Eric JUNGBLUT

Eric JUNGBLUT, Counsel

As the head of the firm’s banking and finance department, Eric brings over 20 years of experience advising global clients on their most challenging and high-profile transactions in the market, including finance, regulatory, general banking law and complex insolvency matters. Eric is adept at being able to innovatively combine precise technical analysis with commercial pragmatism in order to efficiently provide clients with a successful outcome. Eric focuses on secured lending, acquisition finance, fund finance, securitisation, and debt restructuring. He also leads the firm’s Luxembourg financial regulatory team and regularly advises banks, investment firms, e-money and payment institutions, insurers, and other clients regarding financial regulation. Appreciated for his collaborative approach, creative thinking, clear guidance, and cutting-edge knowledge of what’s happening in the market, Eric always maintains a solutions-oriented approach combined with business acumen. Eric is member of the Luxembourg Banking Law Lawyers Association (ALJB), the American Chamber of Commerce of Luxembourg (AMCHAM) and the China-Luxembourgish Chamber of Commerce (CHINALUX).

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