Yves Nosbusch, BGL BNP Paribas

Yves Nosbusch Yves Nosbusch is the Chief Economist of BGL BNP Paribas. Before joining BGL BNP Paribas in 2012, he was on the full-time faculty of the Finance Department at the London School of Economics. He continues to teach a M.Sc. course on financial risk analysis at the LSE. His academic research has concentrated on public debt (sovereign risk, optimal maturity structure) and pension systems. He is a former chairman of the Luxembourg National Fiscal Council (CNFP). He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University and M.Sc. and B.Sc. degrees in Econometrics and Mathematical Economics from the London School of Economics.

ESG: Actions speak louder than words

The European Commission is picking up speed on the implementation of the EU Action Plan on Financing Sustainable Growth. First concrete regulatory proposals were published in May and have made good progress since. Further items are in the pipeline, with experts appointed to work out the technical details and industry consultations circulating… As sustainable finance is becoming a reality in the EU, asset managers are getting ready to lead the way.


There is so much we can do: case studies of ESG approaches

The spectrum of ‘sustainable’ investment funds is as large, innovative as diversified. From exclusion to positive impact, what are sustainable investment funds really doing? Are they contributing towards a better world? Asset managers tell their – fascinating – stories from the field.


Economic and political outlook


Substance, substance, substance

This session will closely examine CSSF Circular 18/698, its impact and implementation. Substance requirements remain on top of the list for AMs and management companies, with governing bodies’ responsibilities on the increase and delegation and oversight always centre stage. Are you compliant?


New AML/CFT obligations and their practical consequences for the AM industry


ESMA's priorities for the asset management community


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