Laurianne Delaunay is the Asset Management Director of Marguerite, an infrastructure funds manager established in 2009 by Europe’s leading public financial institutions. She joined the Company in 2018.
Laurianne first gathered her experience in the alternative sector in New York where she worked in the audit department of PwC. She then relocated to the Luxembourg office, focusing on Infrastructure and Private Equity.
After 10+ years of auditing, Laurianne moved to CACEIS Bank Luxembourg where she co-headed the Private Equity and Real Estate Relationship Management team. That gave her the opportunities to follow large infrastructure clients and to participate to various infrastructure conferences.
Laurianne coordinates the LPEA’s Market Practice & Operations Committee.
|09.30 - 10.15||
The future of REIFs
Technology, ESG, Brexit, tax, substance… What keeps real estate fund managers awake at night? (part II – following 2018)
|10.15 - 10.35||
AML – applying regulatory expectation for PE and RE in practice
AML/CTF regulation contains rules that players need to translate into their operational reality. This panel will look at some practical questions of the PE/RE industry, such as applying AML/CTF regulations to the PE/RE assets cycle.
|11.20 - 12.05||
Structuring a RE fund with the investor's jurisdiction in mind
Wherever you are, a Luxembourg property vehicle will allow you to invest worldwide… but small differences apply. Find out what they are.
Different approaches to risk management
There is no one way: in- or outsource risk management? Early involvement and post-deal stress testing: how to organise the process? Which reporting tools to use?
|15.30 - 16.10||
RE regulation and tax alert
What are the key considerations for RE fund structuring in an ever-changing regulatory and tax environment? Fund distribution is changing and so are the fund types used (open-ended). How does this influence NAV calculations? Is the expectation shifting towards short-term (re)structuring? What effect does ATAD II have?
|16.10 - 16.55||
Putting capital to work in infrastructure