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Jean-Pierre Gomez

Jean-Pierre Gomez

Head of Regulatory & Public Affairs Luxembourg

SGSS Luxembourg

Jean-Pierre Gomez is Head of Regulatory & Public Affairs at Societe Generale Securities Services in Luxembourg. In this role, he is responsible for developing the business strategy and the visibility of SGSS in Luxembourg.

He has 25 years of experience in the investment funds industry. Prior to joining SGSS in 2009, Jean-Pierre held several senior positions in collective investment, custody and fund administration, worked as consultant for 3 years and served as director for a number of fund management companies and funds.

He has substantial and extensive client management experience covering a broad range of fund administration services (including the core services of custody, fund accounting and transfer agency), compliance and funds corporate services.

Jean-Pierre contributes actively to ALFI, LPEA and LuxReal working groups, the Luxembourg funds industry trade associations aiming at promoting Luxembourg as main European Centre for investment funds. He is also a lecturer at the Luxembourg Institute for Training in Banking (IFBL). He is a regular speaker at international seminars and conferences.

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AllNEWS and PRPages
27
Apr
2020
AIFs and UCITS – What’s next…? Part 1
Distribution is a critical consideration for those wishing to market their hedge funds into Europe. But regardless of...
Regulatory
Distribution is a critical consideration for those wishing to market their hedge funds into Europe. But regardless of whether that fund is UCITS-compliant or an AIF, the continuous evolution of European regulation means that managers have to stay one step ahead, and evaluate just how much of an impact it will have on their marketing distribution strategies. ...
AIFs and UCITS – What’s next…? Part 1
27
Apr
2020
Question 1
How does the regulatory framework impact the (UCITS) brand?
How does the regulatory framework impact the (UCITS) brand?
Question 1
25
Feb
2020
Investing in green finance
Institutional investors have one topic on their mind when the climate issue is raised, which can be summed up in two...
ESG/CSR
Institutional investors have one topic on their mind when the climate issue is raised, which can be summed up in two words: environmental indicators. How do you implement them? What difficulties are encountered? When will a European standard be introduced?
Investing in green finance
15
Jan
2020
Alternative funds: What does the future hold?
The first European regulation on alternative investment funds was introduced 8 years ago. Its positive effect is...
Market Perspectives
The first European regulation on alternative investment funds was introduced 8 years ago. Its positive effect is remarkable today. What should be expected in the near future in terms of liquidity and investor protection in this field? What about the role of custodians? And the arrival of green finance? Changes lie ahead.
Alternative funds: What does the future hold?
05
Nov
2019
Would sustainable and responsible investment be an enabler or a drag?
The European Commission's objective is to increase the current growth in sustainable finance. However, regulation is...
ESG/CSR
The European Commission's objective is to increase the current growth in sustainable finance. However, regulation is necessary and more welcome now than ever. Without a fair explanation on how to deal with accurate data and appropriate indices, it will be difficult to manage ESG asset portfolios efficiently.
Would sustainable and responsible investment be an enabler or a drag?
01
Oct
2019
ALFI Leading Edge Conference on Collateral Management
SGSS is pleased to take part in the next ALFI Leading Edge Conference on Collateral Management on October 1st, 2019, at...
Agenda
SGSS is pleased to take part in the next ALFI Leading Edge Conference on Collateral Management on October 1st, 2019, at the Chambre de Commerce, in Luxembourg.
ALFI Leading Edge Conference on Collateral Management
09
Sep
2019
How could millennials disrupt the financial industry?
By 2025, Millennials are expected to represent 75% of the global workforce* and therefore be tomorrow’s future...
SIBOS
By 2025, Millennials are expected to represent 75% of the global workforce* and therefore be tomorrow’s future investors. Financial firms are trying to target these young adults, mindful of their developing needs but they might need to reinvent their approach if they wish to appeal to this new generation.
How could millennials disrupt the financial industry?
18
Feb
2019
Regulations: ten years of change, what next?
For the last decade or so following the financial crisis of 2008, a series of directives and regulations have emerged to...
Regulatory
For the last decade or so following the financial crisis of 2008, a series of directives and regulations have emerged to deal with any new crisis, since when Europe has not experienced any new financial cataclysms. We take a look at the new regulations that have emerged over the last decade and what the future holds in store.
Regulations: ten years of change, what next?
05
Feb
2019
Fund Marketing & Distribution: The Future of UCITS
SGSS is delighted to announce its participation at the Fund Marketing & Distribution London 2019 Conference at Grange...
SGSS is delighted to announce its participation at the Fund Marketing & Distribution London 2019 Conference at Grange City Hotel - London, from February 5-6, 2019.
Fund Marketing & Distribution: The Future of UCITS
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