Pierre is a co-founder of LIS and, as Managing Director, is responsible for Business Development and Distribution. Pierre is Chairman of the Investment Committee and sits on the board of LIS. Additionally, he is part of the Sanne Global Product Development Team where he has oversight of the AIFM and Depository divisions.

Background and Experience

Pierre has more than 25 years' experience in the financial and investment fund industry. As a former partner at Ernst & Young in Luxembourg, he led the firm’s advisory services for real estate and private equity funds. Prior to this, he held managerial positions at Arthur Andersen and Arthur D. Little. Pierre began his career as a fund and portfolio manager for institutional clients with UBS Bank.

Qualifications and Memberships

  • Doctorate in Finance (Dr. rer. pol.) (University of Trier, Germany)
  • MA in Economics (University of Strasbourg, France)
  • Active member of the committee for fund managers at the Luxembourg supervisory authority CSSF
  • Chairman of the Advisory Board of a German private equity house
  • A lecturer on real estate funds in the Master in European Banking & Financial Law at the University of Luxembourg
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Insight 2 December 2020

How will Brexit shape private equity in Europe?

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Insight 1 October 2020

German opportunities for German alternative funds

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Insight 21 July 2020

Update on the Alternative Investment Funds Managers Directive

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14 Sep
Event

ALFI The virtual Return of the Fund Industry

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