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Benjamin Bada

Benjamin Bada

Partner | Avocat à la Cour

Contact
T +35226275382
CMS Luxembourg
Rue Goethe 3
L-1637 Luxembourg
Luxembourg
Languages French, English

Benjamin joined CMS Luxembourg in 2019 and is co-leading the Investment Funds practice. He is specialised in the structuring, setting up, and registration of regulated funds (UCITS, Part II funds, SIFs and SICARs), RAIFs and unregulated funds (limited partnerships) for institutional and non-institutional investors in a variety of areas such as venture capital, private equity, real estate, infrastructure, equity, bonds and derivatives, and advises investors on their investments in Luxembourg investment vehicles.

He also has considerable experience advising on insurance law related matters, particularly insurance and reinsurance regulatory matters, and has been involved in several M&A transactions involving insurance or reinsurance companies, and advises on investment fund linked insurance products.

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

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Education

  • 2009 – LLM, International and Comparative Law, Tulane University, USA
  • 2007 – Master of Laws, University of Liège, Belgium
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14 November 2019
CMS Guide to Pass­port­ing (UCITS)
The pur­pose of this guide is to provide a broad over­view of the key ele­ments of pass­port­ing reg­u­la­tions ap­plic­able to EEA UCITS Scheme in the coun­tries covered in this guide. The guide makes no claims as to com­plete­ness and does not con­sti­tute leg­al ad­vic
01 April 2020
Coronavir­us (COV­ID-19): Ex­ten­sion of CSSF re­port­ing dead­lines ap­plic­able...
On 30 March 2020, the Com­mis­sion de Sur­veil­lance du Sec­teur Fin­an­ci­er (the CSSF) is­sued an up­dated ver­sion of its CSSF FAQ COV­ID-19 on its web­site com­bin­ing its com­mu­nic­a­tions and re­com­mend­a­tions aim­ing...
14 November 2019
CMS Guide to Pass­port­ing (AIF)
The pur­pose of this guide is to provide a broad over­view of the key ele­ments of pass­port­ing reg­u­la­tions ap­plic­able to EEA AIFs in the coun­tries covered in this guide. Down­load our Guide here.
03 February 2020
Brexit: CSSF in­forms that UK en­tit­ies may con­tin­ue car­ry­ing out their activ­it­ies...
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...
14 November 2019
CMS Guide to Private Place­ment of Funds
When im­ple­ment­ing the Al­tern­at­ive In­vest­ment Fund Man­agers Dir­ect­ive (“AIFMD”), some EU States have tightened or severely re­stric­ted their private place­ment re­gimes, which is im­port­ant when non-EU man­agers and funds look to ac­cess EU in­vestors.
28 January 2020
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 December 2019
Reach­ing year-end, here are the latest AML com­mu­nic­a­tions from the CSSF
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 November 2019
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...
16 October 2019
New CSSF com­mu­nic­a­tion in the con­text of Brexit for UK AIFMs
The CSSF has is­sued on 11 Oc­to­ber 2019 a new press re­lease (Press Re­lease 19/48) in the con­text of Brexit and re­lated man­dat­ory com­mu­nic­a­tion by UK al­tern­at­ive in­vest­ment fund man­agers (AIFMs) of Lux­em­bourg...