Benoît  Duvieusart

Benoît Duvieusart

Partner - duvieusart ebel, avocats associés

Contact Details

Jurisdiction
  • Luxembourg
Address
55, rue Charles Arendt L- 1134
Luxembourg
Luxembourg

Practice Area Membership(s)

  • Tax (Law)
  • Corporate Law

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Biography

Corporate Law, M&A, general business law, insolvency.

Benoît Duvieusart has advised major international companies on the structuring of corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buy-outs, private equity deals and group financings.
 
He previously acted as Senior Associate in the Corporate Law – M&A Practice of Arendt & Medernach, a major law firm in Luxembourg.
 
Prior to joining the Luxembourg Bar, Benoît was General Secretary and member of the Executive Committee of a Luxembourg private bank.
 
He had previously got experience in investments funds, securities custody and administration and wealth structuring in one of the major Luxembourg banks.
 
He is a member of ALFI, the Luxembourg Investment Funds Association, of ILA, the Luxembourg institute of Directors, and a founding member, and director until 2006, of the Luxembourg professional association of portfolio managers (ALGAFI).
 
He is an occasional lecturer at the IFBL, the Luxembourg banking education institute.
 
Benoît Duvieusart holds a Master’s degree in law from the Université de Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL) (Belgium) and an LL.M. from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom).
 
Languages : English, French, Dutch and Spanish.

Firm Description

duvieusart ebel, avocats associés is an independent and dynamic Luxembourg law firm that combines recognized experiences in Corporate and M&A, Investment funds, Tax, Regulatory and General Business law.

  • d&e closely accompanie its clients by dedicating time and gained know-how to their projects and by complying with the requirements of excellence and efficiency,
  • d&e is focused on delivering timely, pragmatic and tailor-made solutions,
  • d&e aims to build trustful and long lasting relationships, allowing it to maximise added value.

Its ever demanding client-base is mainly composed of

  • investment fund, 
  • assets managers, 
  • family offices, 
  • high net worth private investors, 
  • entrepreneurs, 
  • private banks and insurance companies, 
  • domestic and multinational companies,
  • private trusts and foundation,
  • financial intermediaries, and
  • correspondent law firms.