French asset manager Lyxor, the fully-owned Asset Manager of Société Générale Group, is transferring 19 exchange traded funds with assets of €4.9bn to Luxembourg.
As a founding member, Luxembourg for Finance participated at the 1st General Assembly of the global network of Financial Centres for Sustainability (FC4S), held in Shanghai on 19 October. The world’s financial centres have taken an important step forward to scale up the financing required for climate action and sustainable development.
Luxembourg for Finance, the Agency for the Development of the Financial Centre, is hiring a Media Relations & Communications Manager.
Luxembourg joins the World Alliance of International Financial Centers as founding member.
On 4 October, Luxembourg’s Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna and Minister of the Environment Carole Dieschbourg, together with Eric Usher, Head of the UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), officially launched the Luxembourg sustainable finance roadmap.
Luxembourg is ranked as one of the top 3 financial centres in the EU, according to three different rankings that were recently published: the Global Financial Centres Index 24, the New Financial International Financial Centres Index, as well as the latest Global Green Finance Index (GGFI).
At the end of a week-long mission led by Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna to Beijing, Hangzhou and Shanghai, China’s Ant Financial confirmed the decision of its payment arm – Alipay - to set up its EU hub in Luxembourg.
Luxembourg is once again ranked as one of the top 3 financial centres in the EU, according to the latest edition of the Global Financial Centres Index 24, published today.
J.P. Morgan has decided to establish a significant wealth management hub in Luxembourg and increase its capabilities in its Corporate & Investment Bank - Treasury Services and Custody and Fund Services.
The inaugural edition of the New Financial International Financial Centres Index ranks Luxembourg as the 2nd financial centre in the European Union, after the UK. In terms of international activity, Luxembourg even ranks 3rd globally behind the US and UK but ahead of major European and Asian financial centres such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Germany or France.