Name: Wim Ritz
Firm Name: Vistra (Luxembourg) S.à r.l
Country: Luxembourg
Expertise: Corporate Law

Telephone: +352 42 22 29 252
Fax: +352 42 64 43
Email: [email protected]

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Professional Biography:

Wim Ritz is our exclusively recommended Corporate Law expert in Luxembourg on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Wim directly using the contact details listed above.

With a masters degree in Law, Wim began his career in a private equity house, where over the course of five years, he gained extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions.

He lectured in corporate and real estate law at a Belgian business school for seven years, and was also a member of the Belgian Bar Association as an Attorney-at-Law for ten years.

Wim Ritz joined Vistra in 2010 and he currently heads up the Luxembourg office. Wim’s everyday responsibilities include a supervisory and business development role for the maintenance of Luxembourg KPI’s. Moreover, Wim also takes up advisory positions in client structures as he guides them through the life-cycle of their cross-border investments.

Firm Overview:

Located in the heart of Europe, Luxembourg is a prime location for banking and investment management. Offering political, economic and social stability, headquarters of the legal and financial operations of the EU, home to multiple industries and sectors, and rich of a valuable multiculturalism, Luxembourg has emerged as a jurisdiction of choice for corporations, institutional and private individuals willing to accelerate and adequately structure their business, within and far beyond EU borders. Following that trend, Luxembourg has also become the largest fund jurisdiction in Europe, second in the world, after the United States.

Our Luxembourg office is strategically located between the airport and the city centre. Our regional and product teams service Luxembourg companies with holding, financing, private wealth, real estate or intellectual property purposes, together with securitisation vehicles and regulated entities such as SIF and SICAR.