30 May 2013
Abbaye de Neumünster,
The StatPro Revolution Product Briefing (tackling UCITS IV) takes place on the 30 May 2013 at Abbaye de Neumünster, Luxembourg. Join other StatPro clients, prospects and partners from across Europe to discuss the latest regulations and learn about the UCITS IV module soon to be available within StatPro Revolution.
|08.30 – 09.15||Registration, breakfast and coffee|
|09.15 – 09.45||Introduction to StatPro Revolution
How cloud technology changes the game
(Michel Lempicki, European Sales Director, StatPro)
|09.45 – 10.15||Tackling UCITS IV
First step into regulatory modules – StatPro Revolution demo
(Mario Zardoni, Risk Product Manager, StatPro)
|10.15 – 10.30||Q & A|
|10.30 – 11.00||A customer view
(Régis Deymié, Head of Risk Management, Oyster Asset Management S.A.)
|11.00 – 12.00||Coffee and networking|
European Sales Director, StatPro
Previously working for S&P, Michel joined StatPro to open our European operations in Benelux, France and Germany. He was involved in the acquisition of AMS in Paris and Riskmap in Italy which later became StatPro Italy. Michel drives 3rd party relationships linked to StatPro products. This includes Custodian banks and also any third parties that wish to resell StatPro services to their clients. “In my role, I do not see StatPro as a service provider anymore but as a partner. Gaining the mutual benefits of working together with our peers is the norm and continues to grow.”
Product Manager of Risk, StatPro
Mario, 40, holds a university degree in economics with a specialisation in mathematical models applied to financial markets. He has 11 years experience working in the investment funds industry. Before joining StatPro in 2011, he worked for six years as Risk Manager and then Director of Risk for RBS Luxembourg S.A., he also spent over three years as Investment Funds Risk Manager for Sanpaolo Asset Management in Luxembourg. Mario is a member of ALFI’s Market Risk working group.
Head of Risk Management, Oyster Asset Management S.A.
Régis is the Head of the Risk Management department and Conducting Officer of Oyster Asset Management S.A. (OAM). He joined OAM as Risk Manager in January 2008. In 2009 he spearheaded a project to acquire a VaR calculation system for OYSTER SICAV’s portfolios that resulted in OAM choosing StatPro.
Régis has a diploma in finance from Ecole Supérieure de Gestion in Paris and a Master II in international business administration. He is also a certified FRM. (FRM® (or Certified FRM®) are trademarks owned by the Global Association of Risk Professionals).
Prior to joining OAM, Régis spent 12 years at Banque Degroof Luxembourg where he occupied several positions including a treasury market trader and risk manager.
Centre Culturel de Rencontre
Abbaye de Neumünster
28, rue Münster
T: +352 26 20 52 1
It is recommended that the upper city parking lots be used, or the parking lot for the Brasserie of the Rives de Clausen.
From the Saint-Esprit parking lot – the first parking lot in the city center after the Vieux Pont (Viaduc) – a public lift gives access to the Grund quarter. When leaving the lift, go straight, past the small bridge, then go left towards the Saint-Jean church – rue Münster – the CCRN is located at the end of the street.
From the Rives de Clausen parking lot, go up the rue de laTour Jacob to the stairway of the Wenzel pathway which descends towards the Abbey of Neumünster.
At the central train station – take line 23 which leaves from quay n°5 every hour from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm at 19 and 49 minutes past the hour, then at 8:35 pm, 9:35 pm and the last bus is at 10:35 pm – get down at the “Stadgronn-Bréck”, stop, the shuttles terminal – cross the small bridge opposite and take a left on rue Münster.
From the Luxembourg Findel Airport : take the shuttle to Luxembourg-city / Central Station – take line 23 which leaves from quay n°5 every hour from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm at 19 and 49 minutes past the hour, then at 8:35 pm, 9:35 pm and the last bus is at 10:35 pm – get down at the “Stadgronn-Bréck”, stop, the shuttles terminal – cross the small bridge opposite and take a left on rue Münster