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Your Bank on your mobile – complete freedom for your accounts
In a world where the increasing use of mobile devices is changing the way we bank, Banque de Luxembourg has designed a new BL Mobile Banking app to meet the needs of your lifestyle. Available in four languages, the new app simplifies your daily account management and communication with your adviser. It has never ...
Investing in property: a fixed or variable interest rate?
When you define your financing plan, you will have to decide between a fixed or variable interest rate. Etienne Planchard, Member of the Management Committee and Head of Loans and Credit, describes the respective benefits and disadvantages of each option.
Banque de Luxembourg: a partner of Amis des Musées
As Amis des Musées Luxembourg celebrates its 40th anniversary, Banque de Luxembourg is strengthening its partnership with the cultural non-for-profit association, whose mission is to help promote Luxembourg's art and history museums in the Grand Duchy as well as abroad. In addition to offering the association ...
Philanthropy: a powerful resource for families
Of course, the main aim of philanthropy - giving part of one’s wealth to a public-interest cause - is to help others. But philanthropy can also be a powerful educational tool and a wonderful way of promoting cohesion across generations.
Commitment of Banque de Luxembourg employees towards refugees featured in "Le Jeudi"
The summer supplement of Luxembourg weekly newspaper “Le Jeudi” dedicated a section to citizens’ initiatives to help refugees in Luxembourg. The series, entitled “Action for Refugees”, reported on the initiatives taken by Banque de Luxembourg employees to help improve the living ...
Philanthropy: the right questions to ask yourself
Most aspiring philanthropists approach their project from a structural point of view, or by investigating its tax implications. Banque de Luxembourg takes a different approach: For us, philanthropy depends above all on the intentions, goals and the means that will be contributed to fulfil personal or family wishes.
Buy-to-let property investment in Luxembourg: what are the effects of the owner's death?
Before embarking on a buy-to-let investment, it is advisable to familiarise yourself with the inheritance implications. What happens if the owner dies? How is the estate shared out if there are one or more heirs? Claude Medernach, Legal Adviser, Family Office Services, takes another look at the rules of sharing ...
Women in finance: key figures in eight points
A series of figures relating to the issue of gender in finance were highlighted by Billyana Kuncheva, Director, M&G Investments, Finland, during the conference "Gender perspective in the financial industry".