TRADITIONAL YEAR-END EVENT 2018 OF IBF LUXEMBOURG – PRESENTED BY THOMAS FELD

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Date(s) - 15/11/2018
17:30 - 20:30

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TRADITIONAL YEAR-END EVENT 2018 OF IBF LUXEMBOURG

 

Our guest speaker for this event is Thomas Feld, Partner KPMG Luxembourg.

Thomas will discuss the following topic:

“The calm before the storm?”

The Luxembourg financial centre facing a cyclical downturn

Dear members and friends of IBF Luxembourg,

We are very pleased to invite you to our traditional year event on Thursday, 15 November 2018 and taking place at the KPMG Building (39, Avenue John F. Kennedy, L-1855 Luxembourg-Kirchberg).

Agenda

  • 17:30: Welcome and Registration
  • 18.00: Presentation by Thomas Feld, Partner, Audit, KPMG Luxembourg
  • 19.30: Networking cocktail, KPMG Atrium

The presentation will be held in English.

 

Thomas Feld will present the status quo of the different areas of the financial centre in a changing and challenging environment. He is going to analyse the banking and fund industries, and presents an outlook for the future given the foreseen challenges.


Thomas Feld is an audit partner at KPMG Luxembourg. During his professional career Thomas Feld had responsibilities as Head of Banking, Head of Audit and Chief Operating Officer at KPMG Luxembourg. Ten years ago, Thomas initiated the KPMG survey “Luxembourg Banks Insight” analyzing the Luxembourg financial industry on an annual basis.

 

Registration

The evening is hosted by KPMG Luxembourg and free of charge.

Please register until November 9th, 2018 by e-mail to info@ibf.lu

Be also informed that seats for this event are limited! Therefore we have a first come first serve police!

We look forward to welcome you!

 

Please note that there are no public parking facilities at the KPMG Building. You may use public parking facilities at Auchan (5-minute walk) or park at the Philharmonie and take the tram to “Nationalbibliotheik/Biblioteque Nationale”.