securitisation questions. The first output of this group is the "EU Securitisation Regulation Position…