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Deutsche Börse is championing Frankfurt – and this supports the city as a financial centre. And it also helps Deutsche Börse. Because these initiatives enable us to also strengthen ourselves as a listed company on the global competitive stage. However, this works the other way around too. Frankfurt as a financial centre relies on Deutsche […]
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Germany is an attractive location for the international financial industry The new federal government can, however, increase its attractiveness even further Internationally agreed and harmonised regulatory frameworks guarantee international financial stability “We see an unbroken interest in the German financial centre among banks that are considering relocations due to Brexit. Supervisors and politics have already […]
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The annual ‘red tape’, or tariff and non-tariff, costs of Brexit for EU27 exporters is around £31billion and for UK exporters is around £27billion even after initial steps to mitigate costs have been taken. This is proportionately 4 times larger for the UK as a percentage of Gross Value Added (GVA ). 70 percent of […]
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2018 should be the strongest year for IPOs in a long time. Thus, the Deutsches Aktieninstitut focused its primary market conference on current questions and developments regarding the topic of initial public offerings. On January 30, at the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof near Willy-Brandt-Platz, 60 attendants from companies, banks, legal firms and consultancies met for an […]
If Lutz Raettig did not exist, Frankfurt would have to invent him. The financial centre on the Main and the financial centre initiative Frankfurt Main Finance owe much to Lutz Raettig. Since 2005, he has been Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Morgan Stanley Bank AG in Frankfurt. From 1995 to 2005, he served as […]
Deutsche Börse will expand the historic stock exchange building in the heart of the Main Metropolis into the Financial Centre Frankfurt’s communications center and a point of contact for the general public. The protected landmark, home to the renowned trading floor and Frankfurt’s Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK Frankfurt), will be the symbolic heart […]
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