All about finance in FrankfurtRheinMain

Since the Middle Ages the Frankfurt region has been an important junction of the European trade routes due to its location in the heart of Europe. Nowadays the former trading city of Frankfurt is a financial center, also affectionately called “Bankfurt”. All big names of the German and international banking sector are represented in the city... Continue Reading →

FrankfurtRheinMain goes Coworking

The modern working world demands more and more flexibility on the part of the employees. Working and meetings in different cities are almost part of our daily life. However, the offices that are vacant at this time represent an enormous and not to be underestimated cost factor – this is a problem, especially for smaller... Continue Reading →

The startup scene in FrankfurtRheinMain

Known as the financial centre of Continental Europe, the Frankfurt region is the perfect starting environment for startups. The region has a long history of innovation, like being home to the world’s first airline and it is not surprising that it is home to a fast-growing startup hub (not only in the FinTech area). The... Continue Reading →

From FRM into the world

FrankfurtRheinMain is home to a diverse mix of industrial sectors and companies from all over the world. The region located in the heart of Europe is well-balanced and already offers specific infrastructure for various industries. 47 million consumers can be reached within a 200 km radius of Frankfurt – more than from any other comparable... Continue Reading →

Hessian Founders Award 2018

Since the year 2003, the state of Hessen offers young companies a platform to present themselves and recognizes their achievements. The award show takes place in the course of the Founders’ Days in the state capital Wiesbaden. Bringing together experts in the promotion of startups, people interested in startups, founders and young entrepreneurs. To apply... Continue Reading →

What impact will Brexit have on FRM?

The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union forces financial institutes to move if they wish to continue conducting financial transactions in the EU. How do things currently stand? To date, four of the five major American investment banks have decided to relocate business to Frankfurt. Four of the five large Japanese banks have likewise... Continue Reading →

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