Since 2021 Shanghai and Frankfurt, the main financial centres of both countries, agreed to strengthen communication and exchange through forums and dialogues and work together on key issues of mutual interest.
Since 2019 the cooperation between Dubai and Frankfurt am Main, represented by Frankfurt Main Finance, exists to develop an intercity relationship and advance their status as financial centres. Both parties strive to share ideas and information, skills and support.
In 2019, the Asian Financial Cooperation Association (AFCA) and Frankfurt Main Finance agreed to establish a long-term friendly exchange and cooperation mechanism.
Not only the City of Frankfurt formed a partnership with the Chinese metropolis Guangzhou but also the both financial centre initiatives signed an agreement on future cooperation in 2019.
Since 2018 the Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation (MOU) between Casablanca Finance City (CFC) and Frankfurt Main Finance enriches both financial centres through the advantages of their close and continuing collaboration.
Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan, formerly known as Astana, hosts the Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) which is a new financial hub for Central Asia and its neighbouring regions.
In 2017, the Korean Society of Blockchain, located in Seoul, and Frankfurt Main Finance have established a cooperation and agreed to work together on key issues of mutual interest.
With the City of Busan, the second-largest city in South Korea, Frankfurt Main Finance formed a strong cooperation in 2013, from which both financial centres benefit.
Lately, Germany and Rwanda have signed a Climate and Development Partnership. How will this partnership benefit Kigali International Finance Center and Frankfurt Main Finance?
The Capital Market Authority (CMA) of Oman and Frankfurt Main Finance have established a cooperation for a strengthened collaboration and exchange in terms of deepening the relations between the two financial hubs.