GFSI2020 Geneva Forum for Sustainable Investment

Due to the current Covid-19 situation, GFSI2020 is postponed to 3 September 2020. Any change in the program will be announced on our website.

The 11th edition of the Geneva Forum for Sustainable Investment will give the floor to thought leaders in the sustainable finance industry and showcase present the most innovative solutions addressing the major challenges of our transitioning economies.

Registration will be open soon.


About the Geneva Forum for Sustainable Investment

The Geneva Forum for Sustainable Investment (GFSI) is the annual meeting point where investors can learn about best practices and meet key asset managers and main players in the sustainable finance industry. The objectives of this event are:

  • Emphasize the issues at stake in terms of corporate social responsibility, governance and environment;
  • Promote Switzerland as an innovative hub for sustainable finance;
  • Present new sustainable invest­ment strategies and allocations to an audience of wealth management professionals;
  • Gather industry leaders showcasing their expertise on a common platform.

The GFSI has been able to reinvent itself and strengthen its image among the actors of sustainable finance. Not only has it succeeded in attracting an audience of specialists, but it has also broadened its circle of participants attracting the investment community at large. Today, the GFSI has become a key event in the development of sustainable finance and sustainable investment in Switzerland.

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The GFSI2020 addresses

  • Independent asset managers and advisors
  • Family offices
  • Portfolio managers
  • Fund selectors
  • Financial analysts
  • CIOs
  • Pension fund managers and institutional consultants
  • Trustees & fiduciaries

All other positions/qualifications will be charged an entry fee of CHF 300.00.

ORGANIZERS

Leader in the organization of financial events in Switzerland, Voxia has set up forums, seminars and roadshows for over 250 companies in Switzerland’s main financial centers in recent years. Our events are dedicated to asset management professionals. Voxia’s added value lies in its in-depth knowledge of financial products & services, its expertise in financial communication and its organizational skills. Voxia provides asset managers the opportunity to open a direct dialog with investors and showcase their products, services and expertise.

Founded in Geneva in 2007, Conser is a Swiss-based, independent consulting company, 100% dedicated to sustainable investing. Conser has developed a unique and innovative ESG digital tool to measure and improve the impact and sustainability of portfolios. The company is a pioneer in the industry addressing ESG issues systematically and assisting investors to align their investments with sustainability goals. Conser is a recognized key player and a thought leader in the development of the sustainable finance industry.

speakers

Hendrik-Jan Boer

Head of Sustainable Investments - NN Investment Partners

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Hendrik-Jan Boer

Head of Sustainable Investments - NN Investment Partners

Hendrik-Jan Boer is Head of the Sustainable & Impact equity team within the Specialized Equity Team of NN Investment Partners since 2004. He is also the lead Portfolio Manager for the Global and European Sustainable Equity Strategies, Chair of the NN IP third party assets Proxy Voting Committee, and Member of the NN IP ESG Committee.

From 2001 to 2003 he was Manager at the ING IM Institutional Business Development department, responsible for institutional client acquisition in The Netherlands. Prior to that, Hendrik-Jan Boer was Senior Portfolio Manager at ING IM Global Equity team, responsible for development and construction of international equity model portfolios and coverage of the global Health Care sector. From 1998 to 2000 he served as Senior Portfolio Manager at ING IM European Equity team, covering Retail, Transportation, Media and Automobile sectors and from 1997 to 1998 as Senior corporate analyst at NatWest Securities, focused on the European transportation and consumer sectors. Hendrik-Jan Boer was also Senior corporate and European sector analyst (transportation) at I.R.I.S. (Institute for Research and Investment Services, joint venture of Rabobank and Robeco) from 1992 to 1997 and Strategist and corporate analyst at Swiss Bank Corp from 1990 to 1992.

Hendrik-Jan Boer is DSI Registered and holds a MSc in Economics from Erasmus University, Rotterdam.

Katherine Brown

Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing - World Economic Forum

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Katherine Brown

Head of Sustainable and Impact Investing - World Economic Forum

A demonstrated thought leader and global citizen with over 20 years of professional experience centered around entrepreneurial endeavors, strategy, and catalyzing multi-stakeholder interaction. Katherine Brown currently leads the World Economic Forum’s practice on sustainable and impact investing within the Investors Industries group. Previously with the Young Global Leader (YGL) Community, she engages top business, government, and civil society leaders in initiatives and activities aimed at creating positive social and environmental change in the business world. In essence, her day job is transforming complexity into concrete action and navigating ambiguity to find shared value.

Cristina Cedillo

Engagement Specialist - RobecoSAM

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Cristina Cedillo

Engagement Specialist - RobecoSAM

Cristina Cedillo is Engagement Specialist, specializing in environmental topics. She is responsible for conducting engagement related to environmental topics linked to climate risks and regulations, and their impact on corporate strategy. Prior to joining Robeco in 2014, Cristina gained over two years of experience in ESG issues working at the Dutch development bank as well as in the non-profit sector. She holds a Master’s in International Business Law from Utrecht University and a Master’s in International Relations and Diplomacy from Leiden University.

Dorothée Chapuis

Marketing Director in charge of the development of responsible investment offers - Societe Generale Private Banking Switzerland

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Dorothée Chapuis

Marketing Director in charge of the development of responsible investment offers - Societe Generale Private Banking Switzerland

Dorothée Chapuis is the Marketing Director of Societe Generale Private Banking Switzerland, in charge of the development of responsible investment offers since 2017.

Graduated from the engineering school of mines of Saint Etienne, she joined the group in 2001. She began in asset management where she successively held the positions of manager of performance analysis and customer reporting then Portfolio manager.

She then joined the French Private Bank in 2010, in charge of developing the private management offers. She was also responsible for diversification, philanthropy and sustainable development offers. In 2015, she took on the position of marketing manager of the advisory in Switzerland to then create the marketing department of the private bank in Switzerland.

Nicolas Claquin

Senior Portfolio Manager, SRI Specialist - Societe Generale Private Banking Switzerland

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Nicolas Claquin

Senior Portfolio Manager, SRI Specialist - Societe Generale Private Banking Switzerland

Nicolas Claquin is a senior Investment Manager. He joined Societe Generale in 2015. Previously he was Investment Director at Unigestion in Geneva in the Cross-Asset Solutions Team, responsible of the asset allocation of Private Client Portfolio. Prior to that he was Senior Portfolio manager and Fund Analyst at HSBC Private Bank in Paris, responsible of the US Fund Selection and Lead PM of a US Equity Fund. He started his career in 1999 as an Economist at HSBC in Paris.

He is also a member of the Investment Committee of the Pension Fund of the bank and responsible of the SRI solutions for Societe Generale Private Banking Switzerland.
Nicolas Claquin holds a Master’s Degree in Economy and Econometry from the University of Paris I La Sorbonne.

David Czupryna

Head of ESG Development - Candriam

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David Czupryna

Head of ESG Development - Candriam

David Czupryna currently holds the position of Head of ESG Development at Candriam. Prior to that, he has been the SRI Client Portfolio Manager. As a member of the team of SRI analysts and portfolio managers, David’s role is to deliver Candriam’s unique blend of sustainability credentials and market wisdom to European investors. Before that, David led the growth of SRI strategies in German speaking countries at Sycomore Asset Management and in Northern Europe at Erste Asset Management. David started his career with BNP Paribas in London on the equity derivative structuring desk.

David holds an MBA from the University of Cambridge as well as Masters degrees in political science from the Free University of Brussels and the Catholic University of Louvain.

Florent Deixonne

Head of Sustainable & Responsible Investments - Lyxor AM

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Florent Deixonne

Head of Sustainable & Responsible Investments - Lyxor AM

Florent Deixonne has 15 years of experience in the asset management industry, of which 13 years within the SG Group.  Florent Deixonne heads the Sustainable and Responsible Investments team Lyxor since 2014. During 6 years, he has been Head of Risk in charge of New Products’ risk analysis & validation for LYXOR worldwide. Previously, he spent 5 years as Senior Structured Products Fund Manager at the portfolio insurance desk. Prior to that, he was Quantitative Analyst during 2 years at AXA Investment Managers.

He is a graduate from Ecole Spéciale de Mécanique et d’Electricité (2003) and from HEC in International Finance (2004).

 

Jean-Philippe Desmartin

Head of Responsible Investment - Edmond de Rothschild AM

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Jean-Philippe Desmartin

Head of Responsible Investment - Edmond de Rothschild AM

Jean-Philippe Desmartin took up his position as head of our responsible investment team in 2016. He is a graduate of the Paris University II (business law and management) as well as the IEP in Paris (finance and economics). He started his career in 1993 in the financial engineering department at Crédit du Nord. From 1997 to 1999, he was a project manager at the Alpha group before moving to the extra-financial agency ARESE as head of development. In 2003, he was a director at Innovest and then in 2004 founded his own consultancy business, Desmartin Conseil. From 2005, he was head of ESG research at Oddo Securities.

Jean-Philippe Desmartin is a member of several working groups and international committees seeking to further ESG issues (the European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies – EFFAS, Principles for Responsible Investment – PRI, World Intellectual Capital Initiative – WICI). He has co-written three books on responsible investments, l’Investissement Socialement Responsable (2005), ISR et Finance Responsable (2014) and the Routledge Handbook of Responsible Investment (2015). His practice was the object of a business case conducted by the Harvard Business School (HBS) in 2011. In 2015, his work was recognised as innovative by an international jury of academics and institutional investors at the Investment Innovation Benchmark (IIB).

Angela de Wolff

Managing Partner - Conser

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Angela de Wolff

Managing Partner - Conser

Active in the financial sector for 25 years, 18 years in RI. Entrepreneur and committed to sustainable development. Former Head of RI at Lombard Odier. Long standing expertise in sustainable investing. Current Board Member of BCGE, SIFEM and Swiss Sustainable Finance. Master in Economics (HEC Lausanne) and CEFA.

Léa Dunand-Chatellet

Head of the Responsible Investment department - DNCA, Natixis

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Léa Dunand-Chatellet

Head of the Responsible Investment department - DNCA, Natixis

Léa Dunand-Chatellet is Head of the Responsible Investment department at DNCA since June, 2018.

Léa started her career in 2005 at Oddo Securities’ extra-financial research department, then became portfolio manager and Head of ESG research at Sycomore Asset Management in 2010. She spent five years at the company, setting up and managing a range of SRI funds, achieving a top AAA ranking from Citywire. Working within the investment management industry, she developed a pioneering extra-financial model that includes sustainable development issues in the fund management approach. In 2015, she joined Mirova as Equity CIO, managing a team of ten equity portfolio managers.

Léa Dunand-Chatellet, is a graduate of the École Normale Supérieure (ENS), with an agregation in economy and management (university highest-level competitive examination for teachers’ recruitment), and is also a member of various committees on the Paris financial market. She teaches courses on responsible investment in some of France’s major business schools on a yearly basis and co-authored a key publication in 2014 “SRI and Responsible Investment” (published by Ellipse, available in French only).

Alan Fitzpatrick

Product Specialist in the Responsible Investment team - BMO GAM

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Alan Fitzpatrick

Product Specialist in the Responsible Investment team - BMO GAM

Alan Fitzpatrick joined BMO Global Asset Management in 2019 as Vice President, Product Specialist in the Responsible Investment team. He is responsible for overseeing the global delivery of our global reo® business with a particular focus on managing the relationships with a number of reo® clients. He was previously at Hermes EOS, which he joined in 2016, as Manager – Client Development, where he was responsible for managing the relationships with a number of global clients and assisting in the development of the client service offering.

Ulrik Fugmann

Fund Manager, Equities - BNP Paribas AM

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Ulrik Fugmann

Fund Manager, Equities - BNP Paribas AM

In 2012 Ulrik Fugmann co-founded thematic boutique asset manager North Shore Partners, with offices in London and Shanghai, which was subsequently acquired by London based alternative asset manager Duet Group. At Duet he served as co-chief investment officer and managed a natural resources fund. Previously Ulrik worked at Goldman Sachs. During his 10 years there he ran the global principal thematic investment group, special situations investing and worked in the Principal Strategies Group, focusing on investing in energy, materials, agriculture and industrials markets globally. He holds an MSc in Political Science & Finance from the University of Copenhagen.

Hervé Guez

Global Head of Research and CIO of Equities and Fixed Income - Mirova, Natixis

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Hervé Guez

Global Head of Research and CIO of Equities and Fixed Income - Mirova, Natixis

Hervé Guez is Global Head of Research and CIO of Equities and Fixed Income for Mirova.

Prior to joining Mirova in 2008, he served for 12 years as a financial analyst for CCF-HSBC and HSCB-CACIB. As head of Mirova’s Responsible Investment research team, he developed the philosophy and methodology now used by the firm’s SRI analysts. Mr. Guez’s work informs the integration of ESG criteria across the whole of Natixis Asset Management and serves as the basis for the investment strategies pursued by Mirova’s actively managed, sustainability-themed funds in the realms of equities, fixed income, and infrastructure. In partnership with the University of Cambridge, Mirova’s research team regularlypublish studies that address issues of sustainability and their investment implications.

Mr. Guez serves on the board of the French SIF (Social Investment Forum), and represents Mirova within the UNEP Finance Initiative, the PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment), Eurosif (European Sustainable Investment Forum) and the SRI commission of the AFG. He holds a master’s degree in banking and finance (DESS Banque-Finance), holds the SFAF diploma and is a Certified International Investment Analyst® (CIIA®).

Dominique Habegger

Senior Vice President & Head of Cadmos Fund, de Pury Pictet Turrettini - SSF

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Dominique Habegger

Senior Vice President & Head of Cadmos Fund, de Pury Pictet Turrettini - SSF

Dominique Habegger holds a Master degree in Finance from the University of St. Gallen and has 23 years of dedicated sustainable finance expertise. He joined de Pury Pictet Turrettini in 2013 to develop the Cadmos Engagement Funds and pave the way for the next generation of liquid impact investments. Throughout his career that started in 1996 with SAM (RobecoSAM), he has always strived to demonstrate that it is possible to reconcile profitability with responsibility. Lombard Odier hired him in 1998 in order to meet the demand from a large institutional client. With his team of seven, they initiated a pioneer ESG risk rating framework which was first applied to the client’s portfolio. This technique was then used in 1999 to integrate ESG risks to standard financial risk metrics and to win first ESG mandates.

To fill the data gap, Dominique Habegger designed in 2003 together with Asset4’s founding team, the first web-based ESG database and modular rating system. Prestigious clients and investors like Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch onboarded until the financial crisis in 2008. Asset4 was later sold to ThomsonReuters and before joining PPT, Dominique contributed in developing Ethos’s network of pension funds and its Engagement Pool.

Grégoire Haenni

Chief Investment Officer - Caisse de Prévoyance de l'Etat de Genève (CPEG)

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Grégoire Haenni

Chief Investment Officer - Caisse de Prévoyance de l'Etat de Genève (CPEG)

Grégoire Haenni is the Chief Investment Officer of the pension fund of the state of Geneva (CPEG) he joined in June 2014. He is responsible for the pension fund’s asset allocation efforts for all multi-asset classes. Prior to that, he was the CIO of the pension fund of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, based in Geneva, Switzerland. During his almost 5-year time at CERN, he put in place an in­vestment framework today acknowledged as the CERN Investment Model. Before that, Grégoire Haenni headed the Research and Investment Department of Bank of China (Suisse) Fund Management SA. He also founded Bedrock Alternative Asset Management SA, a subsidiary of Bedrock Group where he led the research and portfolio management activities. From 2001 to 2007, Grégoire Haenni was a fund manager and a senior analyst at Pictet & Cie’s Alternative Investment Department. He started his career in 1997 as a financial analyst and portfolio manager at Merchiston Management SA.

Grégoire Haenni holds a PhD in Mathematical Statistics of the Econometrics Department of the University of Geneva where he specialized in multi-dimensional statistics giving lectures to BSc. and MSc. students.

Juliana Hansveden

Lead Portfolio Manager - Nordea AM

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Juliana Hansveden

Lead Portfolio Manager - Nordea AM

Juliana Hansveden began her career as a research analyst at BlackRock in London where she covered European equities, later moving to the Global Emerging Markets team, where she specialised in Emerging Asian equities. Juliana Hansveden joined Nordea Investment Management in 2014 from AP1, First Swedish National Pension Fund, where she was assistant portfolio manager and research analyst in the Global Equities team based in Stockholm. At Nordea, Juliana Hansveden initially worked as co-portfolio manager on Nordea’s Emerging Markets funds until late 2016 when she went on extended maternity leave. As of March 2018, Juliana Hansveden is the lead portfolio manager on Nordea’s Emerging Markets, Asia and China funds.

Juliana Hansveden earned a MSc in Economics and Business from the Stockholm School of Economics in 2007 and is a CFA® charterholder.

Silke Humbert

Vice Director, Head of Product Specialists "Equities and Themes" - Swisscanto Invest by ZKB

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Silke Humbert

Vice Director, Head of Product Specialists "Equities and Themes" - Swisscanto Invest by ZKB

Silke Humbert has worked in asset management at Zürcher Kantonalbank since 2007. As Senior Quantitative Portfolio Manager, she had shared responsibility for the GTAA and FX overlay mandates. She became a product specialist in 2013 and has been managing the team of product specialists in the Equities and Themes department since February 2016. She studied physics and economics.

Nicolas Jacob

Head of ESG Research - ODDO BHF AM

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Nicolas Jacob

Head of ESG Research - ODDO BHF AM

Nicolas Jacob is Head of ESG Research at ODDO BHF Asset Management. He joined ODDO BHF Asset Management in 2017 after working as Co-Head of ESG Research at ODDO Securities from 2012 to 2016. He first joined ODDO Securities as Head of Insurance sector in 2005. Previously, he worked as Portfolio Manager/ Analyst in European Equities at Ixis Asset Management. He first started his career as Cash Manager at CDC GmbH in Germany. Nicolas Jacob is a member of the SFAF and holds the CIIA. He also holds a Master degree in Finance from the ESCEM and a Postgraduate degree from IPAG Paris.

Bertille Knuckey

Head of Sustainable & Responsible Investment & Portfolio Manager - Sycomore AM

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Bertille Knuckey

Head of Sustainable & Responsible Investment & Portfolio Manager - Sycomore AM

Bertille Knuckey joined Sycomore Asset Management in May 2015 where she heads up the Sustainable & Responsible Investment team and manages the company’s SRI equity funds. She started her career in SRI at French brokerage firm Oddo Securities in 2009 before joining F&C Asset Management’s Governance and Sustainable Investment division in 2010. In 2014, she moved back to Paris to join an independent French asset manager, Financière de l’Echiquier, until 2015.

Bertille holds an MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics, an MA in Sustainable Development, Environment and Risk Management from Sciences Po Paris, a BA in European Studies from King’s College London, and the CFA UK Level 4 Certificate in Investment Management.

Viola Lutz

Head of Investor Consulting Climate - ISS ESG

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Viola Lutz

Head of Investor Consulting Climate - ISS ESG

Viola Lutz is Head of Investor Consulting Climate at ISS ESG working on topics at the intersection of finance and climate change. In her role she is working with investors on assessing the climate impact of investments and contributing to developing proxy voting solutions that integrate climate considerations. She is also responsible for Second Party Opinions for Green and Social Bonds. She is co-author of several studies including most recently a study on climate risks for the Austrian financial market. She holds an MPA from Sciences Po Paris and a BA in Economics from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Giles Money

Global Portfolio Manager, Global Equities - Sarasin & Partners LLP, Londres

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Giles Money

Global Portfolio Manager, Global Equities - Sarasin & Partners LLP, Londres

Giles Money has been with Bank J. Safra Sarasin since 2016. Based in London he is a Portfolio Manager within the Global Thematic Team at Sarasin & Partners.

Giles has over 15 years of investment experience. Prior to joining Sarasin & Partners, he spent 2 years at Bank J. Safra Sarasin managing Global Equities as a Senior portfolio manager. Prior to that Giles worked at Pimco, Schroders and F&C as a Global Portfolio Manager with significant institutional awards and ratings. He specialises in Sustainable Thematic investing and has covered all sectors as an analyst.

Giles is Chartered Financial Analyst (2008), has an Investment Management Certificate (2005) and a Bachelor of Commerce (2004) from University of Birmingham (UK).

Lukas Münstermann

Senior ESG Investment Specialist - Vontobel AM

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Lukas Münstermann

Senior ESG Investment Specialist - Vontobel AM

Lukas Münstermann joined Vontobel Asset Management in 2015 as an ESG investment specialist in the Sustainable Equities Boutique. Lukas Münstermann earned a Master of Science in Quantitative Finance, a joint degree, from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich and the University of Zurich, and a Bachelor of Arts in Banking and Finance from the University of Zurich.

He is currently pursuing a PhD in Sustainable Investing at the University of Zurich.

Paul Polman

Former CEO of Unilever and Co-founder and Chair of IMAGINE

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Paul Polman

Former CEO of Unilever and Co-founder and Chair of IMAGINE

Paul is Co-founder and Chair of IMAGINE, a benefit corporation and foundation accelerating business leadership to achieve the Global Goals. He also serves as Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce, The B Team, Oxford Said Business School and is Vice-Chair of the U.N. Global Compact.

He was CEO of Unilever for 10 years where he demonstrated that a long-term, multi-stakeholder model goes hand-in-hand with good financial performance. During his tenure, Unilever was one of the best-performing companies in its sector, delivering ten years of consistent top and bottom line growth.

Paul was appointed to the U.N. Secretary General’s High-level Panel that developed the Sustainable Development Goals and has played a leading role since in highlighting the business case for the 2030 development agenda, including as a founder member of the Business & Sustainable Development Commission. He remains a U.N.-appointed SDG Advocate.

Paul engages across industry sectors and global organisations to maximise impact, including as a member of Financing Capitalism for the Long-Term, the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate and the Food and Land Use Coalition, which he chairs.

He has received numerous awards, including the Rainforest Alliance Lifetime Achievement Award, the U.N. Environment Programme’s Champion of the Earth Award and the Oslo Business for Peace Award.

He has been honoured with France’s Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur, and was named an Honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire for services to business. He is a recipient of the Public Service Star from the Government of Singapore and received the Treaty of Nijmegen medal.

He founded the Kilimanjaro Blind Trust with Kim Polman, working to improve the lives of blind and visually impaired children in East Africa. He supports and mentors’ young leaders as a Counsellor and Chair of the Global Advisory Board of One Young World.

Frédéric Ponchon

Portfolio Manager & Partner - Sycomore AM

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Frédéric Ponchon

Portfolio Manager & Partner - Sycomore AM

Frédéric Ponchon has nearly 20 years of experience in asset management. After more than 6 years at Louvre Gestion, he joined Sycomore Asset Management in 2005 as Partner and Senior Portfolio manager. Frédéric specializes in investing in sustainable growth stocks. He manages Sycomore Shared Growth, a SRI-labelled fund that invests in stocks that have or are aiming for a positive societal impact.

Graduated from Neoma Business School and SFAF, he holds a CFA degree.

Daniel Rufenacht

Group Vice President, Corporate Communications and Sustainability - SGS

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Daniel Rufenacht

Group Vice President, Corporate Communications and Sustainability - SGS

Daniel Rufenacht has 25 years of experience in corporate sustainability, institutional marketing, and public relations, working both for the public and private sectors. With a background in business management and communications, he began his career with the Swiss government, identifying new market opportunities for sustainable trade from developing countries, and overseeing the development of the first sustainable label in Switzerland for the textile industry. He then worked for 10 years as Operational Director of CSR, Compliance and Integrity, Marketing and Communication for a famous textile company where he transformed a traditional clothing company into what is now a widely recognized sustainable brand that offers product traceability throughout the lifecycle. Daniel Rufenacht is currently Group Vice President, Corporate Communications and Sustainability at SGS where he oversees the sustainability management system, the global sustainability programmes, brand and communications, digital and online marketing as well as the annual reporting cycle. He reports directly to the CEO of SGS.

Ama Seery

ESG Analyst - Janus Henderson Investors

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Ama Seery

ESG Analyst - Janus Henderson Investors

Ama Seery is an ESG Analyst at Janus Henderson Investors, a position she has held since 2018. Prior to joining the firm, Ama Seery worked as a sustainability professional in the property sector, first as a scheme manager for BREEAM (green building certification) and later teaching others how to certify green buildings before moving into constructing them.

Ama Seery graduated with a master’s degree in interdisciplinary design for the built environment from Cambridge University, Wolfson College. She holds the Chartered Environmentalist designation and has 12 years of sustainability experience.

Anouk Slock

Responsible Investment Analyst - Degroof Petercam AM

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Anouk Slock

Responsible Investment Analyst - Degroof Petercam AM

Anouk Slock holds a Master’s Degree in Business Economics from the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management. She began her career in the asset management industry in 2016.

In her role as Responsible Investment Specialist, Anouk acts as an expert in the field of sustainable investment solutions. She participates in the development of the range of solutions sustainable investment, the integration of sustainable risks and opportunities in the analysis of sustainable development. investment and the continuous development of the methodologies and processes applied.

Viktor Szabó

Investment Director, Emerging Market Debt - Aberdeen Standard Investments

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Viktor Szabó

Investment Director, Emerging Market Debt - Aberdeen Standard Investments

Viktor Szabó is an Investment Director on the Emerging Market Debt Team at Aberdeen Standard Investments. Viktor Szabó joined Aberdeen Asset Management via the acquisition of certain asset management businesses from Credit Suisse Asset Management in 2009. Previously, Viktor Szabó worked for Credit Suisse Asset Management Hungary as country Chief Investment Officer. Prior to that, he worked for the National Bank of Hungary as the Head of Market Analysis team. Viktor Szabó graduated with an MSc in Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest. He is a CFA charterholder.

Jean-Christophe Van Tilborgh

CIO - Retraites Populaires

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Jean-Christophe Van Tilborgh

CIO - Retraites Populaires

Jean-Christophe Van Tilborgh is Chief Investment Officer, member of the executive Committee in charge of the investment activities of Retraites Populaires (Life Insurance and Pension Fund Platform, in excess of CHF 24 Bn in AUM).

After finishing a master degree in economics and finance at University of Lausanne, he joined Ernst & Young Financial Services. In 2001, he joined Retraites Populaires, since then has built the alternative expertise (private equity, hedge funds and private real estate) before taking the reasonability of the investments.

He is also a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) designee and has been a member of CAIA association since 2006. He is currently member of different investment committee or Advisory Boards.

Andrea Weber

Sustainable Investment Analyst, Vice President - Banque J. Safra Sarasin

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Andrea Weber

Sustainable Investment Analyst, Vice President - Banque J. Safra Sarasin

Andrea Weber joined Bank J. Safra Sarasin’s Sustainable Investment Research team in November 2013. She is responsible for the implementation and advancement of the Bank’s sustainable investment methodology and the integration of sustainability considerations along the investment processes of different investment strategies. In addition, she coordinates the Bank’s Active Ownership activities and conducts sustainability analysis for external funds. Prior to joining the Bank, Andrea gained relevant experience in the area of Corporate Sustainability at a large Global Insurance company as well as at the Institute for Economy & the Environment at the University of St. Gallen.

She studied Business Administration at the University of St. Gallen and holds a Master Degree in Management, Organization Studies and Cultural Theory. In 2018, Andrea participated in the Sustainable Finance Programme by the University of Oxford. She is a CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst) charterholder.

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