Barely a month goes by without a news on Orpea: after the publication in January of the investigative book “Les Fossoyeurs” (“The Gravediggers” in English) - a damning exposé on the Group’s nursing homes - here comes a new scandal involving Luxembourgish holding Lipany.
Ukraine-Luxembourg Business Club asbl (ULBC) together with its partners is inviting you to attend a charity dinner with a silent art auction “Business Stands with Ukraine”.
Being an economic analyst in these times is a challenge. And for good reason: in recent months, the global economic situation has been riddled with a series of significant shocks that have regularly changed forecasts.
Independent Fund Labelling Agency LuxFLAG welcomed its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Isabelle Delas this morning.
At this morning’s annual general meeting of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE), the shareholders of the exchange appointed Alain Kinsch to LuxSE’s board of directors. Alain Kinsch was subsequently elected as Chairman by LuxSE’s board members and takes over from Frank Wagener as of today. Frank Wagener has acted as Chairman of the board of directors of LuxSE since 2011 and announced his plans to retire from this position last year.
Michael Burch has been appointed as CEO of ING in Luxembourg from 1 July 2022. He will succeed Colette Dierick, who has decided to leave ING after 35 years.
Following the opening of its new offices in France and Germany last week, Citi Private Bank (‘City’) should hire 700 private bankers in the coming months.
À l'issue de la réunion semestrielle du Trade and Investment Board (TIB) du 4 mai 2022, le ministre de l'Économie, Franz Fayot, et le président de la Chambre de commerce, Luc Frieden, ont présenté lors d'un point de presse les principaux sujets de la réunion, à savoir la guerre en Ukraine et la participation du Luxembourg à l'Exposition universelle d'Osaka en 2025.
Article 17 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights is dedicated to "the Right to property". It states that "everyone has the right to own, use, dispose of and bequeath his or her lawfully acquired possessions". But with high prices and skyrocketing rents, as we can see clearly in Luxembourg, becoming a residential property owner is a real headache. This article assesses the Luxembourg real-estate situation while presenting a few solutions that are about to disrupt the real estate market.
The consultancy firm Z/Yen recently published its ninth edition of the Global Green Finance Index (GGFI 9) which evaluates the major financial centers’ green offerings around the world - undoubtedly a valuable reference for policy and investment decision-makers.