Frankfurt’s International Network

Frankfurt’s location in the heart of Europe supports its international orientation. For centuries, the city has been a major transportation hub in Europe and home to one of the world’s most important trade and exhibition centres. All these factors make the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region one of the most important economic regions on the continent – and for its residents a region with high quality of life.

Delegation Trips

Frankfurt Main Finance strives to strengthen the city’s international network and offer a dialogue platform. An important instrument are high-level delegation trips to significant partner cities.


Another important objective of the initiative is to expand the city’s international network and cooperation. In this regard, emerging markets are amongst the most important partners.

CEINEX Quarterly No. 4: China Capital Markets Access

Despite the global geopolitical tensions as well as the global Covid-19 pandemic China’s integration in global economy is continuing as before or even more. Especially the integration in the global capital markets is picking up speed. This goes both ways, with more and more barriers being put aside by the Chinese regulators for international financial […]

Virtual high level conference of the Union of Arab Banks

The Union of Arab Banks, the European Banking Federation, the Union of Arab Bankers and Frankfurt Main Finance would like to invite you to our high level virtual conference on Oktober 1, 2020 (12:30 pm – 4 pm CEST). Top-class experts and politicians will discuss the topic “Euro-Arab Banking & Investment Opportunities in Post-Crisis Economy”. […]

We want a new beginning for Europe – AFCA Think Tank Working Paper by Hubertus Väth

Germany will serve in the current Presidency of the Council of the European Union until the end of 2020. During the German Presidency, many high-profile topics are on the agenda, including a video conference of European Union leaders with President Xi Jinping scheduled for mid of September, potentially followed by a personal meeting