Banque de Luxembourg is a pioneer in the field of philanthropy consulting in the Grand Duchy. For over 15 years, we have been helping families and businesses to structure and nurture a philanthropic project. Find out how you can get involved, in your own way, with Claude Medernach, wealth management and philanthropy expert. For over 15 years, we have been helping families and businesses to structure and nurture a philanthropic project. Find out how you can get involved, in your own way, with Anne Goedert, Family Practice Adviser.
Doing something positive, in your own way
In recent years, enthusiasm for philanthropic engagement has not waned. On the contrary. The trend has gained traction with a new generation that is more committed and more aware of environmental and social issues. The philanthropy sector is diverse. So are the ways to get involved. This means that everyone can do something positive, each in their own way.
Turning convictions into actions
We accompany our clients at every stage of their philanthropy journey, from preliminary ideas and throughout the realisation of their projects. Our experts offer comprehensive support, ensuring the overall coherence of the initiative and harmoniously integrating it into the client’s long-term wealth planning.
We provide information about the many ways of becoming involved, we explain the specific characteristics of each approach and we monitor the different stages of each project. We can put clients in touch with specialists who will help them select charities that correspond to their aspirations.
In the context of estate planning, the creation of a foundation can be a solution to help integrate a long-term perspective into personal wealth or a business and perpetuate the founder's vision by financing charitable projects.
Philanthropic projects need careful planning and the role of the wealth adviser is very important. The sooner the philanthropic project can get off the ground, the greater the benefits for the donor and the beneficiary organisation, and the greater the charitable impact.
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