The October 2022 issue of SFF Magazine is already out

The sixth issue of the SFF Magazine is now available. This publication is produced by the Chamber in the framework of its Committee “Spanish Financial Forum”, focused on the financial sector.

The October 2022 edition of the SFF Magazine contains:

  • Editorial by Yuriko Backes, Minister of Finance of Luxembourg.
  • Interview with Sherry Madera, Senior Vice President Public Policy & Government Affairs at Mastercard.
  • Quarterly dossier focused on Alternative Investments.

The dossier includes several articles addressing the following alternative investment solutions:

  • Natural Capital: an opportunity for alternative asset managers and some related tax considerations”, by Deloitte Tax & Consulting.
  • Art as alternative investment”, by Artiaplace.
  • Vacant inheritances: an alternative investment in times of crisis”, by Alaluz Capital SGIIC, SA.
  • Elevated inflation and rising interest rates: what’s the solution”, by GAM investments.
  • Presentation of the structure and team of Caixabank Asset Management Luxembourg.

Articles:

  • How LaLiga’s Economic Control and Squad Cost Limit work”, by LaLiga.
  • The challenges of sustainability in the financial landscape”, by Banque de Luxembourg.
  • Opinion section dedicated to LatAm markets and the opportunities and challenges they pose for fund managers. With collaborations from Octogone Europe, CMS Luxembourg and the Colombian Chamber of Commerce in Belgium and Luxembourg.
  • Section with current information on activities and events organised by the Chamber related to the financial sector.

View HERE the third edition of the SFF Magazine.

You can subscribe HERE to the SFF Magazine.

The SFF Magazine is a sectoral publication targeted towards all those professionals working in the financial services industry who wish to be informed of legislative news, trends and business development opportunities between Spain and Luxembourg within this sector.

This publication is quarterly published both in Spanish and English, and it is distributed for free in digital format. The contents are provided by members of the SFF and financial stakeholders in both countries.