Patricia has a wide experience in advising domestic and international clients on regulated and unregulated alternative funds related matters, including the corporate and regulatory aspects of the initial structuring, set-up, and distribution.
She has in depth knowledge in the organisation of funds, the optimisation of operating models (custodian banks, depositaries, central administration agents, domiciliary agents, management companies, AIFMs), governance aspects, due diligence procedures in relation to merger and acquisition operations, and the drafting of agreements and policies.
She also advised corporations on cash repatriation mechanisms, and intragroup financings, setting up acquisition and holding company structures, reviewing cash flow models and financial statements.
Before joining Grant Thornton Luxembourg in 2017, she had a previous work experience as a corporate lawyer in international law firms in Luxembourg and for one of the largest bank in the world delivering amongst others custodial, advisory, financing and other services to safeguard client’s assets, maximise liquidly and manage risk in multiple jurisdictions.
Patricia is a member in various Luxembourg professional institutes and working group.
- LL.M. in International and European Business Law in Cambridge
- Executive Master in Real Estate in Louvain School of Management, University Catholique de Louvain
- Master’s Degree in Corporate Law in Strasbourg
- Complementary Formation Certificate in Luxembourg Law (Admission to the Luxembourg Bar)