Rikard Lundgren is a Luxembourg based Advisor and Independent Director. He is a member of ILA and its' Alternative Investment task force and of ALRiM. He was until 2016 the CIO and partner of IMQubator, an APG funded seed investor in start-up Alternative Investment funds. Over the past 15 years he was Chief Investment Officer for several multi-asset class institutional investment portfolios ranging from 250M€ to 20Bn€. He has more than 20 years of experience as Non-Executive Director and over 15 years of chairing boards. He has appeared as speaker at many industry conferences, has published articles in the Hedge Fund Journal and other industry publications. The first 15 years of his career were in Global Markets trading and sales of First Chicago, Bankers Trust, Swedbank and Deutsche Bank. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Stockholm School of Economics, is a graduate from the Swedish Army’s School of Languages and speaks six languages.
An experienced member of the financial industry. Areas of expertise are banking, credit, risk management, operations and compliance. She holds an MBA from ESSEC and Kellogg School of Management – Northwestern University. Joined Paribas in 1979 where she spent 26 years. In the early years of her career, after an extensive training in Banking and Credit, she became responsible for the financial management of international operations and acting as Secretary to the Board and holding directorships of several subsidiaries. In 1992, she moved to London to set up Paribas’s counterparty and market risk systems, followed by a secondment to Banque de France to represent the French Banking Commission in the Basel Committee working group. Between 1996 and 2000, she was deputy head of BNP Paribas Securities Services Bank. She launched BNP’s global prime brokerage business in 2000. She left in 2004 to re-engineer Credit Agricole’s US prime brokerage activities. In 2006, she helped found Reech Alternative Investment Management Group in London and Luxembourg where she was partner, COO, CRO and CFO and served as a director on the fund and management company boards. This was followed by a similar role for a Paris based boutique hedge fund. She left in 2012 to focus on independent directorships.
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