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Mercer appoints Achim Lüder as new Chief People Officer

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The FINANCIAL — Mercer, a global leader in redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being, and a business of Marsh & McLennan (NYSE: MMC), has announced Achim Lüder as its new Chief People Officer. Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Mr. Lüder is responsible for driving Mercer’s global people strategy, including building a diverse workforce and inclusive environment for over 25,000 colleagues across 44 countries. He reports to Carmen Fernandez, Marsh & McLennan’s incoming Chief Human Resources Officer and joins the Mercer Executive Leadership Team led by Martine Ferland, President and CEO of…

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Mercer appoints Achim Lüder as new Chief People Officer

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The FINANCIAL — Mercer, a global leader in redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being, and a business of Marsh & McLennan (NYSE: MMC), has announced Achim Lüder as its new Chief People Officer. Based in Frankfurt, Germany, Mr. Lüder is responsible for driving Mercer’s global…

Lufthansa will deploy one of the most modern aircraft – Airbus A350-900

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For the duration of the winter timetable (until the end of March 2021) Lufthansa will be deploying four of the currently parked Airbus A350-900s to its hub in Frankfurt. The Airbus A350-900 is one of the most modern and environmentally friendly long-haul aircraft in the world. Over the next few months the A350-900 will be…

JPMorgan is moving $234 bn of assets from the UK to Germany as a result of Brexit

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The FINANCIAL — JP Morgan Chase & Co is reportedly set to move $234bn (£184bn) assets from the United Kingdom to Germany as a result of Britain’s exit from the European Union. While the type of assets being moved was not specified, similar transferals usually include cash and financial securities like stocks and bonds. The…

Significant increase in the number of flights

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The FINANCIAL — Air travel demand in Europe is recovering from COVID-19 impact. Business aviation recovering faster than other segments and now only 9% below 2019 levels. Also, all-cargo flights are 4% above 2019 levels. Ryanair, announced it has restored over 60% of normal flight schedules from 1st August, following the successful resumption of its services at the…

Federal prosecutors are treating the shooting in Germany as terrorism

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The FINANCIAL — At least 9 people were shot and killed in Germany at two different shisha bars. There is a video posted online two days before the attack, where suspect outlines his beliefs.  Later he was found dead near his 72-year-old mother. Tobias Rathjen, 43, who grew up in Hanau, opened fire on the Midnight shisha bar – which is…