Xavier Zaegel, Deloitte

Xavier Zaegel Xavier is a partner within the advisory and consulting group of Deloitte and is leading the Consulting practice for Investment Management and Private Equity/Real Estate in Luxembourg. He has more than 20 years of experience in the asset management industry with a focus on capital markets, regulatory, risk management and valuation topics. He is a member of numerous working groups on AIFM, Financial stability, risk management and valuation at different investment fund associations as AIMA, ALFI, EFAMA or Invest Europe. He is certified risk manager by the Global Association of Risk Professionals.

New infrastructure strategies and trends

Exploring pledge fund structures and flexible solutions for investors


Fund structuring: back to the drawing board

Responding to the ever-changing legal and tax landscape – recent experiences and key developments in fund structuring, including:

  • Most popular investment vehicles and fund regimes (limited partnership; RAIF)
  • Increased complexity of structures (use of multiple layers and feeders)
  • Impact of ATAD I/II and DAC6
  • Trends in the context of real asset funds (incl. value add strategy and retailisation of illiquid funds)
  • New tax for Luxembourg funds directly owning Luxembourg real estate



Sustainable investment in the alternative fund industry – practical considerations when it comes to ESG reporting, data collection and benchmarking


Regulatory outlook: What are the priorities for alternative asset managers

What are the priorities for alternative asset managers


Spotlight II: Workshop - Digital transformation and innovation

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  • How significant is the impact of pandemic on real estate, are fundamental changes on the horizon?
  • Trends before the pandemic and scenarios of future development of the main investment strategies.
  • Examples of innovative/disruptive technologies in real estate and real estate investing
  • When is digitisation a friend and when can it be a foe?
  • Is digital transformation stimulating ESG advancement or is it the other way around?

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