Welcome on board Margot GEISLER !

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Brouxel & Rabia Luxembourg Law Firm is thrilled to welcome Margot GEISLER.

Margot Geisler will hold the position of Associate in corporate and investment funds practice areas.

She is a native American and a French speaker. 

She holds a master’s degree in business law from the University of Aix en Provence (France) and finalizes 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. Always willing to go the extra mile for the clients and the team, she is the one who makes the difference. 

You don’t have to be a mind reader to know that she has a great career ahead of her.

"I wanted to work with inspiring and talented lawyers in a growing and positive work environment. Today, I’m proud to be part of Brouxel & Rabia Luxembourg Law firm, the new modern and innovative firm based on core values shared by its team members and clients. I look forward to support the team in developing business and raising the profile of the firm. Thanks to the trust of Samia and François, I am keen to develop my expertise in corporate law and investment funds but also to encourage me to step up to grow professionally”.

Margot GEISLER
Margot Geisler Associate
Margot GEISLER, Associate

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