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GP Workshop: Automatic Exchange of Information (FATCA and CRS) (7/11/2016)

GP Workshop: Automatic Exchange of Information (FATCA and CRS; 7/11/2016)

– sharing practical experiences, lessons learnt, technical aspects and Q&A

LPEA represents a growing community of investors in Luxembourg (General Partners/ Limited Partners) and has for many years promoted networking between its professionals (GP Club Meetings).

The upcoming GP Workshop will be the first training/ Q&A session dedicated exclusively to GPs with a format focused in the clarification of grey areas and exchange of experiences. PE professionals and guest experts will meet to improve practice and better understand how regulation is being applied today.

The first session will focus on “FATCA and CRS– sharing practical experiences, lessons learnt, technical aspects and Q&A” and will be coordinated by Patrice Fritsch, Executive Director of EY Luxembourg.



The GP Workshop Automatic Exchange of Information (FATCA and CRS) was held at the EY premises on Monday,  November 7, 2016.

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GP Club “Summer” Meeting

GP Club Summer Meeting

Networking event


The GP Club is a GP/ LP members only club gathering LPEA’s full members and guests for either learning or networking activities. The latest meeting, held at Ikki Rives de Clausen on July 15th 2016 is pictured below.

GP Survey 2016

GP Survey 2016

Preliminary results of the GP Survey conducted by LPEA’s Market Intelligence Committee


Preliminary results



The preliminary results of the GP Survey are based on the responses collected from 39 PE firms in Luxembourg and were presented at the Annual General Assembly of LPEA on May 9th.

The interviews were conducted between December 2015 and April 2016.

Executive Summary:

        • Luxembourg remains a very attractive place for the PE business despite tax environment changes.
        • The main risk to the participant’s business in Luxembourg is the changing tax environment (BEPS).
        • BEPS and regulatory developments are a big concern to everyone but the majority of participants believe Luxembourg is well positioned to deal with both.
        • 50% of respondents have AuM in the range €500m –€5bn.

A full report will be concluded during the 1st Semester of 2016.


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