20-21 November 2018European Convention Center Luxembourg
Denise Voss is a former Chairman of ALFI, the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry. Denise has worked in the financial industry in Luxembourg since 1990, at Franklin Templeton since 1995, and is currently a member of the board of Franklin Templeton’s Luxembourg-based management company. Prior to Franklin Templeton she worked for 10 years at Coopers & Lybrand in Boston, USA and Luxembourg. Denise holds a Massachusetts C.P.A. license and obtained a bachelors degree from Tufts University, as well as a masters degree in accountancy from Bentley University.
Denise is also Chairwoman of LuxFLAG, an independent agency created in Luxembourg in 2006 to support the financing of sustainable development, by providing clarity for investors through awarding internationally recognised labels to eligible investment vehicles. LuxFLAG also supports a strong network of Associate Members and key partners and regularly shares information on new developments in sustainable finance.
Welcome and introduction
Continuity and stability in a changing environment
Working with moving parts: tax (notably BEPS) regulation, technology, geopolitics etc.
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?
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
Parallel Workshop I: The FUTURE of PE in cooperation with
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
Market developments, regulation, tax, technology: What keeps RE asset managers up at night?
An overview of what real estate experts consider game changers and hot topics. How do they prepare and adapt? How ensure stability in a changing environment?
Responsible decision-making: coupling sustainability and profitability
ESG is on the rise. ‘Green’, social and governance criteria increasingly influence strategy, investment decisions, reporting and marketing. How are asset managers integrating ESG in their internal processes? What are clients asking for? And what about profitability in this new paradigm?
It's all about the investor
Capital raising, structuring, distribution – how to reach and please the investor
Chairperson's introduction & Presentation of the REIF Study
Every pot has its lid - solutions for product developers
Specialising in property types: aged care facilities, student housing, residential property, co-working spaces, etc
Build, buy or borrow-Which operating model is the key to success over the next 10 years?
Which operating model is going to unlock the doors to a successful future?
PropTech, the new kid on the block
Blockchain, tokenisation, crypto: rethinking property ownership
Substance and oversight: moving targets requiring undivided attention
Interview Marco Zwick on CSSF 18/697 and 18/698.
Nicsa webinar sponsored by ALFI15 December 2021, 5 p.m. CET Virtual Event
addressing climate change and social development26 April 2017 Chambre de Commerce
Bringing Asset Managers and Investors centre stage21-22 March 2017 European Convention Center Luxembourg