Nadia Bonnet of Arendt & Medernach and Antoine Peter of Arendt Regulatory Consulting discuss the main features of the EU Taxonomy and the implementation challenges that lie ahead.
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Nadia Bonnet is a Counsel in the Private Equity & Real Estate practice at Arendt & Medernach. She has been Head of the firm’s New York office since 2021. Her practice focuses on alternative investments funds, vehicles and their managers (AIFMs), encompassing all relevant regulatory matters. Nadia joined Arendt & Medernach in 2010, and has been a member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2008. She has worked for the New York office since 2018. Nadia is a Luxembourg-qualified lawyer and studied law in Besançon (France), Kansas (United States) and Luxembourg. She holds a Master’s in European Business Law from the Université de Franche-Comté (France).
Antoine Peter is a Manager at Arendt Regulatory & Consulting SA (ARC). Antoine started his career in 2014 in the banking industry. He held several positions at investment and depositary banks in both France and Luxembourg, acquiring significant knowledge and experience of capital markets and the financial sector as a whole. Specialising in ESG and sustainable finance solutions, Antoine assists clients, among others, with the set-up and implementation of their ESG strategies, the preparation of sustainability-related disclosures and the integration of sustainability risks in internal processes. Antoine holds a Master’s in Corporate Finance and Financial Markets from the University of Strasbourg, and is a graduate of Sciences Po Strasbourg.