Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright announced today that tax lawyer Florent Trouiller has joined its Luxembourg office as a partner.
Florent was previously a partner at Dechert and spent 10 years at Allen & Overy in Luxembourg. Recognised by Chambers Europe 2019 in Tax-Luxembourg, Florent practises tax law with a particular focus on cross-border private equity and real estate investments. He also assists clients both in Luxembourg and internationally with all tax aspects of capital markets and securitisation transactions.
Dominic Stuttaford, EMEA head of tax at Norton Rose Fulbright, commented:
“In the last few years, Luxembourg’s significance as a jurisdiction for financial institutions has grown, and its tax regime has become more complex. Therefore, a strong tax capability in Luxembourg underpins our pan-European and international tax offering. Florent’s experience and skills will be invaluable in supporting our investment fund clients in Luxembourg and on cross-border transactions in Europe and beyond.”
Norton Rose Fulbright’s team in Luxembourg works closely with the overall global practice and is particularly strong in investment funds, real estate, banking and finance, mainstream corporate, M&A, commercial and cross-border tax planning. The Luxembourg office opened in June 2017 with three partners and has since grown to a team of more than 18 fee earners across an expanding range of legal practice areas.