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      1. LFF renews mandate of CEO Nicolas Mackel

        LFF renews mandate of CEO Nicolas Mackel

        The board of Luxembourg for Finance has decided at its meeting on February 27th to renew the mandate of the CEO Nicolas Mackel for a second period of four years from July 2017 to June 2021.

      2. Strengthening ties with the UAE in financial services

        Strengthening ties with the UAE in financial services

        A delegation of 80 representatives of the Luxembourg financial centre, headed by HRH Prince Guillaume, Crown Prince of Luxembourg, accompanied by HRH Crown Princess Stéphanie, and led by Luxembourg Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna, visited the UAE this week with a view to strengthening existing relations between the two countries and its financial centres.

      3. Luxembourg financial delegation visits the City of Light

        Luxembourg financial delegation visits the City of Light

        Luxembourg Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna was in Paris with a delegation of professionals of the financial sector on the occasion of a seminar organised by Luxembourg for Finance. The seminar focused on the role of European financial centres in the face of current and future challenges, ranging from Brexit to financing the global fight against climate change.

      4. Nasir Zubairi appointed CEO of the LHoFT

        Nasir Zubairi appointed CEO of the LHoFT

        The Luxembourg government and its partners are pleased to announce the appointment of Nasir Zubairi as CEO of the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (LHoFT).

      5. Pushing the case for FinTech

        Pushing the case for FinTech

        Luxembourg For Finance participated in high-level FinTech conferences across the globe in order to further develop and position Luxembourg as a leading FinTech hub.

      6. Luxembourg: EU hub for international finance

        Luxembourg: EU hub for international finance

        With a market that extends far beyond its borders, Luxembourg has become a global hub for major international financial institutions looking to set up their pan European operations and expand their activities across the EU and beyond.