Eduardo Gramuglia, State Street Bank International GmbH, Luxembourg Branch

Eduardo Gramuglia Eduardo Gramuglia Pallavicino is a senior vice president and country head of State Street in Luxembourg. He is the branch manager of State Street Bank International GmbH, Luxembourg Branch, and is responsible for all activities of State Street Corporation in Luxembourg. In his role, Eduardo leads and manages the branch in compliance with applicable laws and regulation, according to strategic and business objectives, risk appetite, compliance programs, and values of State Street Bank International GmbH in the wider context of the State Street Corporation. Prior to this role, Eduardo was responsible for business development, relationship management, client onboarding and change. He was an authorised manager and a member of the State Street Bank Luxembourg management board. Previously, Eduardo held several senior management roles at ABN Amro Mellon and Brown Brothers Harriman in Luxembourg, where he was the head of sales and relationship management. Eduardo has more than 20 years of experience in the asset servicing and capital markets industry, including experience within custody client services, securities lending and foreign exchange, relationship management, and operations management. He also had general management responsibilities, including oversight of central administration for Luxembourg funds. Eduardo is an active member of the Association of Luxembourg Funds Industry (ALFI). He is a member of the Board of Directors of ALFI and contributes to the work of several of its working groups. Additionally, Eduardo is a member of the Board of Directors of the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (the LHoFT) and several State Street companies. He has a degree in political science from the University La Sapienza in Rome, and speaks Spanish, Italian, French and English.

Agenda

09.50-10.50

Redefining the Asset Management operating model: a roundtable discussion with the CEOs of leading European Asset Management Associations

The global Asset Management is facing a number of key challenges including increasing fee and margin compression, an ever increasing winner-take-all phenomenon, accompanied by digital innovation. Delivering innovative products to respond to macroeconomic factors, demographic changes, growing focus on the environmental and sustainability agenda:

How should the sector respond to these challenges?

 


11.20-12.10

A European regulatory outlook

An interview with ESMA & EFAMA


13.15-13.45

Short & Sharp session Kindly sponsored by State Street

Alternatives Becoming Mainstream: Trend or Fad?

 

  • Peter Corry

    Peter Corry Managing Director, Alternative Investment Solutions (AIS) State Street Services (Luxembourg) S.A.

  • Eduardo Gramuglia

    Eduardo Gramuglia Senior Vice President State Street Bank International GmbH, Luxembourg Branch


14.30-15.15

Minding the gap - Diversity in Asset Management

The case for diversity is clear. Efforts are underway to improve representation in the Asset Management industry.

What does that mean for the organisation and for the performance of the business? Does gender diversity also bring benefits to end investors?


16.00-1645

Entering the millenial era- the changing face of European Asset Management

Global cross-border Asset Managers discuss 30 years in the making to today’s AM world, the ”next generation of Asset Management”  and the evolving operating models.


16.45-17.30

Dispelling the Myths of Securities Lending for UCITS Funds

Securities Lending (“SecLending”) is a big business . Leading Asset Servicers have been providing this service to the fund industry for many years, yet it still remains an unspoken topic. So, where do UCITS funds sit in this industry?

A roundtable discussion with the full spectrum of the securities lending value chain, focusing on UCITS structures and their participation in securities lending programmes