Alessia Lorenti, Edmond de Rothschild

Alessia Lorenti

Alessia Lorenti joined Edmond de Rothschild in 2018. She has 20 years of experience in investment funds and institutional management.
She started her career in 1998 at Crédit Agricole Indosuez  in Paris. She then went on to work for Caceis Bank Luxembourg, where she held a number of different positions over 15 years, including head of the sales & relationship management team responsible for institutional fund management clients based in the US and the UK.
Alessia joined BIL in 2015, where she was in charge of business development for non-banking financial institutions (management companies, private equity funds, real estate and debt, insurers and regulated fintech).
Alessia is also active in several organizations on the financial market, as a member of ALFI working groups and the BCCL financial services group (British Chamber of Commerce for Luxembourg).

8.40

A macro-economic market perspective on opportunistic strategies

Looking at the impact of Covid-19, Brexit and other market impacts


9.05

Implications of the current environment on operations

Impact of valuations and governance on operations

  • What are the borrowers’ and investors’ needs that asset managers of private debt funds are facing?
  • Covid-19: challenges and opportunities in private debt with a focus on Southern Europe
  • Structuring considerations: how does the ELTIF broaden the investor base reach in capital raising efforts?

9.50

Testimonies around operational resilience

What are the current transformation initiatives of key market players taking into account some lessons learned from confinement


10.30

Why Luxembourg?

Luxembourg as a fund hub: hear from an asset manager with a Luxembourg product line spanning UCITS, funds of funds and private equity funds as they share their thoughts on Luxembourg management companies, service providers and their plans for the future


13.55

Spotlight II: The age of analytics and illiquid assets

How to access and manage data? How to interpret and make data meaningful? The move towards data consolidation and concentration.

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