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Frankfurt office moves to FRA Airport

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Within 3 years of existence, our Frankfurt office established a reliable contact point for our clients and partners in Germany’s financial center. Taking into account that Frankfurt is not only a financial center, but also one of Europe’s most important logistics hubs, we decided to move to Germany’s largest business center THE SQUAIRE at Frankfurt Airport.

Beginning from this week, our clients and partners from all over the world will have the chance to receive extensive consultation during individual talks or quick updates on current issues during a stop-over at Frankfurt Airport.

During our opening event, Commerzbank’s former Head of Financial Institutions Per Fischer will give a lecture on "Chances of a free trade zone between Lisbon and Vladivostok".
We kindly invite you to join our opening event and the surrounding seminars on Friday 17th April. For registration, please contact us via events@russia-consulting.eu

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