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Benjamin Bada

Partner | Avocat à la Cour

CMS Luxembourg
Rue Charles Darwin 5
L-1433 Luxembourg
Languages French, English

Benjamin is a Partner in the Investment Funds practice. He specialises in the structuring and setting up of private funds with venture capital, private equity, real estate, infrastructure or debt strategies which are taking the form of unregulated funds (limited partnerships), RAIFs or regulated funds (SIFs, SICARs, Part II funds) and he also advises fund managers on the regulatory aspects of the fund’s structuring and pre-/marketing phase. Benjamin also developed an expertise in advising institutional investors with respect to their investments into Luxembourg private equity / debt and infrastructure funds.

Before joining CMS in 2019, Benjamin gained more than 10 years of experience working in two leading law firms in Luxembourg. He is a fully qualified lawyer and is admitted to the Luxembourg Bar.

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"He is always available and engaged."

Legal500, 2022

"Benjamin Bada is pragmatic and committed to the task and provides clear explanations."

Legal500, 2022

"Approachable and responsive"

Legal500, 2022

"Good overview of complex structures"

Legal500, 2022

Benjamin Bada co-heads the team alongside Hollard and has a 'good overview of complex structures and relationships, and also quickly grasps supervisory law issues in the cross-border area'.

Legal500 2021

"Benjamin Bada has a good overview of complex structures and relationships and also quickly grasps supervisory law issues in the cross-border area."

Legal 500, 2024

"Benjamin Bada provides excellent to-the-point advice with the required operational know-how with a client-first approach."

Legal 500, 2024

"Benjamin Bada not only has great knowledge of and experience with the fund industry and its regulation, but he was also a valued contributor to the more 'commercial' aspects of negotiating with various LPs."

Legal 500, 2024


  • 2009 – LLM, International and Comparative Law, Tulane University, USA
  • 2007 – Master of Laws, University of Liège, Belgium
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