25 June 2021 | Press Releases
The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) announced today the re-election of Mrs Corinne Lamesch as the Chairperson of ALFI following its annual general meeting (AGM). The appointment is effective immediately and her second mandate will run for two years. In addition, a new Board of Directors has been elected.
Corinne Lamesch commented: “I feel honoured to have been entrusted with the chairmanship of ALFI for another two year term. Looking back at my first mandate, it wasn’t quite what I had expected - we had several unpredictable challenges to overcome together as an industry. However, despite these challenges the Luxembourg investment fund industry rallied together and remains robust, proving to be a strong pillar of the Luxembourg economy.”
In line with the ALFI Ambition 2025, the association will continue to focus on the key objectives set out in 2020. Mrs Lamesch added: “While there is still a lot to do, the long-term impact of climate change and other sustainability issues are front and centre of the asset management industry, and rightly so. It is certainly one of the positive effects of the pandemic that the necessity to look beyond financial return is recognised by more and more people and organisations. Other industry trends continue to keep us on our toes, such as the quest for user-friendly technology for funds. Private assets retain their appeal for investors of all kinds in pursuit of returns, and the importance of long-term savings to mitigate the pensions’ gap continues to grow. Finally, our Diversity & Inclusion efforts are also taking shape with the launch of the ALFI Diversity and Inclusion Forum towards the end of 2020.”
The new Board of Directors elected at today’s annual general meeting is as follows:
Beegun Ravi, KPMG Luxembourg, Société Cooperative
Beythan Hermann, Linklaters LLP
Blair Craig, Franklin Templeton International Services S. à r.l.
Browne Finbarr, Schroder Investment Management (Europe) S.A.
Duvoux Jeanne, Amundi Luxembourg S.A.
Eisenhuth Michèle, Arendt & Medernach S.A.
Georgopoulos Ilias, Credit Suisse - MultiConcept Fund Management S.A.
Goy Jean-Marc, Capital International Management Company S.à r.l./ Capital Group
Graeber Bettina, Pictet & Cie (Europe) S.A.
Griffiths Lize, Deloitte Luxembourg
Haag Helmut, FERI Trust (Luxembourg) S.A.
Hallet Ludovic, BNP Paribas Asset Management Luxembourg
Hendry Joseph, Brown Brothers Harriman (Luxembourg) SCA
Juchem Ulrich, DZ PRIVATBANK S.A.
Juncker Gast, Elvinger Hoss Prussen, S.A.
Klasén-Martin Daniela, Crestbridge Management Company S.A.
Lamesch Corinne, Fidelity International/FIL Investment Management (Luxembourg) S.A.
Libby Steven, PricewaterhouseCoopers SC (PwC)
Löwenbrück Maria, Union Investment Luxembourg S.A.
Prym-Gigli Francesca, UBS Fund Management (Luxembourg) S.A.
Radcliffe Geoff, Blackrock (Luxembourg) S.A.
Ringard Philippe, JPMorgan Asset Management (Europe) S.à r.l.
Schots Barbara, DWS Investment S.A.
White Robert, Ernst & Young S.A.
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Notes to editors:
The Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) represents the face and voice of the Luxembourg asset management and investment fund community, championing mainstream, private assets and sustainable investing. ALFI seeks to promote Luxembourg’s fund sector internationally, and to cultivate for the benefit of its members a collaborative, dynamic and innovative ecosystem underpinned by the most robust regulatory framework. ALFI’s ambition is to empower investors to meet their life goals.
Created in 1988, the Association today represents over 1,500 Luxembourg domiciled investment funds, asset management companies and a wide range of business that serve the sector. These include depositary banks, fund administrators, transfer agents, distributors, legal firms, consultants, tax advisory firms, auditors and accountants, specialised IT and communication companies. Luxembourg is the largest fund domicile in Europe and a worldwide leader in cross-border distribution of funds. Luxembourg domiciled investment funds are distributed in more than 70 countries around the world.