Graham Goodhew, Independent Director

Graham Goodhew Graham retired in 2016 as a Director and Conducting Officer (CO) of JPMorgan Asset Management in Luxembourg after a career of more than 40 years in financial services. With a background in Internal Audit and Risk Management he moved from London to Luxembourg in 2001 as Head of Risk Management for JPM covering the Luxembourg SICAV and UK OEIC fund ranges and was a director of the Luxembourg Management Company from 2002 until retirement. In 2005 he became Head of Corporate Governance and the CO responsible for Portfolio Risk Management. He has also served as the CO responsible for Fund Distribution and Investment Management. Active in working groups at CESR/ESMA, EFAMA and ALFI related to UCITS, MiFID, PRIPS, Risk Management and other industry issues he remains active with ALFI and continues to live and work in Luxembourg as an independent director in retirement.
09.55-10.40

Round Table Discussion - Risk Management: a key pillar of the governance model

  • Risk management models
  • Roles & responsibilities of the ManCo Board
  • Relation between Board of Funds and ManCo
  • Roles & responsibilities of the Conducting Officers
  • Local substance requirements
  • Parent Companies/Branches/Subsidiaries
  • Risk Management, compliance & internal Audit

11.35-12.05

Luxembourg - The Hub for Global distribution - What are the related risks?

ALFI & ALRiM Guidelines: Considerations for the management of operational risks associated with the Distributions of Funds?


13.35-14.20

BREAKOUT SESSION 1: Stress testing & VaR model backtesting C.S.I. - Practitioners thoughts


14.50-15.50

Delegation & Oversight - Current thinking & possible scenarios for UK based Asset Managers

  • Investment Management – role of the investment advisor
  • Central administration (Accounting,TA)
  • Marketing & Distribution
  • Custodian/Depositary
  • ESMA-General principles on supervisory approach to relocations from UK
  • ALFI guidelines:Principles of the oversight of financial
    intermediaries