Ungated Post | 09 Jun 2017

The contribution of Luxembourg’s financial centre to the European economy

The contribution of Luxembourg’s financial centre to the European economy

Luxembourg is home to one of the most significant cross-border financial centres in the world. It occupies an almost unique position in the extent to which it serves international customers across a host of services. This report explores the substantial and tangible difference that the centre makes to the real economy of the EU, whether in helping governments to finance public infrastructure, making it easier for businesses to grow or in providing life insurance and banking services to households and individuals. It identifies the benefits Luxembourg’s financial centre brings across its four core specialisms―investment funds, capital markets, insurance and banking, illustrating each using up-to-date data analysis and real-world case studies that highlight the difference that Luxembourg’s financial centre makes to the real economy all across Europe.

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