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 Published 19.11.2014

Poor customer service marks

Personal business: Luxembourg consumers gave low grades to telecom firms but rated financial service providers higher in a recent client satisfaction study. The Grand Duchy lags behind Germany in ... arrow

 Published 18.11.2014

Catching up with… Netty Thines

Interview: The managing director of communications agency Mediation is campaigning for more women entrepreneurs. arrow

 Published 17.11.2014

Leaky BEPS

Carte blanche: When it comes to multinational corporate tax, has the media become the message, asks Keith O’Donnell. The word on everyone’s lips this year in the tax world is BEPS (base erosion ... arrow

 Published 14.11.2014

If Ebola hit Luxembourg…

Risk management: An uncontrolled Ebola outbreak in the Grand Duchy could infect between 12-24% of the country’s population and wipe out 10-35% of financial sector revenues, KPMG has said. An ... arrow

 Published 13.11.2014

Glass fine cut by 30%

Competition: Europe’s top court has reduced an anti-trust penalty against Guardian Industries by €44 million. The EU’s top court has reduced an anti-trust fine against Guardian Industries by ... arrow

 Published 12.11.2014

One of those Luxembourg internet days

Innovation: An ICT infrastructure provider is (pardon the pun) putting on quite a networking event in November. The third week of November, the Grand Duchy opens its doors to the information and ... arrow

 Published 06.11.2014

Are we older and wiser?

Debate: An MP, two economists and a business leader asked if Europe has learned from the economic crisis during an Oxford style debate Wednesday evening. arrow

 Published 04.11.2014

First Chinese mutual fund

Finance: China’s largest bank has entered the European investment fund market. The move is part of a big push, both globally and in Luxembourg, into new markets. arrow

 Published 30.10.2014

“Where has the money gone?”

Finance: A Swiss asset manager has accused the Luxembourg investment firm co-owned by Thierry Leyne and Dominique Strauss-Kahn of making unauthorised trades worth up to €8 million. A Swiss asset ... arrow

 Published 27.10.2014

What could be of concern when it comes to the ...

Carte blanche: The “end of bank secrecy” in Luxembourg means “extra” not “equal” access to data by national tax authorities in the EU, says Georges Bock of consultancy KPMG. Luxembourg hit the ... arrow

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