It has an area of 4,443km², making it the largest Belgian province. At around a quarter of a million residents, it is also the province with the smallest population, making it the most sparsely populated province in an otherwise very densely populated country.
The Arelerland or Arlon region (in red on the following map of the province) alongside the border with the neighbouring Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg has the particularity that many residents speak Luxembourgish instead of the Walloon (French) dialect(s) spoken elsewhere in the province.
“The mistake that many people in London made was thinking about jobs moves as Dunkirk in reverse, where French fishermen would be picking up British bankers and taking them back to France,” said Nicolas Mackel, chief executive of Luxembourg for Finance, a public-private partnership to develop Luxembourg’s financial services centre.
Bank Hapoalim held a festive event last week to highlight the work it does in Switzerland... The move also includes the launch of a new website, www.bhibank.ch, which includes up to date and detailed information ... Bank Hapoalim Switzerland has branches in Zurich and Luxembourg, which also employ Hebrew-speaking bankers ... . . .
LUXEMBOURG. More than 60 financial firms have moved some operations to Luxembourg to insulate themselves from the effects of Brexit, a industry group said Wednesday ...Landlocked low-tax Luxembourg, a Grand Duchy in the heart of Europe, has a reputation for financial services — and discreet bankers.
The Nordic real estate market attracted more investor cash than ever before last year, and is getting even hotter, Bloomberg reports ...KBLEuropeanPrivate Bankers SA, a Luxembourg-based group backed by the Qatari royal family, said in October it was opening an office in Copenhagen, and Goldman Sachs said back then it too would open a branch ... .
EmailPrintLinkedInFacebookTwitterReddit ... “They have massive amounts of money, and the bigger the better,” he said in a phone interview ... KBLEuropeanPrivate Bankers SA, a Luxembourg-based group backed by the Qatari royal family, said in October it was opening an office in Copenhagen, and Goldman Sachs said back then it too would open a branch ... .
https.//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algiers_Accords ... By this accord the 52 American citizens were set free and able to leave Iran ... </snip> ... side ... W ... Banker Ernest Backes from Clearstream (Luxembourg) claimed he was in charge of the transfer of $7 million from Chase Manhattan Bank and Citibank, January 16, 1980, to pay for the liberation of the hostages.
Empreno informed the potential buyers of the ongoing legal proceedings issued by Empreno and V2 against VivaLuxembourg, its shareholders, including VTB Capital Plc, a UK subsidiary of the Russian state-controlled VTBBank, Mr ... Viva Luxembourg is linked to VTB and its bankers, including Milen and George Veltchevs, with VTB standing behind Mr.
👀 . FOCUS. Inter 🆚 Juventus. What more needs to be said? ⚫️🔵🔊#NotForEveryone #ForzaInter pic.twitter.com/uuGR3AP6Rs— Inter (@Inter_en) October 5, 2019 ... CONTE/SARRI AGE ... Banned for 10 months in 2012 for failing to report match-fixing, ban reduced on appeal to four months/Worked as a banker in London, Zurich and Luxembourg during his early career. PA. .
Germany, Austria and Luxembourg, which want stricter rules, do not have the numbers to veto the plans, the official said ...The market for green bonds is mostly denominated in euros, unlike most other assets which are priced in dollars, so expanding the green bond market could help make the euro a stronger global currency, bankers say.
MILAN — A private equity firm led by former bankers from top Italian investment house Mediobanca has agreed a backstop worth up to 1 billion euros ($1.1...Luxembourg-based Peninsula is led by Marsaglia along with two other veteran bankers Borja Prado and Javier de la Rica.
Boris Johnson’s knack of attracting hecklers crossed the Channel today as anti-Brexit protesters staged their noisy demo in Luxembourg. Johnson is of course now perfectly accustomed to attracting abuse (“Oi, Boris! You banker!”, or words to that effect).