Marc-André Bechet joins Alfi from Banque Degroof

HiredThe Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (Alfi) has appointed Marc-André Bechet as director of legal & tax. Before joining ALFI, Bechet was head of the investment funds services at Banque Degroof Luxembourg, responsible for fund administration and custody. He was also a member of the Banque Degroof Luxembourg's management board. Prior to joining Banque Degroof, Bechet worked for 18 years at RBC Dexia in Luxembourg, where he held various senior positions including head of custody and network management, and head of business development and relationship management, legal and compliance. He holds a Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Ottawa (Canada) and a Master's degree in Finance from the French business school ESCP in Paris. Camille Thommes, director general at Alfi, says: "Marc-André has extensive experience of the investment fund industry's legal, regulatory and tax environment and he will be a valuable addition to our team." ©2014 funds europe

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