|BCC TAX & LEGAL NEWSLETTER 2022 #1
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Luxembourg – January 20, 2022 – IQ-EQ, a leading global investor services provider, announced today the launch of its new Hybrid Funds Desk. The new desk will provide the burgeoning hybrid funds market with a dedicated, globally integrated team with expertise across open-ended and closed-ended fund structures.
The British Chambers of Commerce has set out its manifesto to recruit legions of new UK exporters as its research continues to show poor overseas trade growth
MindForest and the Luxembourg School of Business have partnered to develop a set of recommendations to help Luxembourg companies understand the need to detect, capture and reconfigure weak signals, both in their day-to-day operations and as a strategic decision-making tool.