Over the course of the last decades, Luxembourg has built a financial services industry that is specialised in cross-border activities. Well known for its funds, wealth management, insurance and capital markets activity, Luxembourg is maybe less known for its corporate finance services.
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) has launched a Green Bond Channel in partnership with the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE).
One of the most striking characteristics of Luxembourg’s financial industry is the international make-up of its work force. Although the diverse background of so many people means they do not all have English as their mother tongue, it has become the common business language.
Ripple launches University Blockchain Research Initiative (UBRI), a collaboration with top universities around the world, including Luxembourg.
The House of Startups (HoST) has officially opened its doors today.
Policymakers and industry leaders from the European sustainable finance community gathered in Luxembourg on 30 May for the 1st edition of the Sustainable Finance Forum to discuss the key role of the financial industry in the transition towards a sustainable, low-carbon economy. With around 600 registered participants, the success of this first edition is indeed testimony to the growing importance of sustainable finance.
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US asset manager, MFS, is seeking the approval of Luxembourg’s financial regulator (CSSF) to strengthen its presence and to create its EU hub in Luxembourg.
Online trading platform, Saxo Payments Banking Circle, a subsidiary of the Danish Saxo Bank Group, is seeking approval of Luxembourg’s regulator (CSSF) to obtain a banking licence following the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
For the first time, a significant number of the world’s leading financial centres have agreed a shared strategy for accelerating green and sustainable finance.