Board of Directors

Raymond Schadeck

Raymond Schadeck

Chairman

Long and distinguished career at Ernst & Young, engaged in different associations, with several commitments in the social and philanthropic area.

Christina Pinto

Christina Pinto

Adviser – Ministry of Finance

Patrick Losch

Patrick Losch

Patrick is an independent investor and a forester. He is socially and environmentally committed to Luxembourg NGOs as a director in the respective boards.

Michel Maquil

Michel Maquil

Chairman at Inclusive Finance Network Luxembourg (InFiNe.lu).

Geneviève Hengen

Geneviève Hengen

Geneviève HENGEN is Deputy Director at the Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MAEE). With an M.A. in Poverty Reduction and Development Management, she has worked for more than 10 years in development cooperation, both in the field and at HQ level.

Natacha Oskian

Natacha Oskian

Natacha Oskian is Business Development and MarCom Director at Allen & Overy’s Luxembourg office, leads the Fintech team and is an active member of the Allen & Overy Global Private Equity group. She has more than 10 years’ experience as an external and internal auditor and is an active member of the LPEA, ALFI, ABBL and LHoFT working groups.

Olivier Goemans

Olivier Goemans

Board Member

Olivier Goemans is involved in the financial industry for more than 30 years, building experiences in developing, launching and managing financial products and services. He joined Banque Internationale à Luxembourg in 2004, heading different positions, and is currently in charge of Investment Management ESG coordination. He graduated from Université Libre de Bruxelles with a MSc in Business Economics

Monica Tiuba

Monica Tiuba

Monica is an independent director.

Dzemal Tomic

Dzemal Tomic

Banque et Caisse d’Epargne de l’Etat. Dzemal is deputy head of institutional relationship management and head of business coordination division. He has more than 15 years’ experience in the investment funds business for which he assumes a significant role within the bank.

Kaspar Wansleben

Kaspar Wansleben

Executive Director

Kaspar Wansleben is the Managing Director of Investing for Development, the asset management structure of the Forestry and Climate Change Fund. Kaspar has a strong background in development finance and microfinance in particular where he worked at the International Labour Organisation (2002) and at PlanetRating (2004) and as fund manager of the Luxembourg Microfinance and Development Fund since 2009.

Kaspar’s background is in finance and he is a chartered accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales. He worked for KPMG for 5 years, is a visiting lecturer at the Luxembourg University on social entrepreneurship. In 2022, Kaspar was nominated as a member of the Luxembourg High Council for Sustainable Development.

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