Today, the two financial centre initiatives signed a joint statement of intent to support the Global Baseline in Sustainability Reporting by the ISSB. Montréal and Frankfurt are both home to the ISSB’s offices.
Casablanca Finance City (CFC) and Frankfurt Main Finance (FMF) collaborated, alongside the German-African Business Association, to strengthen business cooperation between the Eurozone and Africa in green and sustainable finance as well as FinTech.
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 Financial Center Initiative Frankfurt Main Finance (FMF) and FinCity.Tokyo want to consolidate their partnership. Therefore, both institutions agreed upon a joint statement today in Tokyo. The consulting firm McKinsey will accompany the cooperation as a knowledge partner.
Frankfurt am Main, July 14, 2022 – The Financial Centre Initiative Frankfurt Main Finance e. V. (FMF) welcomed six new members in the middle of the year.
Memoranda of Understanding on International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) signed in Frankfurt
The public and private sectors today signed agreements with the IFRS Foundation governing the presence of the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) in Frankfurt.
Financial Centre Frankfurt to be one of the key locations of the International Sustainability Standards Board
Frankfurt’s application awarded key functions for the new International Sustainability Standards Board, which will develop future standards for global sustainability disclosures for financial markets: Frankfurt will be seat of the Board and also host the office of the chair. Montreal will also be providing key functions to the ISSB.
The two leading financial centers Shanghai and Frankfurt want to join forces and cooperate more closely in the near future. Representatives of both sides signed a memorandum to this effect on Thursday
Frankfurt has benefited from Brexit and is gaining the crown as the most important financial centre in continental Europe. This is according to the latest Global Financial Centres Index published today, which is compiled semi-annually by the international consulting firm Z/Yen Group.
Undeterred by the second wave of Covid-19, the sentiment of the financial sector is improving, certainly due in part to hopes raised by the newly developed vaccines.