Anne-Gaëlle advises financial institutions, asset managers and investment firms (across Europe, the USA and Asia) on the establishment, structuring and reorganisation of Luxembourg regulated and unregulated investment vehicles. She has a particular focus on alternative strategies (including private equity, venture capital, real estate and debt). She also advises institutional investors on due diligence aspects of their investments. Lately, Anne-Gaëlle has been advising on the establishment of several cross-border structures, including parallel funds and master feeder structures.
Anne-Gaëlle is recommended by The Legal 500 in 2019.
She has been a panel member at various industry fora (Luxembourg alternative funds for Asian initiators - a practical guide Hong Kong, June 2018; Private Credit Fund Raising – a practical guide New York, November 2018).
She has become a respected voice in the industry and is a member of several associations including Women in Fund Finance, IBA or ALFI. Anne-Gaëlle also gives training sessions at the IFE Luxembourg on aspects of Luxembourg law eg 'SCS/SCSp in practice' and is the author of a number of articles and briefings
(eg' Luxembourg Ucits, Brexit, parallel funds or Luxembourg structuring).
Prior to joining Ogier, Anne-Gaëlle was Counsel - Head of the Regulatory and Investment Management department of the Luxembourg office of a French law
firm. She has been working for law firms in Luxembourg since 2005 including a stint in Hong-Kong and the fund structuring department of a Luxembourg bank.
Anne-Gaëlle graduated with a Master in Law from the University of Louvain in Belgium with Magna Cum Laude (High Honours). She is qualified in Belgium and Luxembourg and speaks English, French, Spanish and has some basic knowledge of Dutch.
Luxembourg - 2011 and " Avocat à la Cour " since 2014
Belgium - 2006