Wait no more: the opening of alternative funds to retailisation is here

“Good things come to those who wait,” said the American lawyer and statesman Abraham Lincoln —who, we suspect—doesn’t need much of an introduction. For fund managers, it seems the time has come to open alternative funds to retailisation —and what an exciting opportunity it is. In this blog, we walk …

A look into the future social security implications for Luxembourg cross-border employees

We know —and understand—that you are probably tired of any mention of the COVID-19 crisis, but frankly, it’s unavoidable. Even as its presence fades from our daily lives, the lessons learned during the pandemic, particularly during the lockdown, have definitively led to a new way of thinking, a new business …

Sustainability transformation: how to do well, but also do good

Alice is the CEO of a well-established telecommunications company. Last year, the board of directors decided unanimously that it was time to join the wave of companies making strong statements about their commitment to achieve net zero by 2030. The truth is that making such statements can be daunting. While …

How green are your portfolios? What the Green Asset Ratio is trying to achieve

Banks are increasingly reporting on their future contribution towards sustainability. The most common public commitment is their ambition to redirect capital flows towards sustainable investments as part of the lending business. This is where the green asset ratio comes into place as it shows how green banks’ portfolios are. But …

(Re)designing Long-Term Incentive Plans to future-proof talent management

Employee benefits, pay and incentive design have been in place in companies for decades. But, at the same time, people’s preferences and needs have been changing a lot, particularly as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic and the recent calls for more flexibility. So it follows that  employers must adapt. …

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