The recent rally on the equity markets is based yet again on fragile foundations

The recent rally on the equity markets is based yet again on fragile foundations

As it is becoming increasingly clear that the central banks’ expansive monetary policy is not leading to a sustainable recovery in economic activity, the recent rally on the equity markets is based yet again on fragile foundations. This is the view of Guy Wagner, Chief Investment Officer at Banque ...

Positive Leadership: the most important academic tool

Positive Leadership: the most important academic tool

"La Pépinière", in partnership with Banque de Luxembourg, is organising a conference on "positive leadership" on Tuesday 19 April 2016 at 6.30pm, with a keynote speech from the innovative American educator, Evren Gunduz. "La Pépinière", a not-for-profit ...

Controlling risk enhances performance

Controlling risk enhances performance

Joël Reuland, Manager of the BL-Global investment funds. You manage the family of profiled BL Sicav funds, which includes BL-Global 50, the neutral profile within the range. What type of assets does the fund invest in? Between 35% and 65% is invested in equities, the balance being ...

Banque de Luxembourg: key figures for 2015

Banque de Luxembourg: key figures for 2015

Banque de Luxembourg presents its financial results for the year ended 31 December 2015. Read about Banque de Luxembourg's key figures in this online short-form version of its Overview for 2015. Solvency ratio confirms the Bank's solidity  At 31 December 2015, the ...

How should we be investing now - what direction are the financial markets taking?

How should we be investing now - what direction are the financial markets taking?

In this first video in the "How should we be investing now?" series, Guy Wagner, Chief Investment Officer at Banque de Luxembourg, considers the current economic and financial situation, weakened as it is by excessive debt which is acting as a structural brake on global growth. ...

Persistently low interest rates

Persistently low interest rates

The measures adopted by the European Central Bank are a fresh indication that the authorities intend to keep interest rates low for the foreseeable future. The quest for recurrent returns is now a massive challenge for investors, says Damien Petit, Head of Portfolio Management at Banque de Luxembourg, ...

How should we be investing now? A video series on the financial markets

How should we be investing now? A video series on the financial markets

The asset management sector is rife with clichés and unreliable theories that have gained widespread credence: the markets are perfectly efficient, equities always go up over the long term, bonds are safe investments, emerging markets are risky are just some examples... The ...

Bank closed on Friday 25 March and Monday 27 March

Bank closed on Friday 25 March and Monday 27 March

The Bank will be closed over the Easter weekend from Friday 25 March (Good Friday) to Monday 28 March (Easter Monday) inclusive. For a list of bank holidays: In Luxembourg In Belgium   Our branches will be open during normal working hours on ...

The 11th Race for Life: a collective effort for cancer

The 11th Race for Life: a collective effort for cancer

The Cancer Foundation's annual Race for Life saw 375 teams of runners and hundreds of volunteers make up a total of 10,500 participants giving fresh impetus to support for cancer patients. This massive event was held over the weekend of 19 and 20 March at the Coque, Luxembourg's National Sports ...

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