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What is Banking as a service?

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It’s simpler than ever for companies from many sectors to incorporate financial services in their products or customer journeys thanks to the development of banking as a service (BaaS) implementations. This way, different platforms become a one-stop shop with these customized financial services, allowing users to handle every element of their business in one location. […]

Set up a company or a fund in Mauritius

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Many investors thinking about establishing a fund consider Mauritius as a starting point because of its flourishing financial sector full of opportunities. With flexible management choices and simple and well-known fund designs, it has become increasingly popular recently. The country is also acknowledged as a significant driver of development for blockchain ventures and other alternative […]

Governance for companies and investment vehicles in Luxembourg

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  Luxembourg has maintained its solid reputation as a top destination for numerous investment funds. Both legal and regulatory environments are continuously being enhanced to provide investment managers with the finest resources for structuring their investments and safeguarding investors’ interests. Protecting the fund’s investors is the primary goal of fund governance. The board must make […]

Solutions for banking connectivity

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Business executives are eager for faster financial transactions for their firms as customer desire for simplicity and quickness in payments has spilled over into everyone’s professional life. The prospects are infinite when companies are linked to their banks as easily as they are to their clients and suppliers. A modern company with connected banking may […]

Renewable energy asset class

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One of the biggest problems for institutional investors is allocating significant sums of money and managing rising liability obligations. Fighting climate change, its effects on the economy, and more widely with what it already entails in terms of adaptability for everyone and everything, is at the same time one of the largest challenges for the […]

Create an SPF (Private Wealth Management Company)

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International corporations can set up an investment firm to look after private people’s assets thanks to the Luxembourg SPF Law. SPFs, or private wealth management companies, are permitted to purchase, keep, manage, and sell any type of financial asset in Luxembourg, but they are not permitted to carry on business operations. A private wealth management […]

How to structure a fund?

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Private equity funds are considered to be private investment vehicles, meaning they are not available on public exchanges. They allow a limited pool of institutions and individuals to become their investors and receive ownership in fund companies. Although private equity funds are not accessible to public exchanges, they can purchase public assets and make them […]

Fiduciary services at the highest level

in News whitten by Roger Berk

The image and success of your financial company matter most from a long-time perspective. To maintain that image and make sure it keeps up to its good name, you need someone to be responsible precisely for that. What is a fiduciary? The fiduciary is a trusted person or company that accepts legal commitment for duty […]


  • What is Banking as a Service?
  • How does Banking as a Service differ from traditional banking?
  • What are the key benefits of Banking as a Service for financial institutions?
  • How does Banking as a Service impact the security and privacy of customer data?
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