Despite recent strong warnings from regulators worldwide and high volatility, the cryptocurrency market continues to grow dramatically, with many predicting even greater uptake in the future. Cryptocurrencies and their supporting blockchain technology are evolving quickly, with more and more cases of use emerging. Industry experts, blockchain developers, tax specialists, legal regulatory experts and cybersecurity analysts will discuss the challenges and the opportunities arising from the expanding use of cryptocurrencies as well as the huge demand for investment products providing an exposure to cryptocurrencies.
Category: Past Events
AMCHAM's Tax Committee was pleased to invite you to a US Tax event which took place on 8 May 2018 at Banque de Luxembourg. Our speakers, Bob Stack and Calum Dewar addressed "The Largest US Tax Reform for Decades, Its Genesis, Basic Principles and Impact on the EU Economy".
At this ABAL lunch held on the 7th of May , our guest speaker Marc Jacobs shared insights from his book titled "Negotiate like a local". The book provides you with a practical, academically solid, big-data based system using easily understandable mindsets to help you do business more successfully anywhere in the world.
By Lisa Francis-Jennings Imagine your most fruitful, memorable, enjoyable, rambunctious & rewarding conversations. March 8th saw a unique gathering at PwC headquarters, our event sponsor, for the Life and Career Advice from Successful Leaders event. Together with PwC Luxembourg, the AMCHAM team brought together an amazing panel of successful people from across business sectors, to … Continued
The Languages of Luxembourg project is a web-based language learning tool that allows language learners to simultaneously study/learn either 5 or 7 languages (Luxembourgish, French, German, Portuguese, English, Arabic and Persian). The content is presented on a dedicated website and as mobile phone applications (iPhone and Android). The project was realized with sponsorship from the Œuvre Nationale de Secours Grande-Duchesse … Continued
Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna joined us and our partner organizations on 11 December 2017 to preview the Luxembourg Government national budget for the new year and to visit with our members who make such an important contribution to the economic success of Luxembourg.
On 17 November, the AMCHAM members and friends celebrated American Thanksgiving. We were particularly honored and proud to celebrate this American tradition here in Luxembourg with our local and international friends and in the presence of our guest speaker Deputy prime Minister and Minister of the Economy Etienne Schneider along with a distinguished group of … Continued
On 4 October 2017, the speakers gave insights on who is eligible, what are the rules and how can employers and employees implement fair and legal solutions for homeworking.
On September 20th, 2017 people gathered at the Banque de Luxembourg to hear the latest research on the advantages of diversity in the workplace. Sponsored by the Ministry of Family Affairs, Integration and the Greater Greater Region (Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund), this stimulating event was produced in partnership with The Banque de Luxembourg and The Network, Luxembourg’s oldest association of English-speaking professional women. Keynotes … Continued
On 27 September 2017, AMCHAM invited senior politicians from the six principle political parties in Luxembourg offering each of them 7 minutes time to tell the assembled Luxembourg and International attendees of this event why foreign and Luxembourg nationality voters should vote for their respective political parties in the October Communal elections.
On 26 September 2017, AMCHAM, APSI and PwC Luxembourg organized a "Resourcing IT" event, focusing on what needs to be done to get Luxembourg the trained IT people it needs.
On 1 June 2017, Geoff Thompson of the AMCHAM Marketing Committee moderated a photography and videography lunchtime workshop, the latest in the series that started 18 months ago; he recalled the origins of the AMCHAM’s Marketing Committee lunchtime workshops ago and likened cameras, both still and video, to Microsoft Word, a tool of which most … Continued