On the evening of Wednesday 20 September 2023, the American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg (AMCHAM) teamed up with Amazon in Luxembourg-Kirchberg to host an English-language elections-related event with a focus on finance and the economy.
On 8 September 2023, Franz Fayot, Minister for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs, visited Ukraine. The purpose of the visit was to identify ways of strengthening and tailoring Luxembourg’s support to Ukraine’s reconstruction and humanitarian needs.
Luxembourg was the first European country and first AAA-rated country worldwide to launch its sustainability bond framework (the “Framework”), on September 2, 2020. On September 7, 2023, the Luxembourg State Treasury published the third sustainability bond report, as foreseen by the Framework.
ELTIFs could prove to be the most suitable vehicle for retail investments in private markets”, says Patzelt. “Here, the new regulations offer more freedom.”
The International Climate Finance Accelerator (ICFA) Luxembourg has announced its latest cohort of fund managers dedicated towards addressing climate change and driving positive change globally.
Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL) delivered a sound financial performance during the first half of 2023, with a net profit of 103 million euros. Rising interest rates and lingering inflation have been the markers of the half-year. BIL remains fully focused on proactively helping clients navigate the current environment.
– PRESS RELEASE – KPMG Luxembourg is betting on sustainability and on its own determination to offer one of the most creative work environments in the country. This is why the company is aiming to move to a brand-new headquarters, designed for this purpose, before the end of the decade. To read the article in
Luxembourg Trade & Invest invites you to take part in a trade mission to Kazakhstan from 2 – 6 October 2023. Register now!
Marsh reports on Global insurance markets Index Q2 2023.
– OPINION – In view of rising interest rates, interest-bearing securities seem attractive again.
Carlo Thelen, Director General of the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, recently shared his thoughts on how to make our tax system more attractive.
Screening of foreign direct investments: Luxembourg’s balancing act with FDI Regulation