Adam Paschalidis is an associate at the firm’s Luxembourg office. He is a member of the Asset Management and Investment Funds practice. He assists with the set-up and regulatory approval of regulated management companies and AIFMs, investment firms and other financial sector professionals.
Adam is also involved in the office’s practice with regard to advising banks and investment firms on the foreseeable impacts of major regulatory changes (AIFMD, MiFID II/MiFIR, AML V, etc.) on their product/service range, marketing and distribution strategy, as well as their operating model.
In the field of ESG, Adam has an official accreditation from the Yale School of Management, having successfully completed its Sustainable Finance and Investment online program and is now well-positioned to advise both EU and US clients on ESG and sustainability-related matters. This professional qualification reflects his strong experience and practice in ESG topics.
Prior to joining the firm Adam served as a fund legal officer for a publicly traded international trust and corporate management company. Through this role, Adam worked with clients active in the PERE fund industry, for which he incorporated special purpose vehicles (SPVs) and drafted loans, capital contribution, and subscription agreements. In addition, Adam was a primary point of contact for clients and worked to maintain and improve client relationships.
- Member of Luxembourg Arbitration Association
- Comparative Analysis between the 2018 and 2004 Dutch Model Bilateral Investment Treaty Texts, December 16, 2019, European Investment Law and Arbitration Review Online