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“The speed of change has never been faster. To keep up, both buy-side and sell-side firms must be ready to take action. But where should you focus your efforts? Together with world-leading investment professionals, [FMF member Refinitiv has] identified three themes that will shape the future of investment research.” Source: refinitiv.com Find out more about […]
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German financial sector sees considerable need for financial regulatory reform in Germany A survey of financial sector executives conducted by the CFS shows that over 85% of participants see it necessary to reform financial regulation in Germany. 76% of respondents are in favour of expanding the responsibilities of the regulator BaFin to ensure that all […]
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Financial sector views current situation far more positively than in the previous quarter / Financial institutions report strong growth / Service provider figures still on the decline The CFS Index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, rises by 8.1 points to 106.9 points. This means that a […]
The July edition of the ministry’s monthly report is now online. Each month, the Federal Ministry of Finance publishes extracts from its monthly report in English. These extracts feature current data and information on federal budget trends, tax revenue, debt levels and guarantees, as well as key dates on the fiscal and economic policy agenda. […]
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On 29 June 2020, the current ranking of The Economist magazine was published. The business magazine analysed 70 business schools worldwide, six of them in Germany. This year, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management took part in the ranking for the first time and came 49th. It is already the eighth ranking in which Frankfurt […]
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Andreas Hackethal and Rainer Klump replace Jan P. Krahnen and Uwe Walz. Jürgen Fitschen becomes the new chairman of the board. As of 1 July 2020, the Center for Financial Studies (CFS) has a new academic director. The long-standing academic directors of the CFS, Professor Dr Uwe Walz (since 2010) and Professor Dr Jan P. […]
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