Luxembourg—cross border banking and finance guide
Loan market and developments
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg (Luxembourg) has a well established reputation as a financial and business centre. Luxembourg’s geographic position, political stability, competent and well trained workforce together with a solid legal and tax framework have contributed to this reputation as a financial and business centre and as being a hub for international trade and financing. The loan markets, be it those provided by banks or private loan financing, play a major role in Luxembourg and in the considerable volume of debt financing structured through Luxembourg.
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