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Personal Branding Event

November 15th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Personal Branding Event”

⚡️ Carole Miltgen – CEO and Chairman of the Board at Prisma S.a.
⚡️ Elfy Pins – Founder & CEO of Supermiro and HelloBoss
⚡️ Emilie Le Guernic – Digital and Marketing Specialist at AXA
⚡️ Nessim Medjoub – Entrepreneur & Head of Growth at and Linc

📅 21 November 2019 at 18:30

📍 Amazon – 38, ave JF Kennedy

Lost in translation?

November 4th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Lost in translation?”

Have you ever heard these expressions in #Luxembourg before?

🧀 Ech hunn de KĂ©is!
➡️ I have the cheese! It means “I’ve had enough!”

🐶 Du falschen Hond!
➡️ You insincere dog! If a Luxembourgish person calls you a “falschen Hond,” they probably feel very betrayed.

🥖 Du hues eng mat der BroutschĂ©iss!
➡️ “You were hit with a bread peel”! I.e. you’re acting crazy.

🤣 A comprehensive list can be found on the RTL Today website.

Prisma Halloween Rugby Camp 2019

October 30th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Prisma Halloween Rugby Camp 2019”

The PRISMA Halloween rugby camp 28-30 October 2019 at Boy Konen

RCL Halloween Camp for children

October 28th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “RCL Halloween Camp for children”

For us at Prisma, it’s important to support children and those who need help.

Proud partner of the RCL Halloween Camp for children.

An Inclusive Workplace

October 15th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “An Inclusive Workplace”

“When I started my own company I wanted to create a workplace that transcended my gender, rejecting all levels of feminism…. In my role as the CEO of Prisma and through my work as a mentor to young entrepreneurs though, I unconsciously serve as a role model to women and girls. I take this very seriously.” Carole Miltgen, Prisma S.A.

Race for the Cure

September 25th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Race for the Cure”

Prisma supports Luxembourg’s 1st Race for the Cure

Run Pink, Walk Pink 2019

SUNDAY 20 OCTOBER 10:00 -13:00

What are you waiting for? Follow the link and make a difference!

Halloween Rugby Camp

September 13th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Halloween Rugby Camp”

The Prisma S.A. Rugby Club Luxembourg Halloween Rugby Camp will take place 28-30 October 2019 at Boy Konen

Open for all children from U8 – U16

Please email or visit

Support Rugby Club Luxembourg

August 28th, 2019 Posted by Prisma 0 thoughts on “Support Rugby Club Luxembourg”

Prisma is a proud supporter of the Rugby Club Luxembourg

Rugby is not just a game it’s an attitude, one that we share: Helping those who need us!

Discover the wonderful trip to the Fijis that Paul and his family undertook, bringing sport equipment to those who cannot afford it

If you want to support the team as well, please send an email to…

Mandatory notifications in a Brexit context

August 23rd, 2019 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “Mandatory notifications in a Brexit context”

ALFI Newsflash: ‘As set out in Press Release 19/33, in the event of a hard Brexit, firms that are currently authorised in the UK will be considered as third country firms and will lose the benefit of their existing passporting rights in the EU. UK firms should already have taken the necessary steps to anticipate the consequences of a possible hard Brexit.

The CSSF has now announced that dedicated Brexit notification forms are available for all firms and investment funds through the CSSF eDesk portal.’

AIFMD: New Pre-Marketing Rules

July 30th, 2019 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “AIFMD: New Pre-Marketing Rules”

After one year of negotiations, the Cross-border Distribution Directive (CBDD) amends the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and introduces new rules for the pre-marketing of alternative investment funds (AIFs) in the European Union (EU).

The Directive ((EU) 2019/1160) and Regulation ((EU) 2019/1156) introduce a new regime for investment funds with the aim to: eliminate current regulatory barriers to the cross-border distribution of funds, improve transparency by aligning marketing requirements and fees, harmonise national rules for the verification of marketing material by national authorities, enable ESMA to monitor investment funds and allow to pre-market a fund.

One of the main criticisms of the existing AIFMD marketing framework has been the different interpretation of the term “marketing” across Member States. For example, the UK and Luxembourg interpret the marketing concept as applying at a relatively late stage, being when the offer of interests in an AIF is capable of being accepted by investors on final form subscription documents. Whereas in other countries AIFMD marketing activity is interpreted as taking place much earlier.

The new pre-marketing rules apply to authorised EU AIFMs in respect of which an AIF is: (i) established but not yet notified for marketing; or (ii) not yet established at all. There is a definition of pre-marketing that would allow EU authorised fund managers to market a new fund to potential professional investors without a marketing application provided that they comply with the requirements included in the Directive.

It should be noted, however, that where a professional investor in a Member State subscribes for units/shares in a pre-marketed AIF within 18 months of the AIFM starting to pre-market, this will be deemed the result of marketing and would be subject to notification. As such, reverse solicitation becomes potentially more problematic.

Ultimately, the European Commission hopes that, by removing perceived inefficiencies, the cost for cross-border distribution will be reduced and made simpler and quicker, thereby allowing for more marketing of funds across the EU. It remains to be seen whether this will be the case.

How this impacts UK managers and distribution of funds between the UK and EU 27 is still largely dependent on the outcomes to Brexit negotiations. The Regulation will apply from August 1, 2019 and the Directive will be fully transposed from 2 August 2021.

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