At BIL, our most valuable asset is our people. Our investment strategy is enriched by the contribution of various experts from across Europe and now, Asia. Here, we present some of our specialists who are working on your behalf, to help you make informed investment decisions, to bring you opportunities, and to help you meet your financial objectives.
Lionel De Broux
Group Chief Investment OfficerContact
Lionel is the Group Chief Investment Officer of Banque Internationale à Luxembourg (BIL). In this role, he oversees the investment strategy, portfolio management and fund selection teams. Drawing from the insights of our inhouse specialists, he is in charge of defining and communicating the investment strategy that will be implemented across the different solutions accessible to our clients. Belgian citizen, Lionel De Broux holds a degree in Economics and a post graduate degree in Financial Economics from the UC Louvain.
Jade informs our investment strategy with Macro research and analysis, primarily focusing on the US and Europe. She is a member of the Asset Allocation Committee and the Advisory Committee. She also manages the communication of our investment decisions, mainly via written analyses for our Investment Insights blog and for the national press. Hailing from Scotland, she has an Honours degree in International Business from the University of Edinburgh.
International Investment ManagementContact
As the CEO of BIL Hong Kong, Hanzhi leads the locally based investment and advisory team that provides on-the-ground insights from the Chinese market. Hanzhi is instrumental in driving our expansion into the Asian market. He is a voting member of the Asset Allocation Committee.
Lieven De Witte
Head of ResearchContact
As Head of Research, Lieven oversees the selection process of both Equity and Fixed Income instruments. He is also the manager of our flagship fund BIL Invest Bonds EUR Corporate Investment Grade. He is a voting member of the Asset Allocation committee.
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