Inès de Dinechin became Head of the Executive Board of Directors of Aviva Investors France in July 2016. In February 2019 Inès joined the Aviva Investors Executive Committee.Prior to joining Aviva Investors France, Ines led a consulting firm in Strategy, Organization, Investments and Risk Management. She is also an Independent Director on several Boards of Directors and a member of an Audit and Risk Committee for Euronext UK Ltd. Before that, Inès was the head of executive board of directors of Lyxor Asset Management, and a member of the Executive Committee of Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking. For 23 years, she held several different responsibilities at Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking, which she joined in 1991. Until 2009, Inès held a number of positions in financial markets, Sales, Structuring and Consulting in Risk Management. She has also been responsible for the Structured Products business line. Inès is graduated with a Master in Finance from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris.
|09.40 - 10.00||
Value assessments - a known unknown?
What are value assessments? Are value assessments coming to Luxembourg and why? What might be the implications and consequences?
|10.00 - 10.30||
Product innovation: new kids on the block
Product evolution with the investor in mind: what will “products of the future” look like? Why are they needed?
|11.05 - 11.50||
ESG: How to really add value for investors
A practitioner’s view, a practical case and a country’s vision for the future
|11.50 - 12.25||
"Dear CEO, ..."
An insight into the current thinking of CEOs in these transformative times.
|14.30 - 15.15||
Listen to the investor (part I): institutional investors
Perspectives from pension funds, insurers and private banking: what do various types of institutional investor need from the asset manager? How are those needs changing? Can Luxembourg be the domicile of choice for the PEPP?
|15.45 - 16.30||
Listen to the investor (part II): retail investors
Does the asset manager really serve the retail investor, or is it merely a provider of raw materials for the evolving advice and distribution channels? We adopt three personae: the millennial, the middle-aged household head, and the retiree, and seek solutions for their needs and outcomes from three channels: the asset manager, a retail bank, and a new platform proposition. Which one offers the best solution for our personae?
|16.30 - 17.10||
Investor education: let's get serious
Saving and investment explained, simplified and demystified: two approaches to encouraging the many people without savings/investment plans to get started.