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Since 2008, Frankfurt Main Finance has been the financial center initiative of the leading financial center in Germany and the euro zone. Its more than 60 members include the State of Hesse, the cities of Frankfurt and Eschborn, numerous well-known financial market players and their service providers as well as private and public universities.

Bloomberg’s 2021 Impact Report

Member, Sustainable Finance

The report shows how Bloomberg mobilizes the markets to fight climate change and its company-wide efforts to boost climate action....

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Private Equity Firms Can Be Catalysts in Fighting Climate Change; Here Is How

Member, Sustainable Finance

A new whitepaper, “Creating Value Through Sustainability in Private Markets,” released by the World Economic Forum in collaboration...

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DVFA Investment Professionals expect more inflation with less growth

Financial Centre, Member, TOP-NEWS

DVFA Monthly Question: Investment professionals expect more inflation with less growth - significant risk of stagflation or recession....

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Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan

International, Member, News

Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan, formerly known as Astana, hosts the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) which is a new...

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Shining the light on the fit and proper framework

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KPMG Insights: The ECB is serious in their efforts to promote diversity within banks’ management bodies – but what does this mean for...

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EU Banking Package 2021 – meet the challenges head-on

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What are the implications for banks and supervisors? KPMG's experts address these and other questions in this article....

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Towards further harmonisation of the European NPL market

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In the following article of FMF member KPMG it is being discussed which implications the new Directive might have on credit servicers and...

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Embedding AI in banking business models

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KPMG Insights: Striking the balance between sound digital transformation and management of supervisory expectations is the current ask for...

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Companies fear increasing cyber attacks

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The e-crime study by FMF member KPMG shows that the mail server is the most attractive target in companies and that untrained employees...

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Credit risk management: SSM supervisory focus remains…

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According to KPMG, the first quarter of the year is already seeing intense supervisory activity across a range of credit risk topics....

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