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The Luxembourg Finance Labelling Agency (LuxFLAG) launches a new label for green bonds which will be granted, after a rigorous assessment, to eligible instruments that finance green projects. The independent and international labelling agency thereby extends its activities to wider financial instruments, relying on its strong expertise in certifying sustainable investment funds in the field of Microfinance, Environment, ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) and Climate Finance

To enhance credibility and advance sustainable growth in the green bond market, investors need to be assured that proceeds of green bonds are investing according to their strategy and green bond principles. In turn, issuers need to communicate the attributes of their bonds efficiently to the investor community. Transparency, accuracy and trust are critical requirements for investments in the dynamic green bond market. By setting strict eligibility criteria, LuxFLAG sets the bar appropriately to provide the market with the necessary accountability and confidence for green investments in the debt capital markets.

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5 things to know about cybersecurity in Luxembourg

02-12-2020

A strong national cybersecurity ecosystem is a key pillar for developing Luxembourg’s trusted and secure data-driven economy. A new study by SECURITYMADEIN.LU and Luxinnovation provides five key insights into the strengths and unique characteristics of Luxembourg’s cybersecurity ecosystem.
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The future of manufacturing: sustainable and digital

20-11-2020

New manufacturing technologies and processes are revolutionising companies’ business strategies and internal way of working and growing. This year we are organising the 3rd edition of the smart manufacturing event, which will be digital and address all manufacturing sectors.
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Luxembourg top-ranked financial centre in the EU

05-10-2020

The Luxembourg financial centre is ranked number 1 in the European Union, and number 12 in the world, in the new edition of "The Global Financial Centres Index 28".
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Luxembourg acquires petascale high performance computer

30-09-2020

On 29 September 2020, Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot announced the acquisition of Luxembourg's high performance computer (HPC). Named MeluXina, it will become part of the European HPC network.
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A governance solution for finance and space

16-09-2020

Irish start-up Modus3 has chosen Luxembourg as its basis for developing and commercialising its enterprise governance platform. Working with an innovative combination of fintech, regtech and space technology, the company is impressed with the hands-on support provided to young businesses coming to Luxembourg.
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