Isabel Høg-Jensen, Bonn Steichen & Partners

Isabel Høg-Jensen

Isabel has been active in the investment fund industry since 2001.

At BSP, she assists fund promoters and asset managers in relation to the structuring and establishment of a wide range of funds including undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities, private equity, real estate and debt funds.

She provides advice on compliance with all aspects of the regulatory regime applicable to investment funds and in particular the alternative investment fund managers directive (AIFMD).

Isabel is in charge within the investment management department of BSP for the sustainable finance development and regulatory follow up.

Prior to joining BSP in July 2017, she worked for ALFI as Senior Legal Adviser and was part of the ALFI team participating in the discussion regarding the implementation of the alternative investment fund managers directive. Isabel also held the position as Senior Legal Counsel at HSBC Securities Services (Luxembourg) S.A. for more than five years providing legal assistance on the structuring of alternative investment funds such as hedge funds, private equity and funds of funds. Prior to that she was an associate for three years with Linklaters LLP providing legal assistance for the setting up of UCITS funds and hedge funds.

Agenda

09.05 - 09.40

Distribution in Europe and beyond

The session will cover the latest trends in global distribution of funds in Europe and outside Europe and explain how using a Luxembourg fund can help asset managers to reach out to investors across the globe.


09.40 - 10.15

The Luxembourg toolbox

Experts from the Luxembourg fund industry will explain the Luxembourg toolbox and operating models and the different solutions offered to Nordic asset managers.


10.15 - 10.50

Alternative Funds

The panel will give an update on the latest figures and developments in the alternative investment sector with a focus on Private Equity and Real Estate.

It will also present the newest fund structure in Luxembourg: the RAIF and explain what it has to offer to Nordic asset managers.


10.50 - 11.25

Sustainable finance

This session will cover the recent developments in sustainable finance – a key topic on the European regulatory agenda. It will also discuss retail and institutional trends as well as practical approaches in integrating ESG factors in the investment process and the opportunities SDGs can offer to asset managers.