When? April 25th, 2019

Where? Hotel Le Royal

› 1 round table
› 4 keynote sponsors
› 200 registrants in 2018

The N°1 event for private banking professionals since 2010 in Luxembourg.

200 key decision makers from within the financial sector are expected for the eigth edition. Over 75% of the target audience is made up of people working in luxembourgish institutions: private bankers, wealth managers, directors of family offices, life insurers, asset managers, high-level decision-makers from related professions (corporate trusts, law firms, consultancy organisations, etc.)


This year’s topic is “From private banks to wealth management firms: beyond investments

– The need for private bankers to adapt their business model because of increased transparency pressure, well informed clients asking for more high-level & multi-field advice and introduction of low-cost digital offerings having forced fees downwards.
– Rethink the value proposition and attract more clients
– Be more customer-centric and use effective emerging technologies



  • 9:00
    Opening doors
  • 9:15
    Welcome words

    Najat Skeate, President Luxembourg Association Wealth Managers (LAWM)

  • 9:25
    Keynote speech - Rethink the value proposition
  • 9:40
    Keynote speech
  • 10:00
    Keynote speech
  • 10:50
    Round table

    Hans-Peter Borgh, Head of Wealth and Investment Management, Member of the Management Board of Banque Internationale à Luxembourg SA.

  • 0:00
    Coffee Break
  • 11:05
    Keynote speech - Be more customer-centric and use effective emerging technologies
  • 11:40
    Keynote speech


  • 11:50
    Round Table

    Linda Wade, CEO, Spinview

  • 12:10
    Networking Lunch

    by Peter Schramme, Chief Business Development Officer, Objectway

    Which new or disruptive concepts and approaches are looming on the horizon? Some may become mainstream as most of them have the potential to change the competitive battlefield in the Wealth & Investment Management market. This session provides some “food for thought” to ponder about potential future levers of differentiation and for Objectway as a high-level canvas for future roadmap considerations.