Real Estate

Institutional, professional and private investors interested in creating an international real estate portfolio will find in Luxembourg a range of sophisticated investment vehicles to suit their specific preferences. The diversity and flexibility of these opportunities has made Luxembourg the leading European location for international real estate investment vehicles. The various legislative changes, in particular the reform of the Specialised Investment Funds Act in 2007 and the resulting SIF (“Specialised Investment Fund”) as well as the amendment of the Luxembourg Limited Partnership with or without legal personality (“SCS” or “SCSp”) in 2014, have had a positive impact on the development of this industry. The introduction of the RAIF (“Reserved Alternative Investment Fund”) as an unregulated vehicle in July 2016 continues the successful trend.

The increasing exchange with a constantly growing number of clients means that we have a wide range of valuable experience which we are happy to pass on to our clients.

Track Record

  • Extensive and many years of experiences for Luxembourg special purpose vehicles of real estate funds in the form of Luxembourg Reserved Alternative Investment Funds (RAIF) and Alternative Investment Funds (AIF) in the form of a SICAV/F, FCP or SCS(p).
  • Successful implementation of real estate funds with EUR 1 billion assets from institutional investors.
  • Extensive and long-standing experience with real estate projects and real estate companies in Germany and Spain.

Our services include

  • Domiciliation including post processing
  • Financial services such as the execution of payment instructions and controlling activities etc
  • accounting
  • annual financial statements
  • tax returns
  • Reporting for institutional investors of real estate funds in close cooperation with the respective Alternative Investment Manager (AIFM) or respective central administration
  • Coordination and supervision of the audit of the individual and consolidated financial statements by the auditing company of your choice
  • Role of the Director’s Office. It is not always possible to locally set up the necessary administrative structures that the operation of a foreign subsidiary requires. With us and our cooperation partners at your side, you no longer have to worry about this aspect.

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