Luxembourg is renowned worldwide for its fund administration industry currently hosting at least 15 of the 20 largest global funds (including Carlyle, Blackstone, KKR, Apollo ...), which have structures and / or funds domiciled in the country. The Brexit has created a major challenge for Luxembourg, as the country will have an opportunity to attract a maximum of the British market players as a consequence to the decision taken on 29 March 2017.Read More
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[Article previously published in AGEFI Luxembourg - November 2017]
Buzzwords like digitalization, blockchain, robo-advisory, dematerialization etc, are catalyzing – over the recent years – ink, tons of bites and of course the attention of media and specialized press.
Many interesting articles and posts are indeed available on the Internet to better understand the nature of these hot topics and the likely impact they have, and more importantly will have, on the financial sector. All this is good and valuable.
Numerous are also the viewpoints shared and spread by C-level professionals, seeking to stand out from the crowd and to position their companies ahead compared to competitors. Fair enough, all this is part of the business game and does not surprise.
What caught our attention is actually something very specific – therefore, by definition, more subjective and debatable: what are the professional profiles mostly sought.
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