Luxembourg is set to modernise its legislation for investment funds under a proposal that will first be discussed later this week in the grand duchy’s parliament. The bill seeks to improve the various structuring options for investment funds.
The parliament budget and finance committee on Friday will discuss Bill 8183, which was submitted at the end of March. At the 5 May meeting the committee is due to appoint a rapporteur who will coordinate the legislation.
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