Infrastructure funds

Our investment fund team supports promoters seeking to establish a Luxembourg infrastructure fund in finding the appropriate investment vehicle to meet their requirements and goals from a marketing, regulatory and legal perspective.

We advise on the full spectrum of Luxembourg investment vehicles and fund regimes including specialised investment funds (SIF), reserved alternative investment funds (RAIF), alternative investments funds with an authorised AIFM, and unregulated common limited partnerships (SCS) and special limited partnerships (SCSp). We can also evaluate the structuring of the investment vehicle as a European Long-Term Investment Fund (ELTIF).

Our team furthermore:

  • Assists clients with drafting fund documentation, review of service provider agreements, regulatory filing with the CSSF, if necessary, and incorporation of the general partner and the fund.
  • Introduces clients to service providers that meet their requirements, including custodian banks, AIFMs, fund administrators, registrars and transfer agents, and auditors.
  • Provides corporate support services throughout the private fund’s life cycle, including amendment of fund documents, restructuring, and launch or closure of sub-funds.
  • Advises on AIFMD-related issues.

Key competencies

arrow_forward Private equity – Fund structuring

arrow_forward Venture capital funds

arrow_forward Real estate – Fund structuring

arrow_forward Hedge funds

arrow_forward Crypto funds

arrow_forward Private debt funds

arrow_forward Sustainable finance and ESG funds

arrow_forward Regulatory and compliance

arrow_forward Restructuring and insolvency

arrow_forward Investment fund litigation

Highlighted cases

arrow_forward Assisting a UAE-regulated manager with migration of a Cayman fund investing in aircraft and aircraft engines to a Luxembourg RAIF, and provision of legal and corporate support.

arrow_forward  Assisting a UK-regulated manager with the establishment of a sub-fund of a RAIF investing in assets such as life science and health care companies