BENELUX


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BENELUXBelgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg
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Their portfolio embodies the elegant aesthetic of the region bringing this timeless classic to life for travellers around the Benelux. Our agreement today is entirely consistent with our long-term strategy focused on offering the Dutch, Belgian and Luxembourger consumer a full spectrum of experiential luxury".
Mr Price said: "The development of Benelux received a strong impetus with the creation of the European Economic Community, which prompted it to strengthen its own integration through the Benelux Treaty of Economic Union in 1958.
For this reason, Benelux infrastructure Forum will focus on exploring new financing mechanisms and alternative markets for future sustainable investments in the Benelux region.
"All participants were glad of the opportunity to talk about issues that are usually not discussed much.The importance of enlarging the EU with the Balkan countries is not debated much in Benelux, said Siegfried Bracke from the Chamber of Representatives of Belgium.
Target: Benelux Life Run-Off SCS, ABN Amro Life Capital Belgium
This order is for the delivery of the company's digital signage platform to an existing customer, a leading player in the Benelux telecom industry.
The partnership will provide Portland Europe's wide network of managed solution providers (MSPs) in the Benelux region with access to Continuum's fully managed remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform, powered by the company's network operations center (NOC).
In his new role based in Stockholm, Silfverling will be responsible for expanding the firm's sales and distribution footprint with institutional and high-net-worth clients in the Nordic and Benelux regions.
Serge Fielmich, Jefferies Head of Benelux M&A, also joins from Deutsche Bank, where he most recently held the role of Head of Benelux M&A and has over 16 years of investment banking experience.
While France, Spain and the Benelux are leading the charge on these progressive IT practices, the UK, Germany and Portugal appear to be lagging behind and more resistant to change.