Claude Marx, Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)

Claude Marx Claude Marx was appointed Director General of the CSSF by the government in February 2016. Claude is also a member of the Board of Supervisors of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA). Prior to his nomination as Director General of the CSSF, Claude Marx was the CEO of Lombard International Assurance S.A., the largest unit-linked life insurance company, owned by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities. He was also Chairman of the Board of Lombard Intermediation Services S.A. Claude was with Lombard for 4 years. Prior to that, Claude worked for HSBC for 17 years, and was Deputy CEO of its Private Banking Division. At the beginning of his career, Claude worked as a lawyer with a local firm that is now Allen & Overy, as well as Arthur Andersen. Claude is a lawyer by training, he holds a Master of Laws Degree from the University of Paris and a Master of Laws in International Business Law from the University of London. He was admitted to the Luxembourg bar as Avocat à la Cour in 1990. He is fluent in English, German, French and Luxembourgish.

Agenda

09.30-10.20

Sustainability – an Asset Manager’s duty?

Once the decision is made to embark on the sustainability path, internal procedures need to be put in place to ensure proper implementation of the commitment. Policy, risk management, investment decisions, reporting… all elements of the Asset Manager’s value chain are impacted.

CEOs of leading Asset Management groups share their experience of the process


11.10-12.00

The rise of the ESG, SRI, Impact & Climate Finance: what it means for business and for our planet

Which methodology? What rationale? Which approach?

 


15.45-16.10

Interview with the Regulator: the latest regulatory hot topics for the fund industry

  • Claude Marx

    Claude Marx Director General Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)


16.10-16.55

Fintech – Facts, Fiction and the Future

A reality check on all things Fintech in the AM production cycle.