Jean-Pierre Gomez is Head of Regulatory & Public Affairs at Societe Generale Securities Services in Luxembourg. In this role, he is responsible for developing the business strategy and the visibility of SGSS in Luxembourg.
He has 25 years of experience in the investment funds industry. Prior to joining SGSS in 2009, Jean-Pierre held several senior positions in collective investment, custody and fund administration, worked as consultant for 3 years and served as director for a number of fund management companies and funds.
He has substantial and extensive client management experience covering a broad range of fund administration services (including the core services of custody, fund accounting and transfer agency), compliance and funds corporate services.
Jean-Pierre contributes actively to ALFI and LPEA working groups, the Luxembourg funds industry trade associations aiming at promoting Luxembourg as main European Centre for investment funds. He is also a lecturer at the Luxembourg Institute for Training in Banking (House of Training).
He is a regular speaker at international seminars and conferences and was involved in MiFID II workshops organized by Markus FERBER at the European Parliament in 2015 and 2016.
Green finance: Two regulations for financial market players
Should the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive be reviewed?
Green finance: Regulation of financial market participants
PEPP: The pan-European personal pension product certified by the EU
Investing in green finance
Recent Speaker sessions:
Data Management Insight – SFDR & ESG: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/data-management-insight_esg-esgdata-sfdr-activity-6802971730676588545-b1Sh/
ABILWAYS – IFE Luxembourg “Custodians banking Functions”
SGSS Webinar: SFDR & taxonomy: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6792365657561325568/
ESG Regulation Data & Reporting in Financial Services: https://www.linkedin.com/posts/societe-generale-securities-services_digital-conference-esg-regulation-data-activity-6709721735899463680-JZIK/
IFE Benelux – “SFDR & Taxonomy”
European Money Fund Forum – Evolving regulatory developments impacting MMFs