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Jean-Christian Six

Partner

Luxembourg

Six Jean-Christian
Jean-Christian Six

Partner

Luxembourg

Jean-Christian heads A&O's Luxembourg investment funds practice and is a recognised practitioner within the market.

He has extensive experience in advising clients in relation to the structuring, setting up and registration of Luxembourg regulated funds (SIFs, SICARs, UCITS and Part II funds) and unregulated funds (limited partnerships and RAIFs) for institutional and non-institutional investors investing across a wide range of asset classes, alternative assets in particular, including real estate, private debt, private equity, infrastructure and impact investing. He assists fund management companies on their licence applications and extensions as well as on general regulatory and cross-border issues. Jean-Christian also advises clients in the context of their investor due diligence on, and negotiations with, alternative investment funds in the context of their participation/investments in such funds.

Jean-Christian is a member of the board of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) and the co-chairman of the ALFI infrastructure funds working group.

“Market-leading practitioner Jean-Christian Six has an outstanding track record, advising various international institutions on the establishment of cross-border funds. According to a source, ‘he always stands out and is technically brilliant’. Another interviewee lauds Six as ‘a very thorough legal adviser who knows what he is doing’, and who is ‘always responsive and very precise’.” 
Chambers and Partners

“Interviewees laud Jean-Christian Six as ‘one of the pillars in the Luxembourg investment funds market’, while adding that ‘he is a responsive person who cares about the client’. Another client highlights his ‘very good regulatory knowledge’. Six assists with establishment and structuring of debt, real estate and infrastructure funds.”
Chambers and Partners

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Office

Luxembourg

5 Avenue John F. Kennedy, L-1855 
Luxembourg

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as Avocat à la Cour, Luxembourg, 2013

Admitted to the Luxembourg bar under his professional home title, Luxembourg, 2007

Admitted as avocat, Belgium, 2003 

Academic

Erasmus Programme, University of Alcalá, 1998

Master Degree in Law from Kath.Univ. Louvain-la-Neuve, 1998

Published work

  • "Luxembourg regulated infrastructure funds: Key features and potential improvement areas", Luxembourg Fund Review, June 2011 (co-author)
  • "La première cotation de SICAR", Luxemburger Wort, November 2008
  • "Les étapes-clés dans la cotation", Luxemburger Wort, November 2008
  • "Directive prospectus et commercialisation Pan-européenne de fonds fermés", ACE, October 2007
  • "Real estate investment options increase", International Financial Law review (IFLR), Luxembourg, February 2006 (co-author)