Thought leadership
Alexandra Dubini, a molecular biologist, discussed the Homeward Bound Project at a SHE@LuxSE event earlier this year. We have deep-dived into the climate change/leadership/algae/sustainable finance topic in a Q&A we held with Alexandra after her presentation.

17 July 2019

The World Bank remains committed to sustainability and is one of the largest sources of development finance, achieving yet another impressive result in the euro market with its first euro-denominated benchmark of 2019, launched in May 2019. The €1.5 billion 10-year Globa...

25 June 2019

“It’s not just climate change, it’s everything change.” These powerful words were on everyone’s lips during our biggest annual event, the Stock Exchange Day, on 23 May 2019. About 600 invitees were present for the 37th edition of our annual event to attend a series of in...

20 June 2019

Thought leadership
Growing mortgage lending, last week's agreement for a new EU Framework and the trend to ‘green up’ finance all support a growth trend.

24 April 2019

Have you ever asked yourself: What can we do to help raise the voice of women in science in their fight against climate change? We might have some answers.

4 April 2019

The Boao Forum for Asia, known as the Asian Davos, was were new initiatives saw the light of day.  

28 March 2019

In 2015, the United Nations SSE Initiative, along with its partners, launched the annual “Ring the Bell for Gender Equality” event to mark the International Women’s Day. Julie Becker explains why the Luxembourg Stock Exchange got involved.

20 March 2019

Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI) has recognised the Exchange’s efforts in promoting sustainable finance. The Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE), with its sustainability-focused Luxembourg Green Exchange (LGX), won in the Green Bond Listing Venue category.

12 March 2019

The newly-established Luxembourg Capital Markets Association (LuxCMA) represents the common interests of all stakeholders of the primary capital markets industry in Luxembourg.

6 March 2019

The Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), in force since 2016, extends the Market Abuse Directive’s (MAD) scope to include all issuers that have applied to have their securities admitted to trading not only on EU-regulated markets but also on EU MTFs.

6 March 2019