Registration for the 16th edition of Relais pour la Vie opened this week.
Did you know that the EU legislation allows every EU national who moves in another EU country to obtain permanent resident status? But what are the conditions? How does it work in the Grand Duchy and what are the advantages?
Luxembourg is the leading investment fund centre in Europe. Investment funds in the Grand-Duchy cover all key categories, currencies, regions and sectors. They can be an opportunity to make your financial resources grow faster in a time when interest rates on saving accounts are very low. But how do they work?
Planning for the long-term future isn’t always a priority, but according to Brigitte Bernard, tax consultant and managing director of Fiduciaire Interrégionale, it should be.
For Robert Prendergast, 72, retirement was “like jumping off the edge of a cliff!” He had worked in IT for Clearstream the last 10 years of his career, until age 65, but admits “retirement always seems a long way away… one day you wake up and realise you don’t have to go to work.”
So, you’ve settled into Luxembourg, you have made friends and lead an active social life and your career is going well.
Relocation is not just a profession for Stéphane Compain. A French-British dual citizen born in London, the managing director of LuxRelo has lived in places like Djibouti, Thailand, Switzerland and France. For 19 years, he has called Luxembourg home.
Banque Carnegie Luxembourg
Where: 15 rue Bender , L-1229 Luxembourg
Phone: 40 40 30 1
Schwäbisch Hall home saving scheme
Run in partnership with BGL BNP Paribas
Phone: 42 42 2000
Where: 14 boulevard F. D. Roosevelt, L-2450 Luxembourg
Phone: 47 23 46 1
An de Wisen
Where: 75 rue Charles Jacquinot, L-3241 Bettembourg
Phone: 51 77 11 1
Email: contact.andewisen.lu @sodexo.com
A non-profit organisation that serves as a platform for senior citizens, listing residential homes, adult daycare centres and home assistance services.
Phone: 27 17 22 21