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Allfunds moves to larger Luxembourg offices

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Allfunds Bank International – a subsidiary of Allfunds Bank Group – has moved to a new office in Luxembourg with the aim of strengthening its ties to local markets while increasing its international footprint.

With increasing business and a rising staff levels, the new offices will enable Allfunds to operate more effectively internationally as well as within the Benelux region and France.
 
The new office, at 30 Boulevard Royal in the heart of financial district, is three times larger than the previous premises.
  
Ugo Sansone, general manager of Allfunds Bank International, says: “The opening of our new office is part of our strategy to increase our capacity to serve the Group’s international expansion and to improve local service delivery. We have had a strong growth of assets and new client and this is strengthening the role of Allfunds International as the leading international hub for the whole group and as a reference player in Benelux. Our commitment with Luxembourg is very strong and we want to keep on contributing to the evolution of this industry, facilitating the access to funds to our clients, while promoting and exporting the Luxembourgish fund industry cross border.”

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