Barbara L. Mabe, State Street

Barbara L. Mabe Barbara L. Mabe has over 13 years experience in Risk Management within the fund services industry. She joined State Street Corporation in 2007 and since then has covered several Risk Manager positions within the group for various locations such as Luxembourg, London, Paris and Amsterdam. She has proven experience in operational risk management best practices and programs, risk governance, credit risk and ICAAP. Barbara is the chair of the Race & Ethnicity Network of the Luxembourg Branch. She has a Master degree in Business Administration from HEC Liège, Belgium.
10.00

CSSF interview

2021 will be the year of sustainable finance! Two weeks after the first major deadline in the implementation of SFDR, listen to the views of CSSF Director Marco Zwick, interviewed by Corinne Lamesch, Chairperson of ALFI. What are the first lessons learned and what are the next steps in implementing the European’s Commission Action Plan on financing sustainable growth? Listen to Marco Zwick’s insights on key regulatory and supervisory files impacting the asset management industry, such as ESMA’s CSA on costs and charges, liquidity risks and liquidity management tools, the review of the UCITS Directive and AIFMD, and the CSSF’s programme of activities for 2021.


11.00

CSSF Circular 18/698 on the authorisation and organisation of IFMs in Luxembourg

Explore the practicalities of the CSSF Circular 18/698 on the authorisation and organisation of IFMs in Luxembourg, several years after its introduction. What are the lessons learnt on the oversight of delegates? Is a tick the box oversight exercise effective or does it risk creating blind spots? Can an oversight be streamlined and automated to make it less resource-intensive by using new technologies? How does oversight reconcile with Group organisation?


11.30

Diversity & Inclusion in the asset servicing of the future – a NextGen view

Masterclass facilitated by State Street

Organizations today are leading significant changes to their cultures, strategy-making processes and talent management efforts to create a diverse and inclusive work environment that is more adaptable, creative and works as a magnet to attract top talent.

From the next generation perspective, the panel discussion will focus on what are the current practices and strategies being developed to support a diverse workplace and how does diversity and inclusion help companies achieve a competitive business advantage.

  • Loreto Calaf

    Loreto Calaf Investment Compliance Analyst – NextGen & Latin American Professionals Group networks State Street

  • Barbara L. Mabe

    Barbara L. Mabe Financial Risk Manager, Chair of Race & Ethnicity Network State Street