Please note that all sessions are indicated in UK time
Registration and breakfast
ALFI and IA welcome address
Welcome address from the Luxembourg Government
Opening by the Chairperson of the morning sessions
Let’s hear it from the Regulators
UK and Europe: quo vadis?
Coffee break and visit of the exhibition area
End of the second belle époque
A discussion about investment and product strategy in the face of war, pandemic, food and energy insecurity, inflation, changed monetary policy, and great uncertainty
Keynote address: living in hard times in the 21st century
Helen Thompson, Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University, has researched the political economy of energy as a contributor to the history of democratic, economic and geopolitical disruptions in the twenty-first century. Helen will present her insights and show why energy politics means the twenty-first century is turning out to be at least as challenging as the twentieth.
Wrap-up and closing remarks
Networking lunch and visit of the exhibition area
Introduction by the Chairperson of the afternoon sessions
Deep-dive 1: Brexit – how are managers adapting
The discussion will revolve around managing and distributing funds in Europe, tackling regulatory requirements and other routes in a Post-Brexit world.
The panel will touch upon the following topics:
•How can sales teams continue to operate from the UK?
Christian Hertz will lead the conversation joined by leading industry experts focusing on emerging strategies and the future of fund distribution.
Deep-dive 2: action this day! The imperative of practical sustainable finance
Nancy Saich, the European Investment Bank’s Chief climate change expert and one of the Rapporteurs of the platform for sustainable finance, developing the EU taxonomy, explains how the taxonomy is evolving to enable financial institutions to finance the transition to a sustainable economy, and leads a panel discussion on how institutions are doing it today.
Deep-dive 3: democratisation of private assets - what opportunities await the market?
The path to the democratisation of private assets is trying to bring together different types of asset managers, willing to access new sources of financing. The current geopolitical situation is driving new trends – and this session will explore the new private asset products that will meet those demands and how to successfully market these products to investors.
Final wrap-up and closing remarks