New York, NY, January 13, 2020 – The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable is pleased to announce the Luxembourg Trade & Investment Office as its newest non-profit sponsor.
The Luxembourg Trade & Investment Office (LTIO-NY) is the New York-based arm of the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy dedicated to facilitating international business expansion for both U.S. and Canadian companies, as well as Luxembourg-based entities. LTIO-NY helps companies in the Eastern part of the United States and Canada expand their businesses into Luxembourg and gain a foothold in European markets, while it works to help Luxembourg-based organizations develop a presence in the U.S. market. Industry experts within LTIO-NY assist companies with everything from providing connections to potential business partners and key government contacts, to educating them about the unique policies and business environments within the country they are establishing a new presence –whether Luxembourg, or the U.S. for Luxembourg-based businesses.
“The Luxembourg Trade & Investment Office’s in-depth knowledge of the global business landscape, and the ins and outs of the financial landscape and policies in both Luxembourg and the U.S. makes it an invaluable addition to the Rountable’s existing sponsors,” said Alessandra Tocco, President of the New York Alternative Investment Roundtable. Added Kunjan Mehta, the Roundtable’s Vice President: “We look forward to learning from their global perspective and believe it will prove extremely beneficial to our members.”
Jeanne Crauser, Executive Director of the Luxembourg Trade & Investment Office in New York, said she is excited about the new partnership. “The Roundtable’s dedication to keeping the alternative investment industry educated about the most topical issues in the business world, coupled with its focus on fostering best practices, makes it an extremely attractive partner for our office. We look forward to contributing to the Roundtable’s ongoing efforts in these areas –especially at a time when such significant changes are taking place in the global business arena.”
About The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable:
The New York Alternative Investment Roundtable is a non-profit organization focused on promoting ethics and best practices within the alternative investment industry. The membership consists of investors, hedge fund managers, private equity fund managers, family offices and other industry professionals who regularly meet to discuss current issues within the industry and connect with peers. Monthly events center around thought-provoking speakers and panels designed to keep members apprised of timely and important issues within the alternative investment industry. The Roundtable’s goal is to provide a forum for thought leadership, where industry professional have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills and to network with other individuals committed to advancing the industry with the highest ethical standards. For additional information about the Roundtable, visit: http://www.ny-air.org
About the Luxembourg Trade & Investment Office
As the arm of the Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy at the Consulate in NY, the Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office in New York (LTIO-NY) is fully committed to assisting companies with the expansion of their business to Luxembourg and their entrance into the European markets. We also facilitate trade between Luxembourg and the Eastern part of the US as well as Canada and support Luxembourg-based businesses in the establishment and development of their activities on the North American market.
Our executive team offers personalized services and provides companies that are interested in setting up in Luxembourg with information on the general and sector-specific business environments and related government policies; contact facilitation with potential business partners; and access to high-ranking government officials and key network contacts such as Luxembourg for Finance and industry associations.
The growing presence of Luxembourg actors of the financial sector in NY as well as the recurring visits of the Minister of Finance and yearly roadshows of ALFI and LPEA indicate the many opportunities in further connecting both financial centers. Please see https://www.new-york.investinluxembourg.us/ to learn more about opportunities to work with the Luxembourg Trade & Investment Office to develop your business internationally.
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