EY Luxembourg presents its 2022 attractiveness survey.
Post-Brexit financial boom in Luxembourg is over, EY says
Luxembourg’s post-Brexit boom in financial sector relocations and foreign direct investment is over, according to an EY study on the Grand Duchy’s attractiveness that was
Vianden castle in Luxembourg. Photo via Unsplash.
Luxembourg retains lead as funds hub, Ireland catches up
Although its overall market share contracted slightly, Luxembourg last year held on to its number one spot among Europe’s top 10 investment hubs for both
Euro sign at the ECB tower in Frankfurt.
ECB prepares rate hike for July, ends asset purchases
The ECB has decided to raise interest rates for the first time in eleven years in an attempt to tackle persistent inflation. Asset purchases will
Manuela Sperandeo, Head of Sustainable Indexing for EMEA at BlackRock
BlackRock's clients ask for portfolios in line with SDGs
The Sustainable Development Investments Asset Owner Platform, known as SDI AOP, offers the opportunity to standardise SDG impact measurement and develop a broad benchmark for
L-R Alain Kinsch, Julie Becker, Frank Wagener. Photo: LuxSE.
Success keeps LuxSE autonomous from big players
A changing of the guard at the Luxembourg Stock Exchange, known as LuxSE, and strong results increases across the board were the theme at Wednesday’s Luxembourg Stock Exchange annual press conference.
Raif registration growth tails off, but still steady
Growth in funds registered as Reserved Alternative Investment Funds (RAIFs) in Luxembourg has slowed in February and March, according to a data analysis by Investment Officer Luxembourg.
High yield street
Top 5 High Yield bond funds: UBS in the lead
As expected, 2022 looks set to be a turbulent year for fixed income assets. High-yield bonds shared in the blows dealt in the first quarter
A BNSF coal train in Wyoming. Photo via Flickr.
Warren Buffett's inflation-proof portfolio
Not surprisingly, Berkshire Hathaway has risen 16 percent this year and has outperformed the S&P 500 by 23 percent over the past 12 months. Pricing
JP Morgan's offices in London. With $81 billion, the US bank is the largest funder of fossil fuels in 2020-2021. Photo by Håkan Dahlström via Flickr.
Climate: banks produce ‘white noise, no real substance'
“It is not five minutes to twelve, but one minute to twelve,” said Detlef van Vuuren, one of the Dutch scientists who collaborated on the
Russia bitcoin
Russia sanctions fuel debate over crypto
Sanctions imposed on companies and individuals in Russia and Belarus have triggered concerns that crypto-currencies offer an escape route to circumvent them. Insiders argued that