Experienced Property Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in Property development and the financial services industry. Cambridge Graduate, skilled in Lecturing, Cultural Heritage Management, Public Speaking. Strong finance professional with a Masters focused in Wealth Management from the Luxembourg School of Finance.
Hans-Peter Borgh is the Global Head of Wealth Management & International Corporate Development of Banque Internationale à Luxembourg. He joined the bank, of which he is a member of the Management Board, in November 2015.
Hans-Peter Borgh, age 45, of Dutch nationality, holds a Master in Business Administration. Prior to joining BIL he was Chief Commercial Officer for Private Banking Asia & Middle East at ABN AMRO. Before that, Hans-Peter Borgh was Regional Head Affluent Banking Asia Pacific at ANZ. He started his career at ABN AMRO in 1997 where he held different positions in retail and private banking in Europe mainly, including Switzerland.
At Fuchs & Associés, Roger Hartmann is in charge to support the Group’s growth, based on five distinct business lines : WealthManagement, Family Office, Trading Desk, Life Insurance Brokerage and Fund Solutions. In charge of various corporate and business projects in both Luxembourg and Switzerland.
Roger has more than 35 years of experience on the financial market and in the private banking industry.
Passionate by human relationships, Julien Hugo, Country Manager of Prodware Luxembourg, develops Customer Experience strategies and drives solutions implementations for more than 10 years now. Envisioning customer engagement solutions deserves a real strategy, and the company must reinvent the process and deeply change its culture to make it happen. Capitalizing on all his years of experience implementing CRM tools in the wealth management and life insurance sector, he actively participated to the creation and the packaging of our “Wealth Management” Solution at Prodware.
Linda Wade is CEO and Co-founder for Spinview, a platform that makes using VR & AR simple and cost effective for all, unlocking business performance, drives transformation using real world visualisation, data and innovation.
Spinview believes immersive visualisation experiences can provide information and analysis that makes our complex world easier and faster to navigate and can inspire their customers to make smarter decisions. Passionately curious about people, places and products, the company empowers their partners with a suite of immersive VR & AR tools and services that allow them to start their own data-driven revolutions which translate into competitive advantages – evaluated and recommended not on the basis of ‘wouldn’t it be cool if…’ but rather, ‘what gets our client closer to solving their challenge’.
Prior to co-founding Spinview, Linda was Head of Business Development in EMEA for Microsoft and Managing Director of Clear Media where she brings a wealth of technical business acumen, commercial experience and strategic vision to the VR space – helping businesses with regenerating and structuring their business and partnerships and using these new technologies to the best advantage.
As a champion of flexible working, with Spinview she is driving for equality and for female leadership roles in immersive tech.
Luca Tomasi is Group Head of Private Banking for a family owned bank headquartered in Luxembourg with offices in Zurich, Geneva, Monaco, London, Liechtenstein and Dubai. Luca has over25 years of experience in private client management, advising clients throughout Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
Luca specialised in wealth planning and has worked with large families handling capital preservation and enhancement as well as intergenerational transmission of wealth. The evolution of the industry has led Luca to further develop his skills in the compliance and risk aspects of Private Banking as well as operational risks assessments and controls.
Luca is a Fellow of the Securities & Investment Institute, a founding member of the Benelux branch of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners, is a diplomate Fellow of the International Compliance Association and a Member of the Institute of Directors.
Alexandre Cegarra joined Societe Generale Group in 2005. He benefits from 20 years of professional experience in the banking and asset management industries, including time working as Portfolio Manager at HSBC and Equity Fund Manager at Dexia Asset Management. He then joined Societe Generale Private Banking Luxembourg as Equity Portfolio Manager. After having extended its responsibilities in 2009 as Head of Discretionary Portfolio Management, he has been appointed Chief Investment Officer in December 2011. Alexandre is Chief Executive Officer at Societe Generale Private Wealth Management (SGPWM) since October 2013 and oversees Asset Management activities in Luxembourg, Geneva and Monaco. He also holds several Non-Executive Director positions. Alexandre holds a Master’s degree in Finance and is CFA and CAIA Charterholder.
Jonathan Prince is co-founder of Finologee a Luxembourg-based FinTech and RegTech specialist. The company runs a trusted digital platform that simplifies connectivity between financial institutions and a variety of FinTech solution such as ID document validation, video chat, electronic signatures, access to bank account (PSD2), KYC/remediation tools and messaging features. In 2012, he co-founded Digicash, the Luxembourg banks’ mobile payment system. Jonathan is also partner at Mpulse handling over 95% of messaging and micropayments made via mobile operators in Luxembourg. Finologee was recognized as Luxembourg’s Finance Startup of the Year and received the APSI Startup Award in 2018. Finologee is regulated by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) as Professional of the Financial Sector (“PSF de Support”).
Erika joined Deloitte in 2017 in the Strategy, Regulatory & Corporate Finance department where she currently focuses on the Banking Industry, helping clients to face strategic and regulatory challenges.
Erika has strong expertise in leading projects in the Banking industry, on strategic, regulatory and outsourcing projects. She particularly has significant experience in the definition of corporate and business unit strategies as well as M&A related topics. Erika led large strategic projects including a BPO project and MIFID II implementation. Erika is used to work in closed collaboration with Management Board members and CEO’s.
Before joining Deloitte Luxembourg, Erika worked as head of the strategy department of a major universal bank in Luxembourg as well as head of organization in a Private Bank in Belgium. Before focusing on strategy and organization matters, Erika worked as marketing manager for a financial industry services company while co-leading marketing evening classes at Solvay Business School in Belgium (on market surveys). Before working 12 years in the financial sector, Erika was a management consultant with McKinsey.
Erika holds Masters and Bachelors degrees in Business Administration from Louvain School of Management in Belgium. Erika also holds a PMI/PMP Project Management Certification.
Pascal is a partner within the consulting department and has 15 years of experience. Pascal is co-leading Deloitte Digital for Luxembourg as well as the Banking Practice for Consulting. His areas of expertise cover the definition of business and digital strategies, the design of target operating models (Process, organisation and technical), the optimisation of processes, the feasibility studies and implementation of Business Process Outsourcing and the feasibility studies of Core Banking replacement.
Douwe is the Editor-in-Chief of the Luxembourg Times. He is an experienced international journalist, who has covered banking, economics, and financial regulation. A Dutch national, Douwe started working for Reuters in Amsterdam. He then was based in Frankfurt and Zurich, before becoming Chief Correspondent in London in 2008, where he covered the financial crisis. His final posting for Reuters was in Washington D.C. Before Reuters, he worked in Public Relations at the Dutch Central Bank. Most recently, he was employed as a spokesman at the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).
Ty Murphy is Art Advisor who assists art collectors and art investors navigate the art market when considering the the sale and acquisition of blue chip artworks works with a strong emphases on “due diligence in art transactions”. He has an acute awareness of the complexities of the Art market and regularly speaks on a range of topics such as Investing in Art, The role of the Art advisor and Due Diligence for collectors. He has also written for a range of Fine Art and Family Office publications. www.domos.uk