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.
Luxemburg geht als Financial Engineering Center für das Internationale Wealth Management der Commerzbank Gruppe gestärkt in das neue Geschäftsjahr.
The European Banking Authority publishes on 6 March 2014 its fifth report of the Basel III monitoring exercise on the European banking system. This exercise, run in parallel with the one conducted by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision at a global level, allowed to gather aggregate results on capital, Risk Weighted Assets, liquidity and leverage ratios for banks in the European Union.
La décision de la plénière se base sur un rapport du GAFI qui conclut que depuis l’adoption de son rapport d’évaluation mutuelle, le Luxembourg a adressé un nombre significatif des points y soulevés, de sorte que son niveau de conformité avec les principales recommandations du GAFI est dorénavant équivalent à une notation au moins égale à largement conforme (LC).
On 4 March 2014, the ABBL, in collaboration with the CSSF, organized a conference on the new Framework Regulation of the Single Supervisory Mechanism published for consultation by the ECB.
On 27 February 2014, the Luxembourg and United States negotiating teams have agreed on the substance of the future Model 1 Agreement between the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Government of the United States of America to Improve International Tax Compliance and with respect to the United States information reporting provisions commonly known as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA).
Banque Internationale à Luxembourg S.A. (BIL), the oldest privately owned bank in Luxembourg, announced on 4 March 2014 its financial results for the year ending December 31, 2013. Despite a difficult macroeconomic environment, BIL has generated a solid performance for each of its retail, private and corporate & institutional banking activities, as well as its financial market activities.
- Central Securities Depositories: Council confirms agreement with EP
- EU-US Transatlantic cooperation to be discussed at Informal Council of Foreign Affairs/Trade
- IMD: Insurance better information, advice and protection for clients
- Antitrust: Visa Europe's commitments, to cut inter-bank fees to facilitate cross-border competition, are made legally binding
- Agreement on Commission proposal for strengthened European rules on UCITS
- Conclusion of G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting
- EBA - Publication of consumer trends report
- Speech Mario Draghi, Symposium on Financial Stability and the Role of Central Banks
- BIS – Stefan Ingves, Chairman, Speech: "Banking on leverage".
- ECB – New Report Published on card fraud
- FSB's Chairman letter to the G20 Finance Ministers
La place financière du Luxembourg compte parmi les plus compétitives et innovantes au monde . Son expertise et la sophistication de ses services ne font nul doute. Au-delà des défis qui attendent le secteur bancaire, comme les dernières normes de transparence et d'échange d’informations, ce sont bien les opportunités de développement et de diversification qui étaient au cœur de cette 13ème édition du « Banking Day » de PwC Luxembourg. Organisé ce mardi 25 février à la Chambre de Commerce, l’évènement a rassemblé plus de 250 représentants d’institutions financières, ainsi que des personnalités politiques et diplomatiques.
The report, compiled by the Eurosystem (the ECB and the 18 national central banks of the euro area), looks at fraud using different kinds of cards (debit and credit) and according to type of usage.
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