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The Financial Centre initiative Frankfurt Main Finance is proud to welcome three new members. With the addition of SDG Investments GmbH, niiio finance group AG and Vendôme Associés, the initiative now has more than 50 members. The young companies niiio finance group and SDG Investments join as FinTech members, and Vendôme Associés as a sustaining […]
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Up to thirty-percent savings for asset managers if Euro Clearing moves to EU27 100 billion USD costs estimated by London Stock Exchange found far too high Maximum costs over five years to be around EUR 3.2 billion Frankfurt am Main – The discussion on the effects of Brexit on Euro Clearing and its supervision continues […]
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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 […]
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The Deutsches Aktieninstitut (DAI) presents its second position paper. The paper on the exit negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom complements the first position paper from February 2017 and covers further relevant topics, e.g. clearing, benchmark and rating. In the light of proceeding negotiations, the position paper claims to find transitional arrangements […]
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Analysis from leading real estate firms and investors shows demand and prime-rents in the Financial Centre Frankfurt reach record highs, while the vacancy rate steadily declines to its lowest point in years. Nearly sixteen months after the Brexit referendum, developments in the Frankfurt Office Market clearly reflect Frankfurt’s popularity amongst banks leaving the United Kingdom. […]