Luxembourg Private Equity Conference & Networking Lunch in Madrid
Language of the event: Spanish
Location: NH Collection Madrid Suecia – C. del Marqués de Casa Riera, 4, 28014 Madrid
The LPEA organised the Luxembourg Private Equity Conference & Networking Lunch in Madrid on the 19th of April.
To bring the Spanish and Luxembourg communities together to network and to discuss the Luxembourg PE & VC landscape and synergies between the two markets.
- Introduction words by Stephane Pesch (LPEA) & José Luis del Río (SPAINCAP)
- Spain & Luxembourg PE Overview by Manuel Garcia (Alter Legal)
- Luxembourg Funds and the New Spanish Carried Interest Regime: A Win-Win for Spanish Managers by Guilhèm Becvort (Allen & Overy Luxembourg) & Juan José Sánchez (Allen & Overy)
- ELTIF 2.0 by Carlos Morales (Adepa)
- The role of Infrastructure through the lenses of a Private Equity Investor – Interview of Manuel Pérez Cuchet (Santander Asset Management) by Francisco Da Cunha (Deloitte)
Luxembourg Funds and the New Spanish Carried Interest Regime: A Win-Win for Spanish Managers
Are you looking for an efficient way to align the interests of Spanish fund managers and investors in your Luxembourg fund structures? If so, you might want to consider the Spanish carried interest regime, which offers attractive features such as a reduced Spanish personal income tax rate, a long-holding period, and a flexible allocation method. Learn how it applies to different Luxembourg fund structures, such as SIFs, RAIFs, or SICARs, and what are the key requirements and challenges. Join us for this insightful session and find out how to benefit from this regime.
The role of Infrastructure through the lenses of a Private Equity Investor:
Infrastructure is known to be defined as the backbone system that underlies a countries’ economy; Since recent years, Infrastructure has taken a place of its own as a reliable, stable and ever evolving asset class. This is not only due to its inherent investment characteristics (notably risk hedging and stable returns), but also because all economic cycles and transitions cannot get properly accomplished without the right Infrastructure in place to support it. It is therefore in this context that Infrastructure Funds, supporting the private sector contribution on this end, have witnessed a relevant growth in terms of AUM and Investor Intention worldwide.
The LPEA is proud to host Manuel Pérez Cuchet, Head of Infrastructure Alternative Investments at Santander Spain, in an interview with Francisco da Cunha, Deloitte Luxembourg’s Infrastructure sector leader, to share his thoughts on how and why PE Managers choose this asset class, the type of Funds used to undertake their strategy and, in a friendly “SWOT” analysis, how infrastructure funds can add value to a portfolio in the current economic cycle.