Belair House, a member of the Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) Group, officially inaugurated its new offices at 2 boulevard Grande-Duchesse Charlotte, CBD, Luxembourg, on Monday 31st March 2014.
This villa, owned by Crown Properties,was renovated last year under the supervision of the RealCorp Project Management team, enabling Belair House employees to move in during February 2014.
Official opening of Belair House
Belair House, a new company under the BIL Group, opened its Family Office and Investment Management activities during a reception held at the Cercle Cité Place d’Armes, in the presence of a hundred representatives of the financial sector and economic decision-makers of Luxembourg.
A limited liability company, Belair House obtained specific licenses for Family Office and Investment Management from the Ministry of Finance. It operates under the status of Professionnel du Secteur Financier (PFS) supervised by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF).
The new premises at 2 boulevard Grande-Duchesse, Luxembourg, are conveniently located in the CBD and were prepared for occupation by RealCorp Project Management.
Activities of Belair House
An independent Multi-Family Office, Belair House offers a complete service to wealthy families on all matters that may concern them.
The multidisciplinary teams at Belair House can support families in all aspects of preservation and development of their heritage, generation after generation. This may involve helping families to define and implement strategies tailored to their needs and concerns in order to preserve, enhance or otherwise transmit their heritage, and also to simplify daily management for better quality of life.
For more information about Belair House and the BIL Group, please see their press release (in French).
Additional works by RealCorp Project Management
On Monday 12th May, the RealCorp Project Management team will begin, with SLCP Chanzy-Pardoux, the refurbishments of the façade and the greening of the property. This is a valuable project, with no cost spared to achieve a look and feel appropriate to the building and its tenants, and to comply with the requirements of the City of Luxemburg “service sites et monuments”.
We anticipate that it will take two months to complete the work. We look forward to posting pictures of the final result!
Post updated 16 June 2015