Innpact Fund Management S.A., the only third-party Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM) in Luxembourg exclusively dedicated to impact investment funds, is very happy to announce the nomination of Mr. Valtteri Valpas as Conducting Officer Portfolio Management. The Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) approved the nomination of Mr. Valpas on 8 February 2022.
“We are thrilled to see Valtteri join us as Conducting Officer Portfolio Management to strengthen our management team in order to significantly expand our services to impact investment funds which truly aim to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations”, says Mr. Patrick Goodman, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the company and Co-Founding Partner of Innpact S.A., the mother company of the AIFM.
“I am equally thrilled to join the team of Innpact Fund Management S.A. We are living in pivotal times where more economical resources are needed to fight the on-going climate crisis and capitalism itself is at a very interesting inflexion point. I am a firm believer in the market economy and I believe that finance plays a central role in solving the social and environmental challenges facing the global community. I am honoured to join an organisation that has a track record of helping to build a financial ecosystem focused on solving these critical issues and I look forward to using the skill set I’ve developed through my previous experiences to strengthen the leadership team of Innpact to achieve these goals”, Mr. Valpas says.
Prior to joining Innpact Fund Management S.A., Mr. Valpas has been working the past ten years in the financial services sector in Luxembourg and prior to that in Spain. He gained his experience as Conducting Officer Portfolio Management at Alter Domus Management Company covering a wide range of investment strategies including private equity and venture capital funds with sustainable investment objectives. Previously he worked as a Manager at Lombard International Assurance, a Blackstone owned insurance company and was an Associate at Bank of New York Mellon.