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Green bonds: Germany is on the USA’s heels

Financial Centre, News, Sustainable Finance

Green bonds have long since become mainstream on the financial markets. They account for 80% of all sustainable issues. New issuers are likely to continue to provide plenty of new supply.

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ISSB publishes taxonomy on digital sustainability

Member, News, Sustainable Finance

The IFRS Sustainability Disclosure Taxonomy of the ISSB. This new taxonomy offers investors and lenders worldwide an efficient analysis of sustainability-related financial information.

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Interview Adam Farkas – “Financing the energy transition needs a mature capital market”

Events, News

On May 28, AFME/OMFIF’S 4th Annual Conference on European Financial Integration will take place. We spoke to the CEO of the Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME), Adam Farkas, not only about the event, but also about geopolitical and economic developments on the financial markets

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KPMG study- Digital Assets in Germany 2024

Member, News

The study “Digital Assets in Germany 2024” focuses on the asset class of digital financial products such as crypto assets. It sheds light on various aspects, including attractive investment trends, the types of investors active in the market and the growth prospects that investors still see in the market. The comparison with the previous study provides insights into changing behavior patterns and attitudes, particularly with regard to risk assessment.

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KPMG study- Digital Assets in Germany 2024

Member, Member, News, News

The study “Digital Assets in Germany 2024” focuses on the asset class of digital financial products such as crypto assets. It sheds light on various aspects, including attractive investment trends, the types of investors active in the market and the growth prospects that investors still recognise in the market. The comparison with the previous study provides insights into changing behaviour patterns and attitudes, particularly with regard to risk assessment.

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Need for action to reinforce economic security and support net zero – a German-Japanese perspective

International, News

Despite the distance of around 9,000 kilometers between Berlin and Tokyo, Germany and Japan are close partners. Both countries are intensifying their bilateral relations and face similar transformation challenges due to their dependence on frictionless global trade and net zero commitments. The Frankfurt Main Finance study presents a three-step approach to managing global supply chain risks.

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Fintech 2023: Development at a glance

FinTech, FinTech, Member, Member, News, News, TOP-NEWS

In 2023, fintech companies recorded a decline of 31% in investments to 113.7 billion dollars, compared to 164.1 billion dollars in the previous year, according to the results of the “KPMG Pulse of Fintech” for the second half of 2023.

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Increased investment in cyber security required

Member, News, TOP-NEWS, Uncategorized

Security is at the heart of innovation: in the face of rising cyber risks, companies around the world are increasing their investments in cybersecurity. Geopolitical uncertainties, regulatory developments and financial losses caused by cyber attacks are driving budgets in the German market by at least 5%.

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Fincite WealthTech Radar 2024

FinTech, Member, News, TOP-NEWS

In the second edition of the WealthTech Radar, 24 market experts provide an in-depth analysis of the most important investment and technology trends in wealth management.

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Bundesbank: How cash will be used in the future

News

How will cash be used in the future? This question is the subject of a recent study by the Bundesbank, which outlines three different scenarios for paying with cash in 2037. The study provides an idea of the social and economic environment in which cash will be embedded in the future.

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