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.
Luxembourg once again ranks as one of the top 3 financial centres in the EU and 21st globally, according to the latest edition of the Global Financial Centres Index 23, published today.
Luxembourg ranks among the top green financial centres in the latest global Green Finance Index (GGFI) published today, measuring how financial centres contribute to the creation of a more sustainable global economy.
For the first time ever, a Chinese green bond is registered and displayed on an international exchange.
The Luxembourg Financial Centre consolidated its position as a leading European Financial Centre in 2017 after successfully implementing a series of initiatives over the past several years.
Village Capital, in partnership with PayPal, Middlegame Ventures and the LHoFT are collaborating to launch Fintech Europe 2018, a venture development program for entrepreneurs creating technological solutions that help financial institutions, financial markets, regulators and consumers interact with financial products and services in the digital age.
T Rowe Price, the $1tn US asset manager, is seeking the approval of Luxembourg’s financial regulator (CSSF) to strengthen its presence in Luxembourg. The Luxembourg company will become the new head office for its EU business, while the UK entity will continue to serve the domestic market.
On the occasion of Chinese New Year, we would like to wish our Chinese friends in Luxembourg and around the globe a joyous new year.