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The financial sector’s top-class events demonstrate the significance of the Financial Centre Frankfurt and its international actors.
Facts & Figures
The Financial Centre Database and indicies regularly compiled by Frankfurt’s universities report on the current condition of the Financial Centre, its development and perspectives for the future.
Financial Centre Issues
Several times a year, Helaba studies and research papers are published which relevant for the Financial Centre. The current study, Financial Centre Frankfurt: Upwards with China examines the long term opportunities for Frankfurt as a Renminbi Hub.
The Financial Centre Frankfurt is also known for excellence in practical teaching and research in the fields of finance and economics. This is further proven by the close relationship between these academic institutions and Frankfurt’s banks, insurance companies and financial services providers.
On May 29, 2018, well-renowned international and national experts from the financial industry and decision makers gathered at the 8th Frankfurt Finance Summit titled Ready, Steady, Go! Who is ready to set the pace in challenging times? to debate the challenges and the strategic responses to current issues facing the European economy, regulators and financial […]
The 8th Frankfurt Finance Summit titled “Ready, Steady, Go! Who is ready to set the pace in challenging times?” is taking place on 29 May 2018 at Kap Europa. Well-renowned international and national experts and decision-makers are meeting to discuss current issues faced by the European economy, regulators and financial markets. This year’s summit evolves […]
The Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Parliament just released a statement on the future regulation of Central Counter Parties (CCP). The euro clearing by CCPs is an important part of the financial architecture of the European Union following Brexit. At the moment, the majority of transactions is handled by a London-based company. […]
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The Trend Concept New York and how Start-Ups are Transforming Work Culture The newest edition of the magazin Eschborn for Business is now available. The annual, English-German magazine puts a spotlight on Eschborn as an emerging modern business location, focuses on the city’s economic growth and uncovers interesting trends in sustainable city development. The current […]
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Growth in revenues and earnings falls, though levels remain high / Financial institutions hiring again after sustained period of job cuts / Investment volume stable The CFS Index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, falls by 3.4 points in the first quarter of 2018, though it remains […]
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The US has decided to impose punitive tariffs on steel and aluminium imports, principally from China. For its part, China is showing little willingness to give in and make concessions. According to a recent survey by the Center for Financial Studies, the majority of the German financial industry expects the trade dispute between the two […]
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