Luxembourg

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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Whistleblower protection: from EU Directive to Luxembourg law

Here in Luxembourg, the transposition of EU Directive 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (whistleblowers) is still in progress. EU member states have until 17 December 2021 to implement this directive into their national legislations. Until today, Luxembourg law has provided limited protection to whistleblowers (unless the […]
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Navigating the age of uncertainty – a Luxembourg perspective

The evolution of the Luxembourg economy over the past 25 years has been impressive. Luxembourg has refused to rest on its laurels and has grown from strength to strength on the European and world stage. However, as one of the most interconnected economies in the world today, it is hypersensitive to certain global changes and megatrends, which the current crisis […]
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What is customer experience? And why is it so important (especially now)?

Do you remember the last time you had a great experience as a customer and how that made you feel? Chances are, this positive experience affected your perception of the brand as a whole and made you want to return. But what exactly does the term “customer experience” (CX) mean? In a nutshell, for your company, CX is your customers’ impression of your bra […]
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Taxation of dividends in India: the impact on Luxembourg investment funds

This article has been written together with Kadambari Chari. As market trends consistently show, investments in emerging markets are increasing in importance for the asset management industry, making it even more critical to keep up with the local changes and practices of those countries. At the same time, it incentivizes these markets to align their domestic p […]

The results are in! Here’s how the CSSF enforced 2018 financial information

As the regulator of Luxembourg’s financial sector, the CSSF performs annual enforcement campaigns to check whether the financial information provided by the issuers of securities complies with relevant reporting framework, e.g. IFRS. The 2019 campaign examining financial information from 2018 was carried out as both unlimited scope examinations (evaluation of […]
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