The 'Luxembourg Private Equity Services 2013' special report comprises seven separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.

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The new SCSp limited partnership regime

The new SCSp limited partnership regime

“In my pan-European view this is the most effective change I’ve seen Luxembourg make in the last 10 years to boost its funds offering to the Private Equity industry,” suggests Justin Partington (pictured), Commercial Director at Ipes – one of Europe’s leading private equity fund administrators with more than USD50billion in funds under administration – in response to the amendments made to Luxembourg’s limited partnership regime.

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Meeting the needs of private equity managers

Meeting the needs of private equity managers

“It’s about providing efficiencies across asset classes. Whether it’s a limited partnership private equity fund, a FoHFs, a hybrid private equity fund, we offer those efficiencies under one hood, on one platform,” comments Eddie Russo (pictured), solutions consultant at Advent Software on Geneva World Investor, the firm’s integrated solution for portfolio management, investor accounting and servicing.

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Luxembourg’s answer to PE regulatory reform

Luxembourg’s answer to PE regulatory reform

By Alain Kinsch & Axelle Ferey – Porter formalised it in the 90’s: innovation is key to competitiveness. Luxembourg’s private equity industry, with the support of Luxembourg authorities, explored this path over the past ten years to establish the Grand Duchy as a European hub for private equity, not only from an international private equity transaction structuring perspective but also from the perspective of a fund structuring and domiciliation hub.