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Digitalisation affects all companies. This vital transformation has to account for the risks it entails and the exposure to cyberthreats in order to not weaken the organisations.
At the dawn of the year 2000, when the hyper-connected 21st century was about to start, massive sums of money were invested in submarine cables in the Atlantic and the NASDAQ skyrocketed due to the overvaluation of the "dotcom" companies. In these times of "furious madness", in June 2000, Yves Reding founded EBRC. Here is the portrait of a company that was created 17 years ago, starting from scratch with only a few clients and now counting over 400.
Faced with the evolution of the cybercrime threat and taking into account the new requirements, economic actors managing sensitive data have to be able to rely on a trusted technological platform. A discussion on these challenges with Fabien Huraux, Chief Risk, Information Security and Data Protection Officer at EBRC.
If the Grand Duchy and its stakeholders manage to develop a strategic position, the effects of Brexit can turn out to be a great opportunity for the country. British companies wishing to maintain their link with the single market would be well advised to consider what Luxembourg has to offer. Furthermore, when wondering where to develop their business activity in Europe, international players no longer look to London as their first destination.
For executives of Very Small Enterprises (VSEs), monitoring their profitability can be a difficult task due to the lack of financial means and information. My-Saam, a member of ITS4U GROUP (an independent digital service provider), has therefore developed a solution allowing them to better evaluate their profitability throughout the year, with updated figures to support their decisions. My-Saam Vision is a collaborative platform enabling synergies between accountant skills and the activity of the VSEs. Its creators, Christian Huver, a digital professional, and Serge Vitali, who developed a consulting solution for the financial management of companies, present us this innovative solution.
EYnovation and Powered by EBRC: two programmes to encourage innovation that have become a common vision for two successful companies. Bringing together all of their business skills at the service of innovation. This is the goal of EY and EBRC, both of which are involved in general and innovation-focused support programmes: EYnovation for EY and Powered by EBRC for EBRC.
In conjunction with EBRC, Loomion offers an innovative and secure solution to improve organisation and communication within a company's board. It facilitates the sharing of documents, exchanges between directors and, ultimately, corporate governance.
Thanks to its expertise in the financial markets and its ICT ecosystem, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg offers an environment conducive to the emergence of FinTechs. While some of them succeed in upsetting the habits of financial institutions, others are unable to create a sustainable business model. For a start-up to succeed, disruption alone is not enough: a start-up must generate disruptive innovation! As a technology player, EBRC has already accompanied more than thirty FinTechs. Its CEO, Yves Reding, presents his vision of the market.