Camille Gailey- Bléhaut heads the Funds Legal team for UBS Asset Management covering EMEA and Switzerland. Together with her team she covers fund structuring and life cycle management for traditional, ETF and alternative (Real Estate, Private Equity, Infrastructure, direct and indirect) funds established in Luxembourg, Switzerland, Ireland, UK, Germany, France and Italy.
Prior to this, Camille was developing Alternative funds, and primarily Real Estate Funds within the Asset Management business of UBS.
Camille started her career in the Banking department of Clifford Chance in London, she is French and UK qualified and has over 15 years of industry experience.
|09.35 - 10.20||
Luxembourg as a PE hub: why the trend is accelerating
The PE fund business relies on administration and operations teams that can react fast. As strong growth figures testify, Luxembourg’s reputation as a reliable hub from which to serve the European alternative fund market has gone global. Many local expert practitioners and service providers work together seamlessly to ensure the best outcome for deals in any market. Panellists discuss what is needed to continue and even grow the trend.
|10.50 - 11.35||
Embrace technology, maximise efficiency
Cloud-based solutions, machine learning, blockchain, etc. – how necessary, difficult, beneficial is it really to embark upon the technology (r)evolution?
|11.35 - 11.55||
Secondaries: the wind of change?
Interview: Shift from a niche market to a functional and active market place with sophisticated players.
|14.10 - 14.50||
Private debt – opportunities and challenges
Negative yields force investors to plunge into riskier debt. Technologies are shaking the traditional way of doing business. What is the investment climate for private debt in the key European markets? How will the industry face the next downturn when it finally arrives? EU regulations are still to be tested in a downturn.
|14.50 - 15.25||
Tax aspects of PE – a lifelong learning experience
ATAD, BEPS Action point 6 (substance) and DAC Mandatory Disclosure Rules- how to deal with the new EU rules in practice. What are the impacts on PE fund structuring?
|16.15 - 16.55||
PE for the greater Good
Private equity investors aim at creating thriving businesses. They are no strangers to long-term strategies, which makes ESG aspects and active ownership crucial elements of their investments decisions. What about the financial rewards? Are PE and ESG really a match made in heaven?