Do you practise a “liberal profession” in Luxembourg? To help you focus entirely on your business, BGL BNP Paribas has developed specific expertise in this field.
Our goal is to build a strong relationship based on a precise understanding of your business and your needs, both professionally and personally.
A dedicated expert advisor
Your dedicated advisor is there for you at every stage of your professional life. Easy to contact, responsive and always by your side, they take initiatives and contribute real added value to everyday operations.
Your advisor can also travel to your place of business, to make your life easier and meet your requirements as efficiently as possible.
Support at every stage of your professional life
Our team of dedicated experts is here to assist you with whatever you may need:
Setting up your business,
Developing your business,
Integrating new partners,
Purchasing new equipment,
Preparing for retirement,
Optimising the financial and operational management of your business.
Whether your plans are already up and running or still in the pipeline, we’ll help you turn them into a reality.
Access to a vast range of services, for your private and professional needs
Your advisor will assist you in meeting your day-to-day banking needs. They are also your primary contact person, giving you access to the BNP Paribas Group’s additional services:
Your private or professional investments,
Your insurance policies, via our partner Cardif Lux Vie,
Your leases, via our partners BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions & Arval,
Your real estate projects, via our partner BNP Paribas Real Estate
To make your life easier, your dedicated advisor will be your single contact person for your private and professional projects, there to answer any questions you may have.
Frequently asked questions about “liberal professions”
Liberal professions are those carried out:
on the basis of relevant qualifications,
on a personal basis,
under a person’s own responsibility,
in a professionally independent capacity,
by providing intellectual and conceptual services in the interest of the client and the public (Directive 2005/36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications).
Architects, lawyers, doctors, dentists, physiotherapists, chartered accountants, engineers, notaries, bailiffs, veterinarians and pharmacists all practise “liberal professions”.