Jean‑Marc Goy is Conducting Officer, Senior Counsel and Member of the Board of Capital International Management Company (CIMC), the Luxembourg UCITS management company of Capital Group.
Before joining Capital Group, Jean-Marc was working for some 20 years for the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF), the Luxembourg Supervisory Authority of the Financial Sector, where he was the Head of the International Affairs Department covering in particular the communication and relations with other Supervisory Authorities from around the globe.
He represented the CSSF within a number of international forums, such as the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) Investment Management Standing Committee and its Sub‑Groups, the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), the Enlarged Contact Group (ECG) and the Institut Francophone de la Régulation Financière (IFREFI).
Jean‑Marc is a Member of the Board of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) and of its Strategic Advisory Board. He is also a Member of the Investment Fund Managers Committee of the CSSF.
He lectures in regulation of the financial sector at the University of Luxembourg and he is the Vice‑President of the Board of the Luxembourg Institute of Socio‑Economic Research (LISER).
Before joining the supervisory authority in 1998, Jean‑Marc worked a couple of years as an attorney‑at‑law for a Luxembourg law firm.
He has studied law at the University of Montpellier (France), where he earned a Master of Laws degree and a postgraduate degree in intellectual property law.
Besides Luxembourgish, which is his mother tongue, he speaks French, German, English and Spanish.
|09.10 - 10.00||
This session will consist of a presentation of the Industry Revolution Report, Part II, done by Citi Business Advisory Services: “How Today’s Innovation Efforts Could Lead to a Re-architecting of the Investment Management Industry”, followed by a panel discussion of hot topics in the industry.
|10.55 - 11.35||
The role of asset managers in the provision of pensions
AMs operating in Europe are welcoming the proposed addition to their toolkit in the form of the PEPP. This panel will look at this large-scale, portable and cost-efficient product, designed to encourage long-term investment in a sustainable manner in the real economy while enabling AMs to tailor products to suit their business models.
|11.35 - 12.05||
The fate of securitisation
Investment funds are feeling the impact of new rules such as ATAD and the EU Securitisation Regulation 2017/2402. You may be asking yourself whether you can still use securitisation as an intermediary company and/or feeder structure for your funds – and if not, if there is an easy way out. Our experts will be looking at these questions as well as into the future – is a revised securitisation law in the making?
|13.15 - 13.45||
Lunch session: Innovation in Asset Management: 5 fintechs to discover
In the exhibition area
|14.10 - 14.55||
The fight for talent
The recipe for attracting tomorrow’s leaders is on every employer’s wishlist. The HR experts on this panel will tell you what makes global nomads stay – in a job, in a place (like Luxembourg), and loyal to their employer.
|14.55 - 15.20||
The impact of technology on the world of work
Are robots really coming for our jobs? What have machines still got to learn, and what can we learn from machines?
|15.50 - 16.30||
Brexit: impact on people and org charts
In the light of the most recent CSSF substance rules, organisations have to make the right moves – quite literally – as 29 March approaches. Whether it is building your org chart in line with these substance requirements, making sure you have the right people in the right location, or other elements in the Brexit conundrum – this debate promises to be an interesting one.
|16.30 - 16.50||
Tick tock goes the Brexit clock
Brexit from a political perspective
Bringing Asset Managers and Investors centre stage21-22 March 2017 European Convention Center Luxembourg