The bank HSBC has inaugurated its new premises in the capital’s Cloche d’Or district. Attendees at the event included Luxembourg finance minister Yuriko Backes, UK ambassador Fleur Thomas, and several figures from Luxembourg’s financial sector.

HSBC has relocated to the Spaces building in the Cloche d’Or. The inauguration of its new office space took place on Tuesday 22 November, in the presence of guests including the finance minister (DP) and the UK ambassador, . Among the guests from the financial world were Chris Davies, deputy CEO of HSBC Continental Europe, , CEO of the Luxembourg Bankers’ Association (ABBL), , Luxembourg Financial Sector Supervisory Commission (CSSF) and , CEO of Luxembourg for Finance.

The choice to occupy the space, managed by International Workplace Group, was motivated “by the desire to occupy a building that is more environmentally friendly and socially sustainable”, said , CEO of HSBC Luxembourg. That is why HSBC has signed a “green lease” with IWG, a commitment that also offers flexibility in the amount of space occupied.

HSBC currently occupies more than 2,000m2, or 75%, of the new building, which was designed by Fabeck Architects and meets Breeam excellent certification. The workspaces are designed to encourage collaborative work. There are also relaxation areas and common areas to encourage links between employees.

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