Updated Circular 12 552 and Bank Boards

A conversation with CSSF Director Claude Wampach

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CHAMBOURDON Stanislas

Stanislas started his career as banking auditor in Paris and joined Luxembourg in 1998. Now Stanislas is leading the Banking and Insurance line of business for KPMG Luxembourg and is also lead engagement partner on several significant banks for audit and advisory.

Through different audit and advisory projects he is currently leading (eg client transformation. ECB agenda and Risk/data management), Stanislas has a large experience of the private banking environment and challenges.

Stanislas is a member of the IRE Banking committee and he is also the chairman of the ILA Banking committee.

He is also assisting and participating to the Advisory Private Banking Panel at the ABBL, the ABBL accounting commission and the banking supervision committee.

He was in charge of the AQR review for Luxembourg and is member of the KPMG AQR European tasks force.

GIARDINA Giovanna

Giovanna is a Director in the Regulatory Advisory practice at KPMG Luxembourg. In that role, she takes account, with the support of her team, of the compliance and business-related impacts that any new regulation may have for clients.

Giovanna is regulatory expert for governance and internal controls for financial entities. She is a member of the ILA Banking Committee.

WAMPACH Claude


SCHWEIGER Michael

Michael Schweiger is the Chief Compliance Officer of Amazon Payments Europe.  In this role, he leads compliance programs throughout the region and leads global regulatory engagement strategy.

Previously he was a partner at Loyens & Loeff where he built and lead a financial regulatory practice, providing clients with strategic banking, regulatory, and corporate governance advice. Michael also spent over a decade at Royal Bank of Canada’s European subsidiary in Luxembourg where he was a member of the Executive Committee with direct accountability to the European Central Bank.

In addition to holding regional and product head of legal roles, Michael also served as Senior Subsidiary Governance Officer, EMEA (ex UK) with responsibility for all subsidiary governance matters within RBC across its business platforms in Europe. He served as Company Secretary to multiple group companies and is specialized in corporate governance within financial institutions. Recent expert engagements for corporations and public institutions have focused on board liability, the role of the chair, and corporate governance regulation throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Michael is actively involved in the Luxembourg Bankers’ Association (ABBL) and the Luxembourg Institute of Directors (ILA), where he has dedicated significant time to enhancing corporate governance within financial institutions. In 2021, he was elected as an Associate of the Chartered Governance Institute UK & Ireland and is a Chartered Secretary.

Prior to relocating to Luxembourg in 2008, Michael practised corporate, commercial, and insolvency law in Canada. He qualified as a lawyer in Canada, England, and Luxembourg and speaks English, French, and German.

Date and Time

From 27/09/2021 11:00
To 27/09/2021 12:00

CPD Hours

1.0 hours

Contact

ILA - Institut Luxembourgeois des Administrateurs

Language(s)

English

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