Rachel Treece, fts global and the Henka Institute

Rachel Treece

Rachel Treece is the CEO of fts global and WELLBUSINESS™

Previously an Executive Manager within Asset Management, Rachel has vast experience in leading multi-cultural teams for FTSE and Fortune 100 companies.

Working with global asset managers for the past twenty years coaching executives and teams Rachel has led the way in developing human and authentic leadership programmes.

Rachel was awarded Most Inspiring Women in Entrepreneurship in 2012 and is a founding member of Dress for Success (Luxembourg). She regularly lectures at the University of London on their MBA programme and mentors young talent on the University of Luxembourg entrepreneurship programme.

Rachel is a passionate about personal branding, communication and engagement using her unique strategic marketing and human resources background.

She wants her legacy to be “making financial services better”.


The Big Picture from a Luxembourg as a Financial Centre perspective

Sustainable Finance represents a golden opportunity for the Asset Management sector to use its collective momentum and scale to make transformational impacts on climate, environment and society. However, it is so much more than simply being “compliant”. A philosophical and cultural change across both Investors and Asset Managers must occur and be aligned on the impact objectives. Hear from Andrew McDowell, in conversation with Michael Maldener on how to effect such organisational culture change, the importance of measuring the impact investor money has made and reporting that “story” to them, and the opportunity for Luxembourg to establish its “brand” as the ESG domicile of choice in a world largely aligned on principle but not on practice.


Strategy, agility or a crystal ball - what drives the evolution of the sector, and what will it look like in 5 years time?

A fusion of views from C-Suite Executives of Asset Management Companies and the voice of the investor, with interjections from leading industry figures offering their views on the future evolution of Asset Management.

The panel will consider interventions from various investor groups during the panel session, including a large Dutch pension fund, a large European distributor, and the perspective of investors seeking sustainable finance solutions, each posing a challenge as to what their respective investor group needs from the Asset manager sector in the future.


Luxembourg; adapting, innovating, growing

We have heard from the Asset Managers and industry leaders, and have a picture of how the industry may evolve over the next few eyars. What does this mean for Luxembourg? How will the industry here adapt, innovate and grow. Hear from leading Luxembourg leaders their views on how the workforce and workplace of the future will evolve, how capacity can be created to absorb growth, how technology can deliver benefits, how the operating models will adapt, and the regulatory changes we may have to align with