The aim of the ACAMS Luxembourg Chapter is to provide a local regional platform for AML/CTF experts and compliance professionals in Luxembourg to advance their professional knowledge and skills, and share their experience in matters concerning the prevention of local and international money laundering and terrorism financing.

Specific aims are to:

  • Provide local perspective and input into regional and international standards for the detection and prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing.
  • Provide an informal networking platform through which AML/CTF professionals can learn and share their experience with peers locally.
  • Promote awareness of the effects of money laundering and terrorist financing and the need to combat it.

The Chapter will act as a resource for individuals employed in Financial Institutions and related businesses in Luxembourg to grow their AML network and knowledge.

The Chapter’s strategy to promote and facilitate this will include:

  • Regular meetings open to all members who will be invited to provide AML topics of their choice for discussion.
  • Networking evenings with an AML theme and speaker(s), open to both members and non-members.
  • A local Chapter site with a discussion forum available for members to ask questions and discuss AML matters, particularly items affecting the Luxembourg market.
  • The publication and promotion of local AML developments and events.
  • Social gatherings for members to meet new faces and discuss AML related matters in a more informal atmosphere.

Upcoming Luxembourg Chapter learning events will be announced soon.

ACAMS Networking Event in Luxembourg

Hosted by ACAMS in partnership with ATTF and IFBL.

Join ACAMS, ATTF and IFBL for a networking event and cocktail dinatoire in Luxembourg for the AML/CTF industry. During the evening, we will celebrate the achievements and discuss the outcomes of the joint AML training efforts between ACAMS, ATTF, and IFBL. Enjoy the evening in the company of your financial crime prevention colleagues at this exciting complimentary event.

Silver Sponsors

LexisNexis Risk Solutions     Thomson Reuters

Presented in partnership with:

ATTF     IFBL

Gerard Green

Gerard Green
Co-Chair

Gerard is Head of AML – Europe, Middle East & Americas at Franklin Templeton Investments. He is based in Luxembourg where he is responsible for all aspects of AML relating to Franklin Templeton funds and local products across various regions. He is responsible for the interpretation of new and existing AML regulations and their implementation across business lines, and provides AML oversight and guidance to regional offices.

Gerard has 20 years of experience in Financial Services and previously held operational roles at JP Morgan and The Bank of New York, where he was responsible for client account opening and maintenance teams. This included operational AML procedures and controls, such as KYC verification and screening. He also has worked in Management Consultancy and joint venture/outsourcing projects.

He has been a certified ACAMS member since 2007 and is a member of the ALFI AML Technical Committee. He holds a Combined Bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages from the University of London (RHBNC).

Email: ggreen@franklintempleton.com


Laurent Moser

Laurent Moser, CAMS
Co Chair

Laurent MOSER – CAMS, Head of Compliance Pictet Asset Management Luxembourg


Renata Hoes

Renata Hoes
Chapter Board Director

Renata joined Generali Investments Luxembourg S.A. as Senior Compliance Officer in July 2015.

Before moving to Generali Investments Luxembourg S.A., Renata was Senior Legal & Compliance Officer at BSI Fund Management S.A., prior to which she was a member of PwC Luxembourg’s Governance, Risk and Controls Department. While at PwC, Renata was a member of PwC’s Fight Against Financial Crime task force and an expert in general compliance matters with over 14 years of international experience in the insurance and asset management industry.

Before joining PwC, Renata was Head of Compliance at a leading Management Company in Luxembourg where she was in charge of strategic, tactical and operational compliance matters for the Company.

Prior to this, Renata gained over 12 years of experience in the cross-border life insurance industry (as Head of Compliance). In 2000, she joined Luxembourg’s largest cross-border life insurance company and in 2009, Renata joined an international insurance group to set up and develop the Compliance Department in its bancassurance branch in Luxembourg.

Renata is represented at local Compliance and AML associations in these areas on a regular basis and provides dedicated training in the area of AML/CTF.


Isabelle Scherf

Isabelle Scherf
Chapter Board Director

Isabelle Scherf is responsible for the European Anti-Financial Crime Programme at Fidelity International.

Ms Scherf has more than 10 years’ experience in the Financial Services industry in Luxembourg and has had various senior Compliance and AML/CFT roles across the industry for the last nine years. Prior to joining Fidelity, Ms Scherf has been working in the Luxembourg Funds industry as the Compliance Officer, MLRO and Data Privacy Officer of Swiss and Global Asset Management Luxembourg and the Head of Compliance and MLRO of Northern Trust for Luxembourg and Germany.

Prior to this, Ms Scherf fulfilled the functions of firstly heading up the AML/CFT function and subsequently of Head of Compliance and AML/CFT of a Luxembourg based life insurance company, Lombard International Assurance. Prior to this, Ms Scherf had her first role as Compliance Officer, Risk Manager and MLRO in the private banking sector in Luxembourg with Van Lanschot Bankiers.