Luxembourg for Finance (LFF), the public-private agency responsible for promoting Luxembourg as a financial centre, has released its five-year vision for the Grand Duchy’s financial development. Bob Currie talks to chief executive Nicolas Mackel about its content and objectives.
Eric Adler, chief executive of the second-largest global real estate asset manager, PGIM Real Estate, tells Mark Latham about an operational merger of its debt and equity divisions and the impact of Brexit.
Annie Shum, institutional business deputy head at CSOP Asset Management, examines the institutionalisation and internationalisation of China’s capital market, setting up shop in Singapore and the appeal of the city state’s recently launched Variable Capital Company.
A passion for technology shone through from early in the discussion when Bob Currie talked to Stephanie Miller, chief executive officer of service provider Intertrust, about its ambitious plans for the decade ahead.
Over the years Ana Harris of SSGA has seen environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing wax and wane. Now a key feature of today’s investment landscape, the managing director of the $2.9 trillion investment giant tells Romil Patel why measuring beyond pure performance is imperative for full-scale impact.
Yves Perrier, the CEO of Europe’s largest asset manager, sees climate change in his own back yard. He talks to Nick Fitzpatrick about ESG, diversity and his plans to compete with BlackRock’s tech platform.