Investing in Luxembourg

New York Times  Nov 23  Comment 
Such national rebranding efforts rarely work, but the small European nation is spending heavily to divert attention from allegations of financial chicanery.
Mondo Visione  Nov 5  Comment 
Duco, a London-based fintech provider of hosted reconciliation services, today announced the establishment of its European regional headquarters in Luxembourg as the next step in its global expansion plans. The move follows the opening of Duco’s...  Nov 4  Comment 
Clariant to acquire Kilfrost's aircraft de-icing business in Europe * Transaction is subject to merger control Muttenz, November 20, 2015 - Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, signed an agreement with Kilfrost to...
Clusterstock  Nov 4  Comment 
Germany, Luxembourg, and Spain are egregious offenders in “supporting an unjust global tax system,” according to a new report from the European Network on Debt and Development (Eurodad), a network of NGOs. The report authors write...  Oct 31  Comment 
Private equity firms accused of siphoning £720m out of Greek wireless operator Two mainstays of the private equity industry, Apax and TPG, found themselves in a European court last week in a legal dispute that thrust the workings of buyout groups...  Oct 29  Comment 
Further improved business performance in Q3 * Third quarter 2015 sales rose by 2 % in local currencies to CHF 1.410 billion * EBITDA margin before exceptional items improved to 14.7 % from 14.0 % * Operating cash flow increased...
Mondo Visione  Oct 27  Comment 
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) listed and admitted to trading on 27 October 2015 a green bond issued by Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), the German government-owned development bank. With an issue amount of EUR 1.5 billion, this...  Oct 22  Comment 
LUXEMBOURG (dpa-AFX) - Luxembourg's unemployment rate decreased in September to the lowest level in thirty months, after remaining stable in the previous five months, figures from the statistical office STATEC showed Thursday. The seasonally...
The Economist  Oct 22  Comment 
SELDOM do governments try to turn away extra tax. But that is just what Luxembourg and the Netherlands did this week, after the European Commission ruled that subsidiaries of multinationals in the two countries were paying €20m-30m ($23m-34m)...
New York Times  Oct 21  Comment 
The European Union said that the countries had given the companies unfair state aid by letting them shift profits and pay lower tax rates.


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