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Aurélia Viémont

Aurélia Viémont

Counsel | Avocat à la Cour

CMS Luxembourg
Rue Goethe 3
L-1637 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Languages French, English

Aurélia Viémont is a counsel in our Banking & Finance team. She specialises in banking, civil and commercial law and advises institutional clients on issues relating to private banking (contentious and non-contentious) and on regulatory matters involving banks and investments firms. She notably focuses on MiFID, PSD, AML and internal governance topics.

Before joining CMS, Aurélia worked nine years in the Banking & Finance team of a leading Luxembourg law firm.

She has been a member of the Luxembourg bar since 2011.

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Education

  • 2009 – Master II in banking and financial law, University of Paris I - Panthéon Sorbonne
  • 2008 – LL.M., University of Reading
  • 2008 – Master II in European laws with a specialisation in Anglo-Saxon law and business law, University of Paris X
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30 Dec 19
Prac­tic­al is­sues re­lat­ing to the Lux­em­bourg in­vestor...
06 Feb 20
CSSF calls vir­tu­al as­sets ser­vice pro­viders act­ive in Lux­em­bourg to...
Fol­low­ing the ad­op­tion of the mod­i­fied In­ter­pret­at­ive Note to the Fin­an­cial Ac­tion Task Force (“FATF”) Re­com­mend­a­tion 15 on New Tech­no­lo­gies, the Com­mis­sion de Sur­veil­lance du Sec­teur Fin­an­ci­er (the...
03 Feb 20
Brexit: CSSF in­forms that UK en­tit­ies may con­tin­ue car­ry­ing out their...
Trans­ition peri­od On 31 Janu­ary 2020, the Com­mis­sion de Sur­veil­lance du Sec­teur Fin­an­ci­er (“CSSF”) has pub­lished a press re­lease in which it in­dic­ates that the CSSF’s in­di­vidu­al de­cisions grant­ing...
28 Jan 20
In­sur­ance 2020: Im­pact of Brexit on the Lux­em­bourg in­sur­ance sec­tor
The UK’s de­cision to leave the European Uni­on led in­sur­ance com­pan­ies es­tab­lished in the UK to con­sider oth­er op­tions, such as re­lo­cat­ing their place of busi­ness to con­tin­ent­al Europe. In the midst...
09 Dec 19
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The Com­mis­sion de Sur­veil­lance du Sec­teur Fin­an­ci­er (the “CSSF”) has com­mu­nic­ated sev­er­al press re­leases re­lated to the fight against money laun­der­ing and ter­ror­ist fin­an­cing these last few days....
07 Nov 19
CSSF ex­tends the dead­line for no­ti­fic­a­tions in the con­text of Brexit
Fol­low­ing the ex­ten­sion of the delay with­in which the United King­dom (“UK”) is to leave the European Uni­on (“EU”), the Com­mis­sion de Sur­veil­lance du Sec­teur Fin­an­ci­er (the “CSSF”) has pub­lished...
11 Oct 19
Lux­em­bour­g's na­tion­al risk as­sess­ment of money laun­der­ing and ter­ror­ist...
The Com­mis­sion de Sur­veil­lance du Sec­teur Fin­an­ci­er (the “CSSF”) has pub­lished on 9 Oc­to­ber 2019 a press re­lease in which it in­forms pro­fes­sion­als sub­ject to its su­per­vi­sion that the na­tion­al risk...