IASB’s Primary Financial Statements project – why we’re watching now

In December 2021, Luxembourgish regulator CSSF issued its enforcement priorities for 2021 annual reports. As expected, CSSF’s enforcement priorities align with the European Common Enforcement Priorities for 2021 financial reports issued in October 2021 by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). However, we want to shine a light on additional pri […]
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Welcome to Asset Management in 2022 and beyond

This blog has been written in collaboration with David Capocci.   For decades now, global assets under management have seen incredible growth. From 38 Trillion USD in 2008 to 100 Trillion in 2020 (Statista) projections are increasing at the same pace as the global population and may even reach 145 Trillion USD by 2025 (CNBC). Closer to home, AUM of […]
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Luxembourg’s long-form reform – how ready are you?

Origin of the reform At almost 20 years old, the current long form is no longer adapted to today’s fund landscape. Why? Some fund types were not in the scope of the requirement, so investment fund managers did not need to prepare a long form–even though they play an important role in the fund ecosystem. In addition, the long-form data was not in a format th […]

Building strong foundations for experience management (XM)

How to link XM to customer experience and employee experience Great experiences rarely happen by chance. It takes a strong vision and strategy coupled with a solid experience management (XM) program to ensure you save (and gain) both time and money. The good news is that you might already have more assets within your organization than you think to make it happe […]

Can capital markets save the planet?

Tackling Climate Change 31 October 2021 marked the launch of the COP26, as well as closing the third warmest October in recorded history (according to the EU’s Earth observation program Copernicus) with temperatures 0.42 °C higher than the average between 1991 and 2020. These temperature changes demonstrate the urgency of going beyond governments’ decis […]
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