Strong Financial Centre in the Heart of Europe

Qualified employees, regulatory stability, economic power, innovative strength and excellent infrastructure – the central guarantors of success of the Frankfurt am Main Financial Centre. Here, you can learn all that is worth knowing regarding the German financial metropolis in the heart of Europe.

Events

The financial sector’s top-class events demonstrate the significance of the Financial Centre Frankfurt and its international actors.

Facts & Figures

The Financial Centre Database and indicies regularly compiled by Frankfurt’s universities report on the current condition of the Financial Centre, its development and perspectives for the future.

Financial Centre Issues

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.

Academia

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.

Deutsches Aktieninstitut presents its second Brexit position paper and claims: Transitional arrangements now!

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 […]

Brexit

German trade associations publish Brexit Compendium

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 […]

Finance Minister Altmaier & Hesse Prime Minister Bouffier meet in Brussels to discuss future of EU financial markets after Brexit

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 […]

Frankfurt Office Market heats up as banks firm up Brexit relocation plans

Analysis from leading real estate firms and investors shows demand and prime-rents in the Financial Centre Frankfurt reach record highs, while the vacancy rate steadily declines to its lowest point in years. Nearly sixteen months after the Brexit referendum, developments in the Frankfurt Office Market clearly reflect Frankfurt’s popularity amongst banks leaving the United Kingdom. […]

CFS Index: Service providers expecting huge revenue growth in fourth quarter

Service providers expecting huge revenue growth in fourth quarter, despite a previous sharp decline. Job cuts at financial institutions on the rise again CFS Index rises by 2.5 points; considerable movement at sub-index level The CFS Index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, rises by 2.5 points […]

CFS survey: Financial industry believes bubbles are likely to form on the European financial markets

Financial industry believes bubbles are likely to form on the European financial markets due to QE measures and the ECB’s zero interest rate policy. Rapid departure from expansive monetary policy is favored, yet not expected. This is cause for alarm. According to a recent survey by the Center for Financial Studies, there is firm agreement […]

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