Luxembourg for Finance – “Focus on” event series

LFF 2022

This year, we are proud to continue partnering with Luxembourg for Finance, sponsoring a number of their “Focus on” events, an initiative consisting of webinars covering specific topics and current trends.


  • 14 December – Focus on 2023

After a year marked by war, energy shock and inflation, how will our economies fare in 2023? What are the perspectives of geopolitical tensions in Europe and in Asia abating or worsening? What does this turmoil mean for the financial services industry? In our first panel, experts and practitioners will discuss these and other macro-economic and geopolitical issues.

Our second panel will delve into innovation and sustainability, tackling questions such as where are we in the transition towards a net zero economy and what more can the financial services industry do to help achieve this goal? What is needed to get there? What tangible applications of technology are shaping the world of finance? Two pioneers and global leaders in these areas will share their insights.

More information here.




  • 23 February – Focus on the UK

This webinar focused on the already strong links in the financial services sector between the UK and Europe that exist to ensure that, even as each moves in its own direction, the relationship remains intact. This "Building Bridges with the UK" event looked at the future relationship in financial services, looking at growth opportunities, the future landscape, etc.

The featured discussions addressed the various reforms planned for the UK financial services sector as well as the opportunities that exist for asset managers in the European and UK markets and how best to exploit them.



  • 15 June – Building bridges with the USA

At a time of great macroeconomic uncertainty, it is critical that we continue to strengthen political and financial ties across the Atlantic. This upcoming Building Bridges with the United States livestream aims to focus on the latter, exploring the close partnership between the USA and Luxembourg and the latest trends in finance in Europe.