What challenges do banks face as they prepare for the next exercise?
DVFA board members Müller and Mainert on the implementation of ESG in the investment process and on the job description of investment professionals.
The report describes the work of financial centers in promoting financial education and literacy.
What lies ahead for European banks?
In the December issue of the DVFA Monthly Survey, investment professionals were asked for their assessment of the FTX insolvency, which has shaken confidence in the crypto exchanges. The majority of them do not expect any contagion effects for the traditional capital markets.
The fourth edition of Frankfurt Digital Finance Conference will take place on 8 February 2023. For the first time since 2020, the conference will be held as a fully-fledged in-person event – with an additional online livestream for international viewers.
The Presidium of Frankfurt Main Finance has elected Gerhard Wiesheu as President of the Financial Centre Initiative for another two years. The re-election of Wiesheu, who first assumed the presidency in 2020, was unanimous.
The Frankfurt real estate investment market achieved an exceptionally strong result in the first half of 2022 and presented itself as very stable in the third quarter. Frankfurt Main Finance (FMF) took a look into the future with Riza Demirci, Managing Director and Frankfurt Branch Manager at FMF member BNP Paribas Real Estate: How will the Frankfurt commercial real estate market develop by the end of the year? What role do trends such as New Work and ESG play?
German financial sector expects a recession and sustained high inflation rates / Banks to remain stable
Europe’s economy has been facing enormous challenges since the outbreak of war in Ukraine: high inflation rates, soaring energy prices and falling growth rates could plunge Europe into a severe recession.
The survey offers key trends, challenges, and market insights on traditional and alternative asset managers.