Rachel Treece is the CEO of fts global and WELLBUSINESS™
Previously an Executive Manager within Asset Management, Rachel has vast experience in leading multi-cultural teams for FTSE and Fortune 100 companies.
Working with global asset managers for the past twenty years coaching executives and teams Rachel has led the way in developing human and authentic leadership programmes.
Rachel was awarded Most Inspiring Women in Entrepreneurship in 2012 and is a founding member of Dress for Success (Luxembourg). She regularly lectures at the University of London on their MBA programme and mentors young talent on the University of Luxembourg entrepreneurship programme.
Rachel is a passionate about personal branding, communication and engagement using her unique strategic marketing and human resources background.
She wants her legacy to be “making financial services better”.
Covid-19 crisis; How did the Luxembourg fund industry cope, and what are the implications for a transformed future?
It was the perfect storm: the most volatile markets in a decade, a global pandemic, and managing a total shift from office-based to remote working, with virtually no playbook. This panel tells the stories of how the asset management industry coped, the enduring lessons, the approach to returning from confinement, and the outlook for Luxembourg as a brave new world emerges. What does it mean for the workforce and workplace of the future, for Luxembourg seeking to build upon its well-deserved position as the leading cross-border fund centre, and the broader societal implications and aspirations?
Hear the views of CSSF Director General Claude Marx on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the asset management industry, what is behind us, and what additional policy measures policymakers and ESAs may consider in the near future. Listen to Claude Marx’s insights on all major developments and market trends impacting the asset management industry such as sustainable finance, financial literacy, the financing of pensions, upcoming European legislation as well as diversity and inclusion.