Frankfurt’s International Network

Frankfurt’s location in the heart of Europe supports its international orientation. For centuries, the city has been a major transportation hub in Europe and home to one of the world’s most important trade and exhibition centres. All these factors make the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region one of the most important economic regions on the continent – and for its residents a region with high quality of life.

Delegation Trips

Frankfurt Main Finance strives to strengthen the city’s international network and offer a dialogue platform. An important instrument are high-level delegation trips to significant partner cities.

Cooperation

Another important objective of the initiative is to expand the city’s international network and cooperation. In this regard, emerging markets are amongst the most important partners.

FinTech delegation travels to South Korea and Hong Kong

As in recent years, in January a FinTech delegation will be traveling under the leadership of Dr. Raettig to Hong Kong for the Asian Financial Forum (AFF). The Asia Financial Forum is the most important meeting of the Asian financial sector and will be held for the eleventh time on January 15 and 16, 2018. […]

The Financial Centres Frankfurt and Astana intend to work more closely together

Frankfurt Main Finance e.V. (FMF) and the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) from Kazakhstan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation between the two financial hubs on Friday, 17.11.2017. The AIFC Governor Kairat Kelimbetov and Dr. Lutz Raettig, President of Frankfurt Main Finance signed the MoU agreement on the premises of the company Economic […]

歓迎される – Welcome

Frankfurt am Main will be the future EU location of the finance companies Mizuho Securities, Daiwa Securities, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group and Nomura. But why are foreign banks deciding in favour of Frankfurt? And what are the chances and challenges presented by moving? Here’s an interview with Dr. Oliver Wagner, Managing Director of the Association […]

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