Eduardo Gramuglia, State Street Bank International GmbH, Luxembourg Branch

Eduardo Gramuglia Eduardo Gramuglia Pallavicino is a senior vice president and country head of State Street in Luxembourg. He is the branch manager of State Street Bank International GmbH, Luxembourg Branch, and is responsible for all activities of State Street Corporation in Luxembourg. In his role, Eduardo leads and manages the branch in compliance with applicable laws and regulation, according to strategic and business objectives, risk appetite, compliance programs, and values of State Street Bank International GmbH in the wider context of the State Street Corporation. Prior to this role, Eduardo was responsible for business development, relationship management, client onboarding and change. He was an authorised manager and a member of the State Street Bank Luxembourg management board. Previously, Eduardo held several senior management roles at ABN Amro Mellon and Brown Brothers Harriman in Luxembourg, where he was the head of sales and relationship management. Eduardo has more than 20 years of experience in the asset servicing and capital markets industry, including experience within custody client services, securities lending and foreign exchange, relationship management, and operations management. He also had general management responsibilities, including oversight of central administration for Luxembourg funds. Eduardo is an active member of the Association of Luxembourg Funds Industry (ALFI). He is a member of the Board of Directors of ALFI and contributes to the work of several of its working groups. Additionally, Eduardo is a member of the Board of Directors of the Luxembourg House of Financial Technology (the LHoFT) and several State Street companies. He has a degree in political science from the University La Sapienza in Rome, and speaks Spanish, Italian, French and English.

Continuity and stability in a changing environment

Working with moving parts: tax (notably BEPS) regulation, technology, geopolitics etc.
What are the solutions for “business as usual”?


PE Structuring trends: the how and why

Structuring funds in an international context, making the best of the Luxembourg toolbox, accommodating demands from international investors: How is it done well?
Parallel structures, master-feeder structures: Why are they used?


Brexit: where to from here?


Drivers of change for private equity funds' operating models

ALFI PE Survey: Key insights from the PE fund industry perspective in Luxembourg
Operating models are changing under the influence of regulation, cost, automation and digitalisation. How can these models be optimised to deliver on strategy? What is at stake?


Parallel Workshop I: The FUTURE of PE in cooperation with

  • Eduardo Gramuglia

    Eduardo Gramuglia Senior Vice President State Street Bank International GmbH, Luxembourg Branch


Parallel Workshop II: Tax (BEPS, ATAD)

The ever changing tax landscape – How upcoming changes including BEPS and ATAD will impact PE and other alternative investment fund structures


Sustainable PE: a value-driven approach in building and managing portfolio companies

Sustainable growth companies increasingly catch investors’ interest through their combination of financial performance and positive impact generation. PE managers incorporate ESG aspects into their investment analysis, decision-making and monitoring.  The impact of sustainability aspects on every phase of the PE deal.


Practical insights on how to build an effective RM Function