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.

Cooperation

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.

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World Alliance of International Financial Centers (WAIFC) launched

On October 1st, 2018, eleven global Financial Centres have launched the World Alliance of International Financial Centers (WAIFC). The new international non-profit association, registered in Brussels, was first proposed by the Financial Centres Frankfurt (Germany), Moscow (Russia) and Paris (France) in December 2016. By 2018, 7 Financial Centres have joined to establish the WAIFC with […]

IFF Paris Europlace le 12 juillet 2018 à Paris au pavillon d'Armenonville

WAIFC – New global strategic alliance to facilitate cooperation and economic growth

Financial Services Leaders Announce Establishment Process of World Alliance of International Financial Centers Financial services leaders from around the globe assembled in Paris on July 12, 2018, to announce their strategic alliance under the newly formed World Alliance of International Financial Centers (WAIFC) – a global organization created to facilitate cooperation and exchange of best […]

Said Ibrahimi, CEO of Casablanca Finance City and Hubertus Väth, Managing Director of Frankfurt Main Finance signed the Memorandum of Understanding at the Conference of Montreal.

Casablanca Finance City Authority and Frankfurt Main Finance e.V. commit to long-term cooperation

In a Memorandum of Understanding, Frankfurt Main Finance e.V. (FMF) and the Moroccan Casablanca Finance City Authority (CFC) agreed on a long-term cooperation. Hubertus Väth, Managing Director of Frankfurt Main Finance, and Said Ibrahimi, CEO of the Casablanca Finance City Authority, signed the memorandum on 11 June 2018, at the Conference of Montreal. The agreement […]