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Mergers & acquisitions services

In a world of dynamic changes, you want to be sure that your advisor is there with you every step of the way. Offering a worldwide network of M&A professionals ready to optimize your business strategies, Deloitte Luxembourg is uniquely positioned to serve clients across the entire M&A deal life cycle. Whether you plan a merger, an acquisition, a joint venture, a sale, an equity investment or any other operation, a dedicated team of tax, legal, accounting and advisory experts will accompany you in order to minimize risk and maximize returns. Our specialists will give you high quality, comprehensive, strategically focused services with a global view taking into account the multidisciplinary aspects of cross-border deals.

Luxembourg has recently seen a boom in M&A activity with new comers such as Infrastructure Funds and Sovereign Wealth Funds joining the traditional real estate, private equity and hedge funds already strongly present on the market. Long known for its flexibility, Luxembourg is the ideal place to implement a tax efficient M&A transaction. For a while now, we have provided in-depth assistance to our large client base ranging across a wide array of business sectors. After SICAR and securitisation vehicles, the launching of SIF and SPF during the year 2007 is the latest picture of the Luxembourg commitment to the development of such industry.

Our corporate finance team will advise you to plan and execute M&A transactions. All along the process, we will be on your side to analyse, value, negotiate and structure deals. We will also provide you with assistance in fundraising and access to the capital markets if needed. Our services will typically cover the full M&A scope, i.e. information memorandum, valuation, business modeling, financial and operational due diligence, vendor due diligence etc…

We can further assist you in defining and implementing efficient tax strategies to provide solutions tailored to your business needs. After identifying potential tax issues and reducing tax leakages, our main role will consist in securing with the Luxembourg tax authorities the tax treatment applied to the structure. Our intervention will also include compliance services.

Contacts

Corporate finance & advisory services:
 
Benjamin Collette
Tel: +352 451 452 809
Email: bcollette@deloitte.lu
Pierre Masset
Tel: +352 451 452 756
Email: pmasset@deloitte.lu
Joachim Heukmes
Tel: +352 451 452 037
Email: jheukmes@deloitte.lu
 
Tax:
 
Raymond Krawczykowski
Tel: +352 451 452 500
Email: rkrawczykowski@deloitte.lu
David Capocci
Tel: +352 451 452 437
Email: dcapocci@deloitte.lu
Audit:
 
Georges Kioes
Tel: +352 451 452 249
Email: gkioes@deloitte.lu
Sophie Mitchell
Tel: +352 451 452 481
Email: somitchell@deloitte.lu
Corporate services:
 
Jean-Philippe Foury
Tel: +352 45145 2418
Email: jpfoury@deloitte.lu
 

Related links

  • ExternalURL
    ALFI
    Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry
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    EVCA
    European private equity & Venture Capital Association
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    CSSF
    Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier

Publications

  • Deal breakers
    A survey into the hidden VAT cost on merger & acquisition activity across Europe
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    An integrated approach

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