Deloitte solutions for private equity and real estate industries in Luxembourg
The forthcoming transposition of new directives into Luxembourg law raises questions about how well-prepared the industry is with regards to the new regulatory landscape.
To help private equity and real estate managers deal with these challenges, Deloitte Luxembourg has developed a tailor-made services offering, split into 5 solutions:
|Sustainable real estate - Responsible property investment preparing for the new requirements
The evolution of the EU and local regulatory environment, together with the changes in market conditions, create major challenges for the real estate industry and has changed the context for real estate investment decision-making.
|Process reviews and Target Operating Model - For real estate and private equity
It is key to find the right operating model that is adapted to your strategy, organisation and culture, and be able to provide the necessary flexibility to not only fulfil your requirements today but also help you to further adapt in the future to ever changing regulatory, tax, legal and accounting obligations.
|Luxembourg partnership regime overhaul - Structuring opportunities ahead
The modernisation of the partnership regime currently included in the legislative process in Luxembourg will offer a larger spectrum of structuring opportunities for alternative investment fund vehicles.
|Hot accounting topics - For real estate and private equity
Although the different steps taken so far towards convergence between IFRS and US GAAPs have been positive with regards to accounting and reporting practices across the globe, the correct application of standards and interpretations can nevertheless remain a challenging exercise.
|SIF and well-informed investors
The new Article 2 (3) of the amended SIF Law specifies that the specialised investment fund shall have the means necessary to ensure compliance with the requirements related to the definition of well-informed investors.