The 56th Luxembourg Monthly Finance Lunch

JOS VAN BOMMEL

Associate professor at the University of Luxembourg

will speak on

The governance of perpetual institutions "

 

About the speaker

Jos van Bommel is associate professor at the University of Luxembourg.  He was founding Director of the Master in Wealth Management programme.  His research on Corporate Finance, Market Microstructure, and Banking, has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals.

His talk will be a non-academic discussion on his recent paper that studies the conflict between overlapping generations in asset-holding institutions, such as foundations, pension plans, banks, colleges, charities, countries, and provides suggestions and examples on how intergenerational conflicts can - and are - addressed in successful long term organizations.

Before coming to Luxembourg, Jos taught at Babson College in the U.S., Oxford University’s Said Business School, and at Esade Business School in Barcelona, among others.  He holds a university degree in engineering from the University of Eindhoven, an MBA from IESE, and a PhD in finance from INSEAD.

 

Jos Van Bommel

 

Drinks are served starting at 12:00 h. The guest speaker will commence at 12:30 h.

  Please register on www.tigfi.org or send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with your contact details.

 

 For TIGFI members lunch at 45€ per person, non-members at 60€ per person, to be paid prior to lunch on the TIGFI account: BCEELULL LU06 0019 3055 2757 2000

On request, a certificate of participation will be provided.

A no show policy will be enforced.

 Journalists are welcome to attend the talk only without payment. Those wishing to attend the lunch should submit a request.  In either case contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

 

Details of this event

Event date 15th November 2017
Individual Price EUR 60.00
Speaker Jos van Bommel
Location Cercle Munster