Agathe Laissus

Agathe Laissus


Email agathe.laissus@​

Phone +352 26 4 26 132

Fax +352 26 4 26 999

LanguagesEnglish, French, German

Practice groupGlobal Regulatory

"A specialised team of individuals who take the effort to listen." – Capital markets: Debt

IFLR1000 2020

As an associate in our Finance Group at Hogan Lovells, Agathe Laissus focuses her practice on international debt capital markets and banking matters. Whether assisting multinational corporations with high yield bonds issues, leveraged and acquisition finance transactions, or helping with banking and capital markets related regulatory queries, she delivers high quality work. Agathe advises corporations and credit institutions on both transactional and regulatory queries. She also assists with any leveraged and acquisition finance, real estate finance, structured finance, banking, and debt capital markets related projects.

In addition, Agathe has substantial experience in regulatory queries and may assist you keeping up with the new regulatory challenges and regulations whether derivatives or capital markets related or banking related.

Before joining Hogan Lovells, Agathe worked for four years in a leading law firm in Luxembourg and has co-authored several articles and guides notably on the following topics: high yield bonds issues structured via Luxembourg and lending and taking security in Luxembourg. Currently, she is contributing as French commentator to a book introducing Australian law to civil law professionals with a comparative insight on French, German and Chinese law. In addition to having an extensive knowledge of the Luxembourg, German and French lending markets, she has experience in various industries such as telecommunication, food beverage, real estate, construction, and automobile.

Education and admissions


LL.M., University of New South Wales, Australia, 2011

Master of German and French Corporate Law, Université de Cergy-Pontoise (France) and Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf (Germany)

Bar admissions and qualifications


Court admissions


Representative experience

Advised European Investment Bank on a EUR 30 million bilateral loan facility, governed by Luxembourg law, to Medneo, a German innovative medical radiology images provider

Regulatory advice to CNP Patrimoine regarding the acquisition of the asset management platform Quality Insurance Services which is managing its French and Luxembourg insurance contracts.

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