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Several times a year, Helaba studies and research papers are published which relevant for the Financial Centre. The current study, Financial Centre Frankfurt: Upwards with China examines the long term opportunities for Frankfurt as a Renminbi Hub.
The Financial Centre Frankfurt is also known for excellence in practical teaching and research in the fields of finance and economics. This is further proven by the close relationship between these academic institutions and Frankfurt’s banks, insurance companies and financial services providers.
Frankfurt Main Finance and Bahrain Fintech Bay have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cooperation between the two FinTech Hubs. Dr. Lutz Raettig, President of Frankfurt Main Finance, and Gerben Visser, Founder of Bahrain FinTech Bay signed the agreement. The goal of the Co-working space Bahrain FinTech Bay is to become the largest FinTech […]
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Deutsche Börse was founded as a stock corporation in December 1992, this date marks the start of the digitisation of the entire exchange value chain. 11 December 2017. Frankfurt (Börse Frankfurt). Deutsche Börse AG celebrates its 25 anniversary on the trading floor of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange on Monday. Numerous clients, regulators, former executive board […]
The European Banking Authority (EBA) is moving from London to Paris. This was decided by the European General Affairs Council in a secret ballot on 20th November. The German government had also applied to host the EBA in Frankfurt am Main. The transfer of the EBA from London to another EU country is a direct […]
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The Deutsches Aktieninstitut (DAI) presents its second position paper. The paper on the exit negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom complements the first position paper from February 2017 and covers further relevant topics, e.g. clearing, benchmark and rating. In the light of proceeding negotiations, the position paper claims to find transitional arrangements […]
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Renowned German trade associations today have published a digital, cross sectoral Brexit Compendium, with the aim of bundling the interests of the German economy. The position papers of participating trade associations on Brexit can be found on the respective website http://brexit-kompendium.de/en/, sorted by relevant topics. The United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union will have […]
The Federal Government and the Hesse State Government are convinced that the financial hub of Frankfurt will take on a more prominent role after Brexit based on its outstanding qualities. At the same time, they emphasise that Frankfurt should be the home of the relocated European Banking Authority after the United Kingdom has left the […]
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