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IMpower Incorporating FundForum
24 - 26 June 2024
The Grimaldi ForumMonte Carlo, Monaco

Philippe Laurensy
Global Head of Group Strategy and Product Expansion at Euroclear


Philippe Laurensy is a Managing Director and Head of Product Strategy & Innovation for the Euroclear Group.

He is a member of the Euroclear Extended Management Committee, and NonExecutive Director for MFEX and Greenomy. Previously, he headed the Commercial Division and was responsible for Sales, Marketing and relationships with customers across the Euroclear Group.

Mr. Laurensy took up an MC position in Euroclear UK and Ireland and Board from 2013 until 2016, as well as in the Risk and Audit Committee of ESES from 2013 until 2018.

Previously, Mr. Laurensy headed a team of product managers responsible for managing and developing Euroclear’s range of products and services. Mr. Laurensy’s responsibilities included research, pricing and service quality across products.

Earlier, Mr. Laurensy was head of the Custody and New Issues Operations departments at Euroclear Bank from 1997 to 2000, with responsibility for managing Euroclear's operational activities in those domains.

From 1994 to 1997, Mr. Laurensy was Senior Relationship Manager for investment banks within Euroclear’s Commercial division. Before this, he was Network Manager for Asia, Central Europe and North America from 1992 to 1994. And prior to this, he was Relationship Manager for France from 1991 to 1992. Mr. Laurensy joined Euroclear in 1987, holding various positions in operations until 1991.

Mr. Laurensy holds a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Economics from the University of Liège (Belgium) (1984) and a Master’s degree in Accountancy and Finance from the International Institute of Commerce and the European University, San Francisco, USA (1986).

Agenda Sessions

  • How global challenges are calling private markets to rally wealth investors : With multiple global challenges, how will private markets leaders support private wealth investors and drive more capital market investment across the world?