Voters in Switzerland approved on Sunday (May 19) an overhaul of the corporate tax code, ensuring the Alpine country remains an attractive low tax domicile for global companies while still being compliant with international rules.
In times of economic concerns, geopolitical tensions and trade disputes, the demand for safe-haven assets such as gold remains high.
London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) led a $20 million funding round in Nivaura, the startup behind world's first cryptocurrency bond, the two companies announced on Wednesday (Feb. 27).
Brexit has become a major driver behind the expansion of Luxembourg's financial services sector over the past year, a new report has found.
Today 73 Dutch pension funds which together represent €1,180bn in invested assets signed a covenant pledging to invest their money more responsibly.
A slowdown in investments remains a weak point in the German economic landscape, the Bundesverband deutscher Banken (BdB) said on Thursday.
All things considered, 2017 was a good year for Swiss private banks although the main contribution to the improved situation was the positive development of the financial markets, says KPMG.
Bank of Singapore (BOS) has been granted an investment company licence to operate a wealth management subsidiary in Luxembourg – a first for a Singapore private bank.
The value of business services imported by the Netherlands in the first quarter of 2018
The first Silk Road train exclusively destined for Antwerp arrived at Belgium's largest port on Saturday.