Supplements»Luxembourg Report 2020

Mark_LathamAs this report was going to press, the EU and UK were setting out their negotiating aims for a future trade deal, slated to kick in once the current transitional phase comes to an end in December – unless, of course, it is extended.

MeadowThe growth of alternative assets in Luxembourg has created a myriad of opportunities for asset servicers, Nicholas Pratt discovers.

Our expert panel discusses the growth of private equity in Luxembourg, the impact of technology on the funds industry and the EU’s Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive.

Corinne_LameschAlfi’s recently-appointed chairperson, Corinne Lamesch, tells Mark Latham how the move to sustainable investing, new business opportunities and Brexit are shaping the Luxembourg fund industry.

Alice_in_WonderlandLuxembourg’s alternatives business is flourishing. But for reasons beyond the Grand Duchy’s control, European investors may not be benefiting from the broader global growth in these assets, says Nick Fitzpatrick.

Real_estateAn article for professional investors by Kavitha Ramachandran, Maitland’s Head of Business Development & Client Management – EU.

Nicolas_MackelLuxembourg for Finance (LFF), the public-private agency responsible for promoting Luxembourg as a financial centre, has released its five-year vision for the Grand Duchy’s financial development. Bob Currie talks to chief executive Nicolas Mackel about its content and objectives.

Luxembourg’s asset servicing specialists review the impact of digital transformation, the growth in private markets investment and the application of data science and AI.

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