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Financial industry still sees Frankfurt as the major winner / London to remain one of the top 3 financial centres / CFS warns against euphoria According to a recent survey by the Center for Financial Studies, one year on from the Brexit referendum, a clearmajority of the German financial industry (86%) still believe that Frankfurt […]
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Revenue and earnings growth of financial institutions declines – Service providers expect the same for the current quarter / Financial industry continues to increase investment volume The CFS Index, which measures the business climate of the German financial sector on a quarterly basis, falls by 2.0 points to 111.6 points. The declining rate of growth […]
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Explaining complex issues about the stock exchange – that’s the goal now being pursued by Deutsche Börse AG with consumer-oriented videos for both beginners and the more experienced. Many Germans shy away from making any financial investment in shares. This is the finding of a representative study on shareholder culture in Germany conducted in January […]
Michael Rüdiger is the new Chairman of the Exchange Council. The DekaBank CEO takes over from Lars Hille, DZ Bank. Michael Rüdiger was unanimously elected as the new Chairman of the Exchange Council of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange on June 1st. Rüdiger is CEO of DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale and has been a member of the body […]
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Scientists and practitioners discuss different approaches: This year’s Research Conference of the Frankfurt Institute for Risk Management and Regulation (FIRM) has focused on approaches to identify and measure systemic risks. More than 50 representatives from the domain of science and practice discussed new models from the research community on June 22nd in Mainz and tested […]
The surprise came overnight, and there was a rude awakening. At 2 A.M., when the first forecasts were published, it still looked like Britain would remain in the European Union. But a next look at the news reports at 6:20 A.M. made it clear: the population of the UK decided to leave, even if the […]
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