Second homes in the sun – a perfect solution for gifting assets
Your children and grandchildren are very attached to the family holiday home in the South of France or the apartment in Marbella. So what steps should you take to ensure that they can continue to enjoy it without it costing them anything in inheritance tax? Bernard Goffaux, Head of Tax at Banque de Luxembourg, ...
Join us in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the EME Foundation on 8 and 9 February 2019
Banque de Luxembourg has been a partner and founder member of the EME Foundation (Ecouter pour Mieux s’Entendre – Listen, so as to understand each other better) from the outset. The Foundation will be celebrating its 10th birthday on 8 and 9 February. Join us for a charity concert and Family Day.
Increasing signs of a synchronised global slowdown
At the end of 2018, global economic growth continued to slow. In the United States, the orders of capital goods ceased increasing in the fourth quarter. This is pointed out by Guy Wagner, and his team, in their monthly analysis, ‘Highlights’.
Volatility returns to equity markets
Market volatility has increased in recent weeks but is unlikely to affect our view of the financial markets and economic environment. In fact, the current climate forces us to maintain a cautious positioning in managed portfolios, resulting in an underweight position on equities.
Banque de Luxembourg sponsors the fourth edition of the Mind & Market Forum
Steeve Gresse, Head of Digital & Mobile Banking at Banque de Luxembourg, talks about the fourth edition of the Mind & Market Forum, which was held on 3 December at the Maison du Savoir in Esch Belval, Luxembourg.
Discretionary portfolio management: tackling preconceived ideas
While a growing number of clients have entrusted us with the management of their portfolios, others still believe that discretionary management is opaque, complex, not efficient enough, or too expensive.
Friendship Belgium launched
Banque de Luxembourg has supported the Friendship organisation for many years. Founded in Bangladesh in 2002, the NGO works in six sectors: healthcare, education, climate change adaptation, sustainable economic development, cultural preservation and promotion of basic human rights.
Schéi Feierdeeg - Season’s Greetings
As the year draws to a close, please accept our warmest wishes for the festive season from everyone at Banque de Luxembourg.