With the growing recognition that the financial and the social or environmental returns of an investment are not necessarily incompatible, responsible investing is steadily gaining momentum.

On 7 February 2018, ALFI will have the pleasure to welcome Mr. Don Gerritsen, Benelux Head of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI). PRI is the leading network for investors demonstrating their commitment to responsible ownership and long-term, sustainable returns. At an exclusive ALFI member event, Don Gerritsen will show you how versatile responsible investment opportunities throughout the investment chain can be.

The seminar will cover three main topics:

  • What is responsible investing?
  • What is increasingly driving responsible investing?
  • How can investors – and asset managers – practice responsible investing?

About PRI:
In early 2005, the then United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan invited a group of the world’s largest institutional investors to join a process to develop the Principles for Responsible Investment. A 20-person investor group drawn from institutions in 12 countries was supported by a 70-person group of experts from the investment industry, intergovernmental organisations and civil society. The Principles were launched in April 2006 at the New York Stock Exchange. Since then the number of signatories has grown from 100 to over 1,800. (www.unpri.org)

This seminar is reserved to ALFI members and participation is free of charge.






Welcome by ALFI
Denise Voss, Chairman, ALFI


Responsible Investment Opportunities across the Investment Chain
Don Gerritsen, Principles for Responsible Investment


Transparency in Responsible Investing – Practical Experiences

Corinne Molitor,
Innpact, co-chair ALFI RI Technical Committee

Thierry Feltgen
, Banque de Luxembourg
Sachin Vankalas
Sandra Crowl
, Carmignac


Closing remarks
Pierre Oberlé, Senior Business Development Manager, ALFI


Closing drink



Chambre de Commerce
7, Rue Alcide de Gasperi
Luxembourg Kirchberg

The Chambre de Commerce has an underground carpark at your diposal. There might be some parking spaces in the streets around the venue.

WIFI/Internet connection:
A free WIFI internet connection is offered in the exhibition hall and in the conference room during the event.

Travel to Luxembourg by car:
There are various car rental companies at the airport. An international driving licence is not necessary.
Your home licence will suffice, Driving is on the right and wearing a seatbelt is required. Fuel prices are among the lowest in Western Europe.

By plane:
Luxembourg-Findel International Airport is located 8,6km outside
Luxembourg-City and 8km from the Chambre de Commerce. The airport is served by Luxair, KLM, Swiss, Lufthansa, British Airways and others http://www.lux-airport.lu/

By train: Luxembourg train station is well connected with various European cities: Paris (2 hours), Brussels (3 hours), Cologne (3 hours.) www.cfl.lu

By bus: There is a frequent and efficient bus service which circulates throughout Luxembourg City.

For details of all national public transport options visit www.mobiliteit.lu