Since the Brexit referendum in June 2016, many Britons are leaving the United Kingdom, emigrating to mainland Europe and applying for citizenship in an EU country. This is shown by figures from the European Statistics Office Eurostat and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
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The German export sector has had to cope with numerous challenges over the last few years. Not only the automotive sector, but also the shift of US trade policy and the increasingly important issue of climate change implied massive changes. That is why the long-term trend in many manufacturing sectors appeared unclear even ahead of […]
Z/Yen Group Limited held a private online meeting on 15. July 2020 with representatives of international financial centres from the City of London, Abu Dhabi, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Luxembourg, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Astana, Frankfurt and many more. The main aims were to work closer together and to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on global financial centres, […]
José Manuel González-Páramo, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of European DataWarehouse and former member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank and former Executive Board Director, Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria S.A., spoke about “Digital Innovation and Data in the Financial Sector” at the “Food for Thought” online event of Frankfurt Main Finance on […]
This year’s bilingual business location magazine Eschborn for Business 2020, published annually by the Frankfurt Main Finance member, pays attention on the topic of change management. It focuses on how to deal with accelerated change, as in the case of the current crisis situation with the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition, a popular AI champion for […]
The German-British Chamber of Industry and Commerce invites you to a webinar series and online discussions. It starts with the topic “UK – The Corona-crisis and the impacts on Brexit” on friday, May 15th 2020, 8.00am UK time.
Kazuo Teranishi, correspondent for Asahi Shimbun, one of the oldest and largest national daily newspaper in Japan, interviewed Hubertus Väth during his visit in Tokyo in March 2020, which took part in the FinCity Global Forum (hosted by FinCity.Tokyo).
The countdown was projected on to the side of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office and residence at 10 Downing Street until Brexit’s completion on 31 January 2020, midnight Brussels time. Negotiations on future relations are underway. However, regulatory questions for the financial sector remain largely unresolved. London will – also in the well-understood interests of […]
Frankfurt am Main – The financial centre initiative Frankfurt Main Finance e.V. welcomes three new members. CRIF Bürgel, Deloitte Deutschland, and European DataWarehouse join the initiative as sustaining members. “We bid our new members a very warm welcome! With their added support and the support of our long-standing members, we work towards the sustainability and […]