COMMITTEES

LPEA is currently operating with 5 Committees, each of them being independent and organized unspecific working groups.

The Committees are:

LEGAL COMMITTEE

The objectives of the Legal Committee are:
    • examine and address legal and/or regulatory issues and elaborate proposals to improve the Luxembourg legal and/or regulatory framework for the implementation of investment as well as management and advisory functions (i.e., managers, advisors or general partners of private equity and venture capital investment structures).
    • develop recommendations to further improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private equity and venture capital funds and investment, aquisition or financing vehicles or funds.
    • support LPEA in addressing request of Invest Europe and other associations.
    • support LPEA in addressing request of the CSSF and other authorities such as the Europeen Commission.
    • liaise and coordinate industry actions and initiatives with the ALFI PE&VC Working Group, if and when necessary.
    • examine all AIFMD related issues and their impact on Luxembourg based private equity and venture capital stakeholders and parties (i.e., managers, advisors or general partners of private equity and venture capital investment structure, services providers).
    • develop recommendations to improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg in the contexte of AIFMD as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private equity and venture capital funds and investment, aquisition or financing vehicles or funds.
The Legal Committee leaders are:

Katia Panichi | Elvinger Hoss Prussen
Marie Amet-Hermes | Riverside

TAX COMMITTEE

The objectives of the Tax Committee are:
  • examine all tax issues and elaborate proposals to improve the Luxembourg tax framework for the implementation of investment structures as well as management and advisory functions (i.e., managers, advisors or general partners of private equity and venture capital investment structures).
  • develop recommendations to further improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private equity and venture capital funds and investment, aquisition or financing vehicles or funds.
  • support LPEA in addressing request of EVCA and other associations.
  • support LPEA in addressing request of the CSSF and other authorities such as the Europeen Commission.
  • liaise and coordinate industry actions and initiatives with the ALFI PE&VC Working Group, if and when necessary.
The Tax Committee leaders are:

Patrick Mischo | Allen & Overy
Marianne Spanos | CVC Capital Partners

ACCOUNTING & VALUATION COMMITTEE

The objectives of the Accounting & Valuation Committee are:
  • develop recommendations to improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private equity and venture capital funds and investment, aquisition or financing vehicles or funds. The Committee will address legal and/or regulatory issues and to elaborate proposals to improve the legal and/or regulatory framework in respect of all accouting and valuation related issues.
  • support LPEA in addressing request of EVCA and other associations.
  • support LPEA in addressing request of the CSSF and other authorities such as the Europeen Commission.
  • liaise and coordinate industry actions and initiatives with the ALFI PE&VC Working Group, if and when necessary.
The Accounting & Valuation Committee leaders are:

David Harrison | Marguerite Adviser
Yves Courtois | KPMG

MARKET INTELLIGENCE / TRAINING COMMITTEE

The objectives of the Market Intelligence/Training Committee are:
  • collect market intelligence and market statistics in order to improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private equity and venture capital funds and investment, acquisition or financing vehicles or funds.
  • support LPEA in addressing request of EVCA and other associations.
  • support LPEA in addressing request of the CSSF and other authorities such as the Europeen Commission.
  • liaise and coordinate industry actions and initiatives with the ALFI PE&VC Working Group, if and when necessary.
The Market Intelligence/Training Committee leader is:

Andrea Montresori | PricewaterhouseCoopers

PROMOTION COMMITTEE

The objectives of the Promotion Committee are:
  • develop recommendations to improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private equity and venture capital funds and investment, aquisition or financing vehicles or funds. The Committee will undertake a combination of marketing and promotion activities in the broadest sense.
  • prepare special marketing and information brochures.
  • support to LPEA in respect of all LPEA marketing and promotion activities alone or in combination with other organisations such as Luxembourg For Finance, etc.
  • liaise and coordinate industry actions and initiatives with the ALFI PE&VC Working Group, if and when necessary.
The Promotion Committee leaders are:

Alexandre Prost-Gargoz | Deloitte
Stéphanie Delperdange | Sofina Private Equity

AD-HOC COMMITTEES

Debt Funds Committee
The main objectives of the Debt Funds Committee are:
    • Collect market intelligence and market statistics in order to improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private debt funds platforms.
    • Prepare and maintain up-to-date documentation illustrating attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private debt funds platforms .
    • Examine and address legal and/or regulatory issues and elaborate proposals to improve the Luxembourg legal and/or regulatory framework for the implementation of investment as well as management and advisory functions (i.e., managers, advisors or general partners) of private debt structures.
    • Develop recommendations to further improve the attractiveness of Luxembourg as a center to domicile, administer and/or manage regulated and non-regulated private debt funds and investment, acquisition or financing vehicles or funds.
    • Support LPEA in addressing request of Invest Europe and other associations.
    • Support LPEA in addressing request of the CSSF and other authorities such as the European Commission.
    • Liaise and coordinate industry actions and initiatives with the ALFI Debt Fund Working Group, if and when necessary.
    The Debt Funds Committee leaders are:

    Laurent Capolaghi | EY
    Maximilien Dambax | AlterDomus