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Debate – Impact of the Covid-crisis on the funds industry

The Covid-crisis had an enormous impact on our daily lives. During these uncertain times, many industries are facing challenges they’ve never encountered before. This is no different for the funds industry. During the debate, we will hear different opinions on how to cope with these new challenges. Are people investing less? Or different? Which funds will survive this crisis and who will even profit from it? Discover it all during the debate on 01/10.

Participants



Vincent Juvyns – Global Market Strategist. – J.P. Morgan Asset Management

Vincent Juvyns is a Global Market Strategist providing clients with market and economic analysis. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan Asset Management, Vincent was a research analyst with ING Investment Management’s, where he conducted fundamental research and communicated the group’s strategy to clients and the press. Vincent holds a master’s degree in Business and Financial Sciences from ICHEC Business school in Brussels.




Marnix Arickx – CEO – BNP Paribas Asset Management Belgium

Marnix began his career in 1990 as an Investment Strategist within the Asset Management Department of Generale Bank. He subsequently held various positions as Fund Manager, Institutional Sales and Head of Fund Engineering within Fortis Investments and later BNP Paribas Asset Management.

He is C.E.O. of BNP Paribas Asset Management Belgium since 2014.



Marco Willner – Head of Investment Strategy – NN Investment Partners

Marco Willner is Head of Investment Strategy at NN Investment Partners. He leads a team with eight strategists, economists and data scientists, which sits in the Multi-Asset Team. Marco has more than 15 years of experience in the European asset management industry, specialising in investment strategy, asset allocation and quantitative investing. In the past, he led the Strategy Team of German asset manager Feri, and advised, as a strategist, the pension funds of Shell. Most recently, he co-founded a Frankfurt-based asset manager that is dedicated to quantitative alternative strategies. Marco holds an Executive MBA from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Finance from the Goethe University in Frankfurt.





Yves Ceelen – Head of Portfolio Management & Board Member – DPAM

Yves Ceelen is DPAM’s head of institutional portfolio management. Yves is leading the team of portfolio managers that are managing DPAM’s institutional investment mandates. Yves joined DPAM in 2011 as a portfolio manager, after which he was promoted to head the team in 2016 and to join DPAM’s management board in 2019. Previously, since 2000, Yves held relationship management and portfolio management functions at ING Investment Management and Dexia Asset Management. He holds a master degree in Business Administration from the University of Hasselt and a certificate in company valuation from Vlerick Management School.


Stacey Notteboom – Sales Director – M&G Belux

Sales Director Wholesale and Institutional Business – Belgium & Luxembourg . Stacey has 12 years of experience in the investment industry, He joined M&G in 2015 as Sales Manager in charge of the Benelux. Before joining M&G, he spent six years at Deutsche Bank Belgium were he was working in the Investment Advice team -. He previously worked at Ernst & Young in the IT Risk and Assurances team. Stacey holds a Master in Business Administration (TEW) of KULeuven (Ehsal) as well as a Master in Personal Financial Planning of the Antwerp Management School. Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) . Stacey speaks fluent Dutch, French and English.

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