The Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce warmly invites to participate in its traditional Spring Business Lunch on Wednesday, 20 March 2019. The event is by invitation only.
About our Guests
Serge Krancenblum: Serge is the SGG Group Executive Chairman. He chairs the Supervisory Board of the Group after having built the 4th largest independent investor services firm in the world.
He leads the group’s M&A Strategy and is also responsible for its Corporate Social Responsibility.Throughout his career, Serge has develop and managed cross border solutions for institutional investors, multinational corporations and entrepreneurial families. He is recognized for his leadership throughout the financial industry, and is frequently invited to speak at international events.He also sit as an Independent Director on the boards of several real estate and private equity funds, in addition to a few directorships of private companies.Serge is the Chairman of the Investment Facilitation Forum, a platform for organizations committed to foreign direct investment facilitation at a global level.He is also the President of The LIMSA, the Luxembourg investor services association and of the LAFO, the Luxembourg Association of Family Offices.In 2018, Serge has been voted the European Personality of the Year at the Funds Europe Awards.
Roman Lewszyk: Roman Lewszyk has been managing and expanding the Moventum group since 2015. He has an extensive, 25 years of professional experience in the global financial sector. From 1995 to 1998 he worked in the capital markets department of the Washington branch of KPMG. After 1998 he held senior executive positions at Forum Financial and Citigroup. As Managing Director and Global Head of Citigroup’s Transfer Agency between 2003 and 2009, Roman Lewszyk managed the company’s transfer agent operations in Europe, North America and Asia, with assets under administration totaling more than $900 billion. He also headed two of Citigroup’s international divisions – Citigroup Europe and Citigroup International, both constituting the group’s Center of Excellence for fund services, staffed by some 1,000 employees. Back in the nineties, Roman Lewszyk was an adviser to the Chairman of the Polish Securities and Exchange Commission.