How do I safely bank online? How do I switch bank accounts? What should I do if I lose my credit card? Are my bank deposits guaranteed? How do I trace assets after a relative's death? We provide answers to these and other questions on banking and finance in Luxembourg.
Like our membership, the work of the Luxembourg Bankers’ Association is highly diversified. Our expertise in the service of our members spans across various fields.
Membership will give you access to the intelligence, resources and services you need in order to operate in a dynamic financial market and an increasingly complex regulatory environment. You will have a long-established and influential association working in your interests and representing you at the highest levels both in Luxembourg as well as in Europe.
Description des risques opérationnels auxquels pourraient être confrontées les entreprises qui n'auraient pas migré à temps à SEPA.
Over the last 20 years Luxembourg has become hugely important for many multinational groups, which use Luxembourg to manage their internal financing and holding operations, as do most of the large private equity and real estate investment funds. Also, some of these groups and funds already have very significant corporate headquarters functions here to manage these functions. Many others now operate increasingly active offices, because the level of support needed to run financing and shareholding operations and investment/disinvestment functions have grown as these become more complex.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) published on 2 December 2013 its XBRL taxonomy to be used for remittance of data under the Implementing Technical Standards (ITS) on supervisory reporting.
Dans le cadre de ses actions de mécénat humanitaire, la Banque et Caisse d’Epargne de l’Etat, Luxembourg (BCEE) s’engage à soutenir les 27 organismes d’utilité publique qui sont partenaires du réseau de paiement mobile Digicash.
Interview with Luc Frieden, Minister of Finance, on the Global Forum rating.
Today Luxembourg, alongside 36 of its partners, has signed a declaration strongly supporting the development in the OECD of a single global standard for automatic exchange of information between tax authorities. This declaration is fully in line with recent decisions taken by the Luxembourg Government such as the decision of 10 April 2013 to introduce, on 1 January 2015 and within the scope of the 2003 EU Savings Directive the automatic exchange of information and the signing by Luxembourg on 29 May 2013 of the OECD Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters.
On 15 November 2013 the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) decided to launch a public consultation on the “Recommendations for the security of mobile payments”, in the context of the work undertaken by the European Forum on the Security of Retail Payments.
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