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«Il y a du bon dans les process»

February 8th, 2019 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “«Il y a du bon dans les process»”

“It is necessary to rethink the ways of recognizing the talent of an employee and above all, to do it other than by management. This will avoid indefinite layers of managers that make decision-making more complex…

…Everything is a matter of process. This extreme procedureization I explain by an ideology of fear. Today we are afraid of everything, we do not want to be responsible, we want to protect ourselves. The risk is very often seen as a threat, very rarely as an opportunity.
The processes paralyze the actions.”

Data complaints doubled after GDPR

January 30th, 2019 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “Data complaints doubled after GDPR”

A spokesman for the National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD), the body that enforces GDPR rules in Luxembourg, told Delano on 29 January that: “The CNPD has received 351 complaints since 25 May.” Just over half of complaints (193) were lodged after 28 September, meaning the number of grievances slowed slightly at the end of last year.

Obsessed with being busy?

January 7th, 2019 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “Obsessed with being busy?”

“If you do take time to reflect on your busy life, bear in mind that the solution may not necessarily be about how you manage your time, but rather how you manage your relationships with others.”

ALFI Conference 25-26 September 2018

September 28th, 2018 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “ALFI Conference 25-26 September 2018”

Initially designed to help European households save, three decades later, Ucits is now also a favorite fund vehicle for global institutions. What ingredients of this success can contribute to future success?

ALFI wants subscription tax review

September 18th, 2018 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “ALFI wants subscription tax review”

Luxembourg’s fund chiefs are calling on the next government to reorganise the subscription tax on funds to help lower their operating costs.

Down memory lane…

September 14th, 2018 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “Down memory lane…”

10 years ago when Prisma was only a young start-up we lost one of our first clients: Lehman Brothers. This was really bad news, but says Carole Miltgen CEO: “the worst souvenir I have of this period is that they said on the radio that the Luxembourg banks will go down. And all I could think about is “but Prisma’s money is on their account, how will I be able to pay my employees, my providers?” – it was a period where I did not get much sleep as I worried day and night”.

Ten years after Lehmans

September 5th, 2018 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “Ten years after Lehmans”

Ten years after Lehmans, it’s as if we’ve learned nothing from the crash…/ten-years-after-lehmans-its-if-we…/189848

The Lehman Brothers company sign for auction after bankruptcy at Christie's in London, October 2010Photo credit: Jorge Royan/Creatve Commons

Andbank relocates funds to Luxembourg

September 4th, 2018 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “Andbank relocates funds to Luxembourg”

Andorran financial group Andbank has transferred €650 million assets from investment funds managed in Spain to Luxembourg, an operation designed to reach a larger number of investors.…/andbank-relocates-funds-luxembourg/189682

Toast of the Town

August 2nd, 2018 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “Toast of the Town”

We often take communication skills for granted. But the art of communication is more subtle and powerful than many realise. Toastmasters clubs help to unlock this magic skill.

2.5% earning rise in Luxemboug for 1 August

July 31st, 2018 Posted by Business 0 thoughts on “2.5% earning rise in Luxemboug for 1 August”

Wages and pensions are set to rise in Luxembourg by 2.5% from 1 August 2018.

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