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      1. Luxembourg climate finance initiatives showcased at COP23

        Luxembourg climate finance initiatives showcased at COP23

        The Luxembourg government and the European Investment Bank were present at the COP23 in Bonn with a joint pavilion, hosting various workshops and seminars over the two weeks of the COP on climate finance and climate projects by the EIB as well as by the Luxembourg government and financial services industry representatives.

      2. Italy: a key market for Luxembourg’s financial services industry

        Italy: a key market for Luxembourg’s financial services industry

        Italy is a key market for the Luxembourg financial centre, whether in the investment fund industry, corporate banking, wealth management, capital markets or insurance - a fact that was amply confirmed by the record attendance at the seminar that Luxembourg for Finance, in cooperation with the Italian-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, organized in Milan, in the presence of TRH Crown Prince Guillaume and Princess Stéphanie as well as Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna.

      3. New partnership agreement with Seoul Metropolitan Government and Financial Hub Korea

        New partnership agreement with Seoul Metropolitan Government and Financial Hub Korea

        Luxembourg for Finance and its Korean counterparts aim to work together to develop exchanges in the area of financial services between the two countries. LFF’s CEO, Nicolas Mackel, stated that Luxembourg is looking forward to working with Korea to bolster Seoul’s role as a leading Asian financial center and Luxembourg’s role as a platform for Korean fund managers in Europe.

      4. Leading Japanese insurer moves its EU base to Luxembourg

        Leading Japanese insurer moves its EU base to Luxembourg

        Japanese insurer, Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance (ADI), has today become the latest leading global financial institution to announce plans to establish its European subsidiary in Luxembourg following the UK's decision to leave the European Union.

      5. Luxembourg in top 3 EU financial centres, climbs in global rank

        Luxembourg in top 3 EU financial centres, climbs in global rank

        Luxembourg is one of the leading financial centres in the EU, together with London and Frankfurt. This was confirmed once again by the latest Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI 22). Climbing by four places, Luxembourg now ranks #14 out of 92 global financial centres overall.