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DVFA monthly question: Generational capital is generally welcomed

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In the latest monthly question, DVFA Investment Professionals were asked what they think of the...

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Future of the European Banking Ecosystem 2035

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At a pivotal era of digital and regulatory evolution, the European banking sector anticipates...

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Web3 for German companies – Advantages and challenges

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Web3 stands for a new version of the World Wide Web that incorporates concepts such as...

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From the Bronx to a global phenomenon

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The Schirn in Frankfurt is celebrating 50 years of hip-hop with the interdisciplinary exhibition...

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Gender investment gap: less capital for female startup founders

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The study by FMF member Ernst & Young entitled "Gender Investment Gap: Female startup founders...

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Metzler: Banking Legacy in Frankfurt for 350 Years

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From the cloth trade to a 350-year-old private bank. This is the theme of an exhibition at the...

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Future of the European Banking Ecosystem 2035

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At a pivotal era of digital and regulatory evolution, the European banking sector anticipates significant shifts. Insightful collaboration between industry leaders and academics has led to four scenarios forecasting the industry’s transformation, highlighting digital banking, decentralized finance, and ESG regulations as key factors. This analysis offers a strategic blueprint for navigating the future.

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Gender investment gap: less capital for female startup founders

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The study by FMF member Ernst & Young entitled "Gender Investment Gap: Female startup founders ...

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Fintech 2023: Development at a glance

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In 2023, fintech companies recorded a decline of 31% in investments to 113.7 billion dollars, ...

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German-Japanese Transformation Partnership

Just under 9,000 kilometres separate the capitals of Berlin and Tokyo, but in many ways the distance between Germany and Japan is very small. Both countries are “value partners” that are actively developing their bilateral relations (“transformation partnership”). Due to their dependence on the uninterrupted functioning of global trade and supply chains, and in the context of Germany’s and Japan’s net zero commitments, both countries face similar transformation needs. In this Frankfurt Main Finance study, we present a three-step approach to managing global supply chain risks.

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