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Dr. Jan Boeing

Dr. Jan Boeing is a partner in the firm's Finance practice. He has substantial experience in a variety of international, multi-jurisdictional banking and finance transactions, including insolvency and restructuring, capital market matters (with a focus on structured finance, debt securities, securitization, intermediated securities and derivatives) and regulatory matters (including fintech, digital assets, blockchain technology, and cryptocurrencies) relating to the financial services industry.

He advises initiators and alternative investment fund managers with respect to their private equity, venture capital, debt and real estate (office, hotel and leisure, logistics, healthcare and transportation) fund products and their related financings.

He has extensive experience working with foreign counsel and coordinating advice across multiple jurisdictions.

Prior to joining the firm, Jan served as a counsel at a business law firm where he focused his practice on funds and investment management, banking and financial services, and corporate/M&A. Before that, he worked in the corporate, banking, and asset finance practice of a top-tier Luxembourg law firm for over five years, in the banking and capital marks practice of a Magic Circle law firm in Luxembourg and London for over six years and in the legal department of a central securities depository for over two years.

  • Recognized by The Legal 500 for banking, finance and capital markets, 2015
    • Senior associate Jan Boeing demonstrates 'thorough attention to detail and responsiveness'.
Additional Thought Leadership Pages
  • Luxembourg Modernises Its Insolvency Legislation,” Pratt’s Journal of Bankruptcy Law, February-March 2024 
  • Banking secrecy and regulatory reforms, interview with Luxemburger Wort, 14 October 2016, p. 14
  • Current regulatory initiatives in Luxembourg (“Luxemburg erneuert im Aufsichtsrecht”), in Börsenzeitung, 8 October 2016, p. 13
  • Complementary note on the protection granted under the Securities Act 2001, in: Bulletin Droit & Banque 57 (2015), p. 51-53
  • The role of the fiduciary in cross-border transactions and the interaction between the Luxembourg fiduciary and securitisation legislation, in ACE, 2015/2, p. 18-28
  • Luxembourg fiduciary act („Luxemburgisches Treuhandgesetz bewährt sich in der Praxis“), in Börsenzeitung, 28 June 2014, p. 9
  • Administrative cooperation in tax aspects („Amtshilfe in Steuersachen“), in „Steuerstrafrecht“, Wolters Kluwer, chapter on Luxembourg (together with Alain Steichen); 2nd edition 2015
  • Liability for traffic accidents in France and Germany („Die Haftung für Straßenverkehrsunfälle in Frankreich und Deutschland“), PhD-thesis, Logos 2007
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