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Mensuel de mai 2024 - Banque privée / Economie

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Thriving beyond borders: The evolving dynamics of Luxembourg funds
By Justin GRIFFITHS, Guillaume SCAFFE, Partners (portraits) and Doriane HARDY, Manager, Deloitte   As the landscape of the global fund industry continues to evolve, Luxembourg remains strongly positioned to play a pivotal role in guiding its future. On 16 May 2024, Deloitte and Elvinger Hoss Prussen, in collaboration with Financial Times Live, hosted the 12th Annual Cross-Border Distribution Conference in Luxembourg. Against the backdrop of notable uncertainty, experts explored how broadening access to private markets, changes in regulations, and the role of technology are shaping the industry’s future in Luxembourg—and beyond.   Expanding to retail investors   In its statement on the future of the Capital...
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