Daphné Schraub-Chanteloup, HIG Capital

Daphné Schraub-Chanteloup

Daphné Schraub-Chanteloup is the head the Luxembourg HIG office, in charge of the oversight of the structuring of the acquisitions, restructuring and exit as well as the set up and day to day management of the Luxembourg vehicles including Luxembourg regulated funds. Prior to her current role, Daphné spent 7 years in the tax financial services department of EY, providing tax advice to investments funds, in the private equity, real estate and debt sectors, setting up their Luxembourg regulated and non-regulated platforms, including structuring of intermediate holding, financing arrangements, management participation and co-investment programmes.

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.

  • Lars Thomas

    Lars Thomas Executive Director, Private Capital Markets Europe CapitaLand Investment


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

  • Specific expectations from investors in infrastructure
  • Key structuring challenges of transactions in infrastructure
  • Are retail investors the future for infrastructure funds?
  • Can private funds invest in all types of infrastructure assets?