Ailancy Luxembourg

New international territories for Ailancy

An opening of new territories internationally.

Ailancy is extremely proud to announce the creation of Ailancy Luxembourg

The aim of creating this entity in Luxembourg is to boost Ailancy’s presence in an already known market. Ailancy wishes to accelerate its capacity to support operationally all its clients in Luxembourg.    

Strengthen ourexpertise

It is about the creation of a new entity. This project is entrusted to David Richards who has 25 years of experience, mainly in the financial industry market in Luxembourg, and thus takes the role of Managing Director of Ailancy Luxembourg.

The Luxembourg market offers very interesting prospects for a firm like Ailancy which will be able to rely on its valued expertise across the entire value chain of the financial market ecosystem and which already has strong references of projects carried out on site.   All the Ailancy and Avanty teams are looking forward to this new project and will join forces with David in order to foster the development of our business !     Contact us :

Latest Firm News

Fragile customers: compliance, profitability or solidarity, which support systems should be proposed?

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  • Regulatory And Compliance

Since 2014, people in a situation of financial fragility have been defined by law as “fragile customers“. Faced with the economic crisis linked to Covid 19 and the growing importance of ESG issues among the population, the measures deployed by institutions must be under

Retrospective 2019 – Prospective 2020

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As the year 2020 begins, Ailancy invites you to relive the highlights of the financial industry in France. We invite you to discover our views and analyses through this retrospective of 2019. We also look forward to discussing the topics to be followed in 2020.

Negative interest rates: what impact for financial services?

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  • Retail Banking
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The European context of low, or even negative, interest rates has a strong impact on French and European banks and insurers. As their profitability models are based on positive interest rates, necessary changes must be made. The issue of charging for deposits and the limitation of investment in €u

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