Associate

Margot GEISLER

Overview And Experience

Margot GEISLER Brouxel & Rabia Luxembourg Law Firm

Languages: English, French

Practice areas: Corporate, M&A, Investment funds

Languages: English, French

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Margot is an associate in our corporate and investment funds department. She is a native American and a French speaker.

Margot holds a master’s degree in business law from the University of Aix en Provence (France) and a master degree in corporate and tax law from the University of Paris II – Panthéon Assas (France).

Prior to joining Brouxel & Rabia, she has gained experience in a leading Luxembourg law firm as well as in an international financial services provider headquartered in Luxembourg. Margot has a strong background in business law and is very comfortable drafting the associated legal documentation. She has a keen mind and an eye for detail.

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