Julie Becker, Luxembourg Stock Exchange

Julie Becker Julie Becker leads the International Primary Markets activity. Her team is responsible for listing, data services, as well as the promotion and development of LuxSE markets for international debt, equities, derivatives and investment funds. In 2016, she has been appointed to the EU High-Level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance. The nomination came just several months after the launch of the Luxembourg Green Exchange, a project which Julie initiated and supervised. Before joining LuxSE in 2013, Julie had assumed different positions in the Legal and Compliance departments in the banking sector, including at Dexia and the Central Bank of Luxembourg. She holds a Master in European & Corporate Law and a Master (DEA) in Private Law from the University of Nancy, France; she holds the Advanced Training Diploma in Banking and Financial Law of the European Union from the AEDBF & Leuven CCLE Luxembourg Association and is an alumna of the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
10.00 - 10.45

Climate change impacting the financial world

Risk Management implications

  • Green Investments and Climat exposure – existing and new investment opportunities
  • Impact on Risk Management: existing tools, need for additional measures
  • Impact of the transition to a low carbon economy for risk managers
  • Julie Becker

    Julie Becker Member of the Executive Committee Luxembourg Stock Exchange


11.15 - 12.00

Blockchain – a game changer for asset management’s operating model?

The Risk Management perspective

  • Current and future use cases for blockchain in asset management
  • Risks / challenges / opportunities – impacts for (operational) risk managers

15.40 - 15.55

Focus on the Regulator: What’s on the agenda?

Setting-the-Scene – Impact of current regulatory initiatives

  • EU: MiFID II, PRIIPs
  • Global: MMF, ETFs

Followed by a panel Discussion

  • Outlook on upcoming regulatory priorities
  • Risk reporting & leverage/liquidity risk policy evolution
  • AIFMD/UCITS review
  • Brexit & EU delegation rules
  • Blockchain & Crypto Currencies