Natalie Westerbarkey is Director and Head of EU Public Policy at Fidelity International based in Luxembourg. She joined Fidelity in November 2017 and has over 15 years of experience in financial services. In August 2018 she was appointed as Board Director of FIL (Luxembourg) S.A., is a Deutsche Börse certified Board Director and Luxembourg ILA Independent Director member.
Her responsibilities cover public policies relevant for the asset management industry impacting Fidelity, its clients and engaging with policy makers as well as industry, such as EFAMA where she is appointed as Vice-Chair of the Investor Education Platform since September 2018. Thematic focus in her current role includes ESG, sustainable finance, and pension policies.
Ms Westerbarkey joined Fidelity from ADIA, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and was based in the Middle East for 3 years. She held responsibilities across regulatory risk, compliance and public policy activities and lead a project assessing the impact of climate change on investments across asset classes chaired by the CIO. Prior she was Director at Citigroup in London for almost 9 years with roles in Government Affairs, Client & Sales Management and the Investor Business; before she worked for Clifford Chance in London as a lawyer, at the European Commission in Brussels and as a lawyer in Germany.
Ms Westerbarkey qualified as a judge in Germany. She completed with distinction an Executive MBA with focus on asset management and EU/Asian markets at Cass Business School in London in 2011. She received an award as best student for the LLM Master Degree in International Investment, Banking and Trade Law at Oxford Brookes University in 2005. She holds a certificate from Yale School of Management/EDHEC in investment management and risk from 2018/2019, an International Compliance Officer Certificate from CLL in 2015, and completed management trainings held by Harvard Business School and INSEAD Business School. She was born and raised in Latin America.
Vermögensverwaltung im nächsten Jahrzehnt
Produkte und Trends der Zukunft:
Kooperationen als Lösung?
Der Fondsstandort Luxemburg im digitalen Wandel
ALFI und der BVI im Interview
ALFI und der BVI im Gespräch mit Silvia Mayers
Workshop I: Nachhaltiges Investieren am Finanzplatz Luxemburg
Luxemburg hat den größten Marktanteil an börsennotierten Green Bonds weltweit und ist führend in Europa bei nachhaltigen Investmentsfonds. Warum ist das so und welche Anreize erwarten Fondsinitiatoren?
Workshop II: Vertrieb – neueste Entwicklungen und Chancen für die Zukunft
Was sind die aktuellen Tendenzen bei Produkten? Was verkauft sich gut? An wen und weshalb?
Workshop III: Alternative Anlageklassen
Wie nutzt man Luxemburg als Plattform für Alternative Investments richtig?