Johan Terblanche, Maples Group

Johan Terblanche Johan is Managing Partner of Maples and Calder (Luxembourg), where he is head of the Funds & Investment Management team.  Johan has been focusing on fund structuring / formation and regulated financial business for two decades.  He advises managers and investors of collective investment funds, with a particular focus on alternative funds (including private equity, debt, infrastructure, real estate and hedge funds) and their management entities. Johan joined the Maples Group in 2018.  He was previously a partner in the Financial Services and Investment Management group at Dechert.  Prior to that, Johan was a partner in the investment management practice of an international firm headquartered in the Netherlands. Johan has published numerous industry articles, is a member of several working groups of the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) and is a recognised lawyer in the field of alternative investment funds.

A macro-economic market perspective on opportunistic strategies

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


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?


Testimonies around operational resilience

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


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


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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