Luxembourg ahead of the game on UCITS IV
A panel of experts from the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry, BNP Paribas Securities Services, DCG and Société Générale Securities Services convened to discuss the outlook for Luxembourg and the impact of the eurozone crisis, Ucits IV and the Alternative Investment Funds Managers Directive.
Georg Lasch is head of client development for BNP Paribas Securities Services, Luxembourg. He is in charge of sales, relationship management and client service teams for asset managers, alternative asset managers, asset owners and banks in Luxembourg.
Daniela Klasén-Martin is managing director of DCG and DCG Management Company. Starting her career in 1992 in Stockholm and then Paris, Klasén-Martin has been active within the Luxembourg funds industry since 1997. She joined DCG in 2010 to head the Luxembourg office after having spent four years with a leading provider of governance, independent directorship and management company services, and nine years with a leading global asset manager. Klasén-Martin is active on Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry committees, and she has spoken at conferences and written articles on the topics of fund governance, risk management and the Alternative Investment Funds Managers Directive.
Camille Thommes is director-general of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (Alfi). He is a member of several advisory committees to the Luxembourg Supervisory Authority, of the Haut comité de la Place Financière set up by the Ministry of Finance, and he represents Alfi on the Board of Directors of the European Fund and Asset Management Association, as well as other non-profit organisations.
Régis Veillet is head of sales and client relationship management at Société Générale Securities Services Luxembourg. He deals with depositary bank, fund administration and transfer agent activities.
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