Credit Institutions

Credit Institutions face a wide range of strategic, operational, and regulatory challenges. Besides their own regulatory regime depending on the services proposed they must comply with many different regulatory requirements stemming from various sometimes overlapping requirements. Our expertise and experience at a both strategic and technical level can help you navigating these complex and challenging frameworks.


Whether you seek to be authorised, comply with a new regulatory initiative, review what you have in place, obtain a full regulatory opinion on more complex matters, or implement a tailored training program we can help.

We already support a broad range of firms across among others the following regulatory frameworks locally or on cross border basis:

  • Financial crime
  • Market Abuse
  • Product Distribution frameworks
  • Clients’ assets and money
  • Payments and credits
  • Customer journey
  • Governance


  • Financial Services and Markets Act as amended
  • Markets in Financial Instruments and Financial Promotions Regulations
  • UK Market Abuse Regulation
  • FCA Handbook
  • PRA Handbook
  • ESG (Taxonomy Regulation, SFDR, CSDR, CSDD, …)
  • Prospectus Regulation
  • MAR
  • Securitisation Regulation
  • Relevant sectoral frameworks (See Our services)
  • Code Monetaire & Financier
  • Loi Pacte
  • AMF Règlement Général & Doctrine
  • ACPR publications & policy positions
  • Law of 18 December 2015 on the resolution, reorganisation and winding-up measures of credit institutions and certain investment firms and on deposit guarantee and investor compensation schemes implementing the BRRD Package, as amended.
  • Luxembourg legal instruments transposing the above listed directives
  • CSSF circulars and publications related to the above listed regulatory instruments


Any other EU country on demand …

  • Federal Act on Banks and Savings Banks (BA)
  • Ordinance on Banks and Savings Banks (BO)
  • FINMA Foreign Banks Ordinance (FBO-FINMA)
  • FINMA circulars, position statements and relevant guidance

* Among others