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Tanguy van de Werve: Regulatory challenges and opportunities for the European fund industry

Tanguy van de Werve is the Director General of the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA), the trade body representing the European investment management industry. He will be giving a keynote about regulatory challenges and opportunities for the European fund industry. 

Tanguy has over 23 years of experience in financial services industry. He is experienced in the broad range of association management and is specialised in EU policy making, interest representation and PR. 

He leads in the formulation of industry positions on the main policy developments and engage with relevant EU and international authorities. Prior to joining EFAMA, he was Head of the Brussels office of AFME, European investment banking industry.

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