Das wichtige Netzwerk von Institutionen, Vereinigungen und Promotoren 

Der Finanzplatz Luxemburg profitiert von einem engen Netzwerk von Förderern, Vereinigungen und Institutionen.


The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry is the official representative body for the Luxembourg investment fund industry and was set up in November 1988 to promote its development.


Luxembourg for Finance (LFF) is the Agency for the Development of the Financial Centre. It is a public-private partnership between the Luxembourg Government and the Luxembourg Financial Industry Federation (PROFIL), under the Presidency of the Minister of Finance.


The LUXEMBOURG FINANCE LABELLING AGENCY (LuxFLAG) is an independent, non profit making association. The agency aims to promote the raising of capital for the Responsible Investment sector by awarding a recognisable label to eligible investment vehicles



EFAMA is the representative association for the European investment management industry. EFAMA represents through its 28 member associations and 62 corporate members close to EUR 23 trillion in assets under management of which EUR 14.1 trillion managed by 58,400 investment funds at end 2016. 


As a professional chamber and public institution encompassing all sectors of business other than agriculture and crafts, the Chamber of Commerce sees its rationale and role as guardian of the interests of its member companies.


In 2015, the merger of the respective continuing professional development bodies of the Chamber of Commerce and the Association of Banks and Bankers Luxembourg (ABBL) - the LSC and the IFBL -, the House of Training now trains thousands of participants in a very wide variety of fields. In its first year of existence, it has provided more than 39,000 man-days of training, in other words, trained more than 160 people every working day of the year.






Luxembourg Bankers' Association (ABBL) is the oldest and largest professional association in the financial sector, representing the majority of financial institutions as well as regulated financial intermediaries and other professionals working in or for the financial sector established in Luxembourg, including lawyers, consultants and auditors working in or for the financial sector.




Established in 1956, the Luxembourg Insurance and Reinsurance Association (ACA) is the professional organization representing the insurance and reinsurance companies of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. ACA's main mission is the protection and development of the professional interests of its members and the promotion of insurance and reinsurance activities both on the national and international scale.


Die Deutsch-Luxemburgische Wirtschaftsinitiative (DLWI) besteht seit Oktober 2010. Ihr wichtigstes Ziel ist die Förderung der wirtschaftlichen Beziehungen zwischen Deutschen und Luxemburgern am Standort Luxemburg.