The 'Luxembourg Private Equity Services 2009' special report comprises five separate articles listed below, these can be read individually or as a sequence.
Members of Luxembourg's private equity industry are optimistic about the future despite the slowdown that has sharply curbed growth in the sector, from fundraising for new vehicles to buyout transa
After enjoying impressive growth over the past four years, the Luxembourg private equity sector has had to confront a different market environment over the past 12 months.
Luxembourg's role as a centre for private equity activity is benefiting in different ways from the new global focus on greater supervision of alternative funds, even those aimed at institutional an
In Luxembourg as elsewhere in the world, the private equity industry has suffered from the impact of the credit crunch, which has slashed bank funding for buyouts and forced private equity firms to
Luxembourg has long been a significant domicile for private equity vehicles but the jurisdiction has emerged as a major European centre for the industry since the introduction of the Sicar, or risk