House of Finance News

The majority of respondents (63%) believe the German financial sector is sufficiently prepared for a “no deal” Brexit, while 36% see a need for further measures. “Considering how likely a ‘no deal’ Brexit has become, the survey results are rather worrying, as there is little time left for market participants to make adjustments,” Professor Volker Brühl, Managing Director of the Center for...[more]

At a conference at Goethe University, academics discussed the phenomenon of public debt from an economic-historical perspective[more]

Earnings growth in the financial sector declines, although optimism persists for the current quarter / Service providers report sharp decline in revenue growth accompanied by higher investment volume and employee growth / Increased job cuts at financial institutions[more]

In light of the growing debate over climate change and its consequences, sustainability considerations are also taking on greater importance in the financial sector. Under the headings “Sustainable Finance” or “Green Finance”, numerous initiatives have been launched to address the financial sector's contribution to attaining climate goals. A recent survey by the Center for Financial Studies...[more]

The Joint Science Conference approves admission of the Research Center at Goethe University Frankfurt to the Leibniz Association from 2020 on [more]

Law and Finance Professor died at the age of 54[more]

„Das Institute for Law and Finance (ILF) der Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main wurde in das Ranking der 10 weltweit besten LL.M.-Programme auf den Gebieten des Bank-, Finanz- und Wertpapierrecht des Online-Portals „LL.M. Guide“ für das Jahr 2019 aufgenommen[more]

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