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Luxembourg is the leading Eurozone financial centre in GFCI 2014

According to the latest Global Financial Centres Index that was published today, Luxembourg ranks 15th and is thus the leading financial centre in the Eurozone. Luxembourg is followed by Frankfurt, Dubai and Montreal. Only three points  separate the Grand Duchy from Vancouver, ranking 14th. Like last year, Luxembourg is also the only European financial centre likely to become more significant in the future, following Casablanca, Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong. >

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A new value for the Luxembourg Financial Centre

The Luxembourg Freeport officially opens its doors to customers today, after its festive inauguration on September 17. The Freeport is a state-of-the- art storing facility designed to store valuable goods like artworks, wine, precious metals or collector’s cars. It is the only such facility in the Eurozone. Customers will be able to use it through freight forwarders, who will act like their intermediate tenants >

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Luxembourg for Finance team bolstered by new Deputy CEO

With a view to intensifying its efforts to develop the Luxemburg financial centre, Luxembourg for Finance (LFF) has recently bolstered its team. In September 2014, Tom Théobald was appointed Deputy CEO of Luxembourg for Finance (LFF). In close collaboration with Nicolas Mackel, CEO, Tom will assist the agency in its strategic mission to promote the expertise and diversity of the financial centre abroad.  >