GRI Content Index

Level and Scope of Reporting

We report on the level of PwC Luxembourg, Société cooperative for the financial year that started on 1 July 2019 and ended on 30 June 2020. This report focuses on our strategy, our policies, our procedures and systems, and the associated disclosures relate to PwC Luxembourg. The scope of these disclosures can be found in the GRI table in the appendix.

Global Reporting Initiative

This report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option. Using the GRI Standards as a basis of our report encourages us to protect the environment and improve society, while thriving economically by improving governance and stakeholder relations, which enhances reputation and builds trust.

The GRI content index sets out the matters that are relevant to our stakeholders and strategy based on our materiality analysis. The table follows the GRI Standards and lists the pages where the relevant information for each disclosure can be found.

Materiality analysis

In order to understand what sustainability means for us and where we can be most impactful in providing added value, we have performed a materiality analysis by asking our PwC management team and stakeholders to prioritise 15 sustainability challenges. In this report, we focus on those aspects that are of the greatest significance to our strategy and to our stakeholders.

GRI Content Index

This report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core option. The below interactive index shows the disclosures that PwC Luxembourg addresses in this report and leads the users to the report sections containing this information.
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This material makes reference to GRI disclosures 102-54 ; 102-55

GRI Standard

Disclosure

URLs

Comments

GRI 101 Foundation 2016

General Disclosures

GRI 102: General Disclosures 2016 

GRI 102-1 Name of the organisation

Who we are and what we do

 
 

GRI 102-2 Activities, brand, products and services

Who we are and what we do

 
 

GRI 102-3 Location of headquarters

 

2, rue Gerhard Mercator B.P. 1443 L-1014 Luxembourg

 

GRI 102-4 Location of operations

 

2, rue Gerhard Mercator B.P. 1443 L-1014 Luxembourg

 

GRI 102-5 Ownership and legal form

Ownership

 
 

GRI 102-6 Markets served

Who we are and what we do

 
 

GRI 102-7 Scale of the organisation

People Statistics

 
 

GRI 102-8 Information on employees and other workers

People Statistics

 

 

GRI 102-9 Supply chain

Our Suppliers

 
 

GRI 102-10 Significant changes to the organisation and its supply chain

 

None.

 

GRI 102-11 Precautionary principle or approach

 

As a service firm, we do not have any products with direct incidence on the environment.

 

GRI 102-12 External initiatives

 

The PwC Global Network has participated to the United Nations Global Compact since 2002 and submits yearly communication on progress. We are also a founding member of IMS Luxembourg. 


PwC is working together with the World Economic Forum and the International Business Council (alongside the remaining Big 4) to develop the Common Metrics and Consistent reporting of Sustainable Value Creation.

 

GRI 102-13 Membership of associations

List of Mandates

 

Strategy

 

GRI 102-14 Statement from senior decision-maker

Message from our CEO

 

Ethics and integrity

 

GRI 102-16 Values, principles, standards and norms of behaviour

Why we Exist


Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics

Our five values are our guiding principles and are explained under ‘Why we exist. Our Code of Conduct, which is referred to in ‘Legitimacy & Ethics’, is based on our values. It outlines the principles, standards and norms of behaviours that define how we do business.

 

GRI 102-17 Mechanisms for advice and concern about ethics

Our Values


Introducing an independent chairman



Our five values are our guiding principles and are explained under ‘Why we exist’. Moreover, as explained in ‘Legitimacy & Ethics’ we  have a Business Conduct & Ethics Committee in place, as well as independent Ethics Counsellors, who manage our whistleblowing procedures, take relevant complaints and give advice and escalate the matters.

Governance

 

GRI 102-18 Governance structure

Governance

 
 

GRI 102-19 Delegating authority

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey

Our CR & Sustainability Leader is appointed and supported by our CEO

 

GRI 102-20 Executive-level responsibility for economic, environmental, and social topics 

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey

Our CR & Sustainability Leader was appointed by our CEO and reports directly to him.

 

GRI 102-21 Consulting stakeholders on economic, environmental, and social topics 

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey

 
 

GRI 102-22 Composition of the highest governance body and its committees

Governance

 
 

GRI 102-23 Chair of the highest governance body

Governance

John Parkhouse, CEO

 

GRI 102-24 Nominating and selecting the highest governance body

Governance

 
 

GRI 102-25 Conflict of interest

Conflict of Interest

 
 

GRI 102-35 Remuneration policies

Process for determining remuneration

 
 

GRI 102-36 Process for determining remuneration

Process for determining remuneration

 
 

GRI 102-37 Stakeholders' involvement in remuneration

 

Stakeholder views are not taken into consideration regarding remuneration.

Stakeholder Engagement

 

GRI 102-40 List of stakeholder groups

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey

 
 

GRI 102-41 Collective bargaining agreements

 

PwC Luxembourg is not subject to any collective bargaining.

 

GRI 102-42 Identifying and selecting stakeholders

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey

 
 

GRI 102-43 Approach to stakeholder engagement

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey

 
 

GRI 102-44 Key topics and concerns raised

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey


Societal Impact


Client Satisfaction


Independence and Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics


Employee Journey


Health


Continuous Learning

See the sustainability challenges in our Materiality Matrix (GRI 102-46b Materiality Matrix) in ‘Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey’’ and more detailed information on them under each of our top 7 sustainability challenges.

Reporting Practice

 

GRI 102-45 Entities included in the consolidated financial statements

Ownership

We have different entities that are part of the consolidated financial statement.

 

GRI 102-46a Defining report content and topic boundaries

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey


Societal Impact


Client Satisfaction


Independence and Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics


Employee Journey


Health


Continuous Learning

Our stakeholder engagements in 2016 and 2017 were used to define reporting content. The reporting boundaries are also defined by our stakeholder consultation, and will be explained in the individual sustainability challenges' sections.

 

GRI 102-46b Stakeholder Inclusiveness 

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey


Societal Impact


Client Satisfaction


Independence and Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics


Employee Journey


Health


Continuous Learning

Information on our stakeholder dialogue can be found in the chapter ‘Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey’. The material topics discussed in the individual sustainability challenges chapters are directly correlated to the outcome of the stakeholder engagement process. 

 

GRI 102-46b Sustainability Context 

Our Sustainability Context


Societal Impact


Client Satisfaction


Independence and Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics


Employee Journey


Health


Continuous Learning

The broader sustainability context in which we operate is described under ‘Our Sustainability Journey'.

 

GRI 102-46b Materiality 

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey


Societal Impact


Client Satisfaction


Independence and Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics


Employee Journey


Health


Continuous Learning

A materiality matrix can be found in the 'Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey' chapter, prioritising our relevant sustainability topics. The seven material challenges identified as priority define the content of the individual sustainability challenges' chapters, where we perform a deep-dive into these topics.

 

GRI 102-46b Completeness

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey


Societal Impact


Client Satisfaction


Independence and Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics


Employee Journey


Health


Continuous Learning

An overview of the seven sustainability challenges can be found under 'Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey'. A complete analysis of each material topic can be found in the individual sustainability challenges' chapters. The information included in the report follows the FY19 reporting period (1 July 2019 – 30 June 2020). 

 

GRI 102-47 List of material topics

About Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey


Societal Impact


Client Satisfaction


Independence and Conflict of Interest


Legitimacy and Ethics


Employee Journey


Health


Continuous Learning

See material topics identified in Materiality Matrix in ‘Our Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Journey’.

For an explanation of each topic, see the individual sustainability challenges' chapters.

 

GRI 102-48 Restatements of information

 

None

 

GRI 102-49 Changes in reporting

 

None. The material topics and their boundaries remain the same.

 

GRI 102-50 Reporting period

 

FY 2019-2020 (1 July 2019 - 30 June 2020)

 

GRI 102-51 Date of most recent report

 

October 2019

 

GRI 102-52 Reporting cycle

 

Annual

 

GRI 102-53 Contact point for questions regarding the report

 

Youcef Damardji, Head of Marketing & Communications. Email: youcef.damardji@pwc.com

 

GRI 102-54 Claims of reporting in accordance with the GRI Standards

Global Reporting Initiative

This report has been prepared in accordance with the GRI Standards: Core Option.

 

GRI 102-55 GRI Content Index

GRI Content Index

 
 

GRI 102-56 External assurance

 

No external assurance 

Material Topics

Societal Impact

GRI 103 Management Approach 2016 

103-1 Explanation of the material topic and its Boundary

Societal Impact

We have the ability and potential to make the best of our knowledge and expertise to contribute to solving societal challenges through the services we provide. As a large scale provider with global reach, we have a responsibility to support the transition to a more sustainable economy which protects societal and environmental capital by offering relevant services to our clients. 

 

103-2 The management approach and its components

Societal Impact

To fulfil our material topic and remain relevant for all our stakeholders, we have built a strong team - globally and locally - of experts who are qualified with the relevant knowledge and skills.

 

103-3 Evaluation of the management approach

Societal Impact

We did not set a specific target. We want to live and act according to our purpose “to build trust in society and solve important problems”. 

GRI 203: Indirect Economic Impacts 2016

203-1 Infrastructure investments and services supported

Societal Impact

Services developed to contribute solving societal challenges

Client Satisfaction

GRI 103 Management Approach 2016 

103-1 Explanation of the material topic and its Boundary

Client Satisfaction

Client satisfaction influences variables that are indicators of client loyalty and long-term client relationships. Their feedback and satisfaction are not solely related to the company’s quality management and marketing activities, but it also have a significant impact on PwC’s future and long-term corporate strategy. 

 

103-2 The management approach and its components

Client Satisfaction

Client Satisfaction is measured by the 1) Loyalty Index and by 2) the Net Promoter Score (NPS). This helps us track and evaluate our material topic and where we stand with our clients.

 

103-3 Evaluation of the management approach

Client Satisfaction

It is our target to reach 100% satisfaction from our clients. This year we had a NPS of 51.9%.

Independence and Conflict of Interest

GRI 103 Management Approach 2016 

103-1 Explanation of the material topic and its Boundary

Independence and Conflict of Interest

Independence is key for PwC Luxembourg. It is not only at the cornerstone of the quality we deliver to our clients, but it also underpins the trust we give them. Being independent ensures that we are free of any vested interests, or conflicts of interest, towards our clients when providing services to them.

 

103-2 The management approach and its components

Independence and Conflict of Interest

We have implemented tools, training and checks to safeguard our client independence, as well as channels for our people to declare and report all potential conflicts of interest.

 

103-3 Evaluation of the management approach

Independence and Conflict of Interest

It is our target to reach 100% transparency on declared potential conflicts of interest.

Legitimacy and Ethics

GRI 103 Management Approach 2016 

103-1 Explanation of the material topic and its Boundary

Legitimacy and Ethics

Ethical behaviour, our values and our purpose are fundamental for our business to operate, and to gain the trust our clients, communities and people place in us. These aspects are what enable us to adapt to global challenges and remain a resilient and relevant business partner for our stakeholders. 

 

103-2 The management approach and its components

Legitimacy and Ethics

To measure the trust level of the public, we committed to conduct a regular Legitimacy & Ethics survey with the Luxembourgish society, which is done by an independent market research institute. The results are used to define our action plan.

 

103-3 Evaluation of the management approach

Legitimacy and Ethics

It is our target to increase the trust of the public by 5% each year. According to the survey conducted in 2016, we had 46% of public trust. As this was the only time we ran this survey for now, we do not have figures to compare and evaluate our progress.

Employee Journey

GRI 103 Management Approach 2016 

103-1 Explanation of the material topic and its Boundary

Employee Journey

As a service firm, our business operations would not function without our employees. They are our key assets and they enable us to succeed on the market. It is our responsibility to ensure that our People have a meaningful and beneficial experience at PwC Luxembourg. 

 

103-2 The management approach and its components

Employee Journey

Usually we use our Global People Survey (GPS) to determine how our firm is doing in this regard. Specifically, we use our People Engagement Index, as well as the Purpose and Values results of our Global People Survey as baseline to measure our success and to define appropriate actions. However, this year it was decided not to conduct the GPS due to COVID-19 as it would show inconsistent numbers compared to previous and future years.

 

103-3 Evaluation of the management approach

Employee Journey

It is our target to improve our results from the GPS by 10% each year. This year we are unable to identify our progress. 

GRI 401: Employment 2016

401-1 New employee hires and employee turnover

Number of New Hires

Turnover Rate

 

Health

GRI 103 Management Approach 2016 

103-1 Explanation of the material topic and its Boundary

Health

In order to fulfil our firm’s purpose of building trust in society and solving important problems for our clients, we need a healthy workforce. Due to the high levels of stress that result from the work we do, we use our burnout rate as an indicator of our employees’ health.

 

103-2 The management approach and its components

Health

It is our aim to create a healthy work environment, where our staff is protected and individuals who suffer health problems are supported. We raise awareness around mental health through various internal campaigns and work closely with the ASTF, as an external source.

 

103-3 Evaluation of the management approach

Health

Our target is zero burnout. This year, we had 19 diagnosed burnout cases.

Continuous Learning

GRI 103 Management Approach 2016 

103-1 Explanation of the material topic and its Boundary

Continuous Learning

The ability to learn, learn quickly and relearn, has never been more important than dealing with the changeability and complexity that all organisations are facing. Our staff need to have the accurate skills and knowledge to address the needs of our clients and our stakeholders.

 

103-2 The management approach and its components

Continuous Learning

Working towards a culture of knowledge innovation that fits the business models of tomorrow, we started to upskill and future skill our teams. We are enhancing the  set of skills and capabilities of our people around new emerging needs on the market and responsible business.

 

103-3 Evaluation of the management approach

Continuous Learning

It is our aim to provide training and learning platforms to 100% of our workforce. 

Sustainability is not delivered to our people as a one-off training event, but rather as sustained and continuous messaging across the major learning events within PwC.

GRI 404: Training and Education 2016

404-1 Average hours of training per year per employee

Training Statistics

 
 

404-2 Programmes for upgrading employee skills and transition assistance programmes

Continuous Learning

 

List of mandates

Organisation

Function

A1er Sàrl

Administrateur

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

Member of the Financial Market Committee

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

Membre du Payments Cluster

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

 

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

PwC representative in Banking Supervision Committee

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

Leader of the working group "US Tax Issues" & Back-up participant of the working group "Tax Reporting Standards" & Member of the fiscal committee

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

Fiscal Committee

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

Tax expert

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

Member of the Working Group DLT

ABBL (Association des Banques et Banquiers Luxembourgeois)

Member

ABIAL (Association of British and Irish Accountants in Luxembourg )

General Secretary

ACA (Association des Compagnies d'Assurance)

Member of the Reinsurance Committee

ACA (Association des Compagnies d'Assurance)

Member of the DAC 6 group

ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners), Luxembourg Chapter in formation

Director

AFIDI (Association de la FInance DIgitale a.s.b.l.)

Membre du Conseil d'Administration + Secrétaire

AGERE (Association des gestionnaires de Réassurances)

Representative member

AIMA (Alternative Investment Management Association)

Member of the ESG working group

Aktionsbündnis gegen Homophobie e.V.

Board member and Treasurer

ALCO

Member

ALCO (Association Luxembourgeoise des Compliance Officers du Secteur Financier)

Member

ALCO (Association Luxembourgeoise des Compliance Officers du Secteur Financier)

Member

ALCO (Association Luxembourgeoise des Compliance Officers du Secteur Financier)

Member

ALCO (Association Luxembourgeoise des Compliance Officers du Secteur Financier)

Conseiller technique du conseil d'administration

ALCO (Association Luxembourgeoise des Compliance Officers du Secteur Financier)

Member

ALCO (Association Luxembourgeoise des Compliance Officers du Secteur Financier)

Member

ALCO (Association Luxembourgeoise des Compliance Officers du Secteur Financier)

Member

Alfi

member

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Infrastructure group & Real Estate Group

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of ETF working group

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member, Technical Committee J15 Digital Taxation

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Chairwoman of the Technical sub-group GIPS

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

co chairwoman of the Hedge Fund and liquid Alternatives group

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Co-chair of GDPR working Group &

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of Equity Crowd Funding and P2P Lending Working Group

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the Securitisation Working Group

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the ALFI Debt Fund working group & of the ALFI RE working group

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the IFRS sub-committee & of the RE sub-committee

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Back-up participant of the working group "DAC6"

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the Solvency 2 Committee & of the Pension Fund Committee

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the Funds Governance Committee

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Chair of the MMF working groups, co-chair of UCITS eligibility wg. member of regbo and some working groups

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the Regulatory board and member or chair of various working group (sustainability, SRD2...)

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the J6.4 FATCA CRS Reporting Working Group

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the Hedge Funds Working Group / sub-Committee

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the working group 2.2.2 for Real Estate

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Technical working group member - AIFMD

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of technical committee, Member of Fintech Forum & Board member

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of the responsible investing committee

ALFI (Association Luxembourgeoise des Fonds d'Investissement)

Member of various private equity committees

Alpha Lyrae

shareholder and director

ALRIM (Association Luxembourgeoise de Risk Management)

Member of the Board

ALUPSE (Association Luxembourgeoise De Pédiatrie Sociale)

Membre du Conseil d'Administration

Amcham Luxembourg

member of the tax working group

American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg

Vice - Chair of the tax committee

American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg

Executive board

American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg

Member of the Finance Committee

American Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg

Chairwoman of diversity Committee

Anempa (family SCI set up to hold a family real estate)

Director (gérant) and beneficial owner - business is limited to manage a property held together with my husband and my children

Association Autour du Livre

Membre du conseil d'administration, tresorier

Association des Parents d'Elèves de l'Athénée de Luxembourg

Administrateur et trésorier

Association des parents d'élèves de l'école privée Fieldgen asbl

Vice-présidente

Association Metz Lorraine Japon

Trésorier

Association Moulins Energie, asbl

Trésorière

Association pour le Progès du Management

Membre - Club Mansfeld

Association Sportive Kikuoka Country Club ASBL

Commissaire aux Comptes

Association Vauban

Administrateur

ASTF (Association pour la Santé au Travail du Secteur Financier)

Board member

Atelier Jacques Loly a.s.b.l.

Trésorier

Axiomatic S.à r.l.

Gérant

BEIESTACK S.A.

Director

BEIESTACK S.A.

Member of the board

BreakingResearch S.A.

Managing Director

British Chamber of Commerce in Luxembourg

Member of tax committee

Burgundy School of Business - BSB Education

Alumni Advisory Board member

Cadini S.A.

Administrator

Caritas Enfants et Familles ASBL

Administrateur et Secrétaire

Caritas Jeunes et Familles ASBL

Administrateur et Secrétaire

CDB&P SCI

Associé Gérant

Chacam Sarl

Gérante

Chambre de Commerce Francaise au Luxembourg

Tresoriere

Chinalux

Executive director

CJ Hage Holding BV

Director

CNC, Commission des Normes Comptables

Member of GT1 and GT4

CNPD

Working Group on CARPA - Member

Cocola SA

Director

Commissariat aux Assurances

Member of the Insurance Sector Working Group

Commission de normes comptables

member of working group

Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)

Member of exam jury (EAP jury)

Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)

Member of CTA

Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF)

Member of the Pension Fund Working group

CONSEIL CYNEGETIQUE DE LORRAINE ASBL (ONG)

ADMINISTRATOR

Crèche de Luxembourg

Commissaire aux comptes - mandat à titre gracieux

CSSF (Comission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier)

Member representing IRE at the CANTIB (AML/CTF Advisory Committee )

Cyfarobe S.à r.l.

Gérant

Desmesus Sociedad Limitada

Director

Dokiliko S.à r.l.

Gérant

Dutch partnership owning the farm which used to be my father's until he died in 2012

Co-owner of a partnership with my one of my brothers

EFAMA (The European Funds and Asset Management Association)

Member of Pension working group

EFAMA (The European Funds and Asset Management Association)

Member of the VAT task force

EFAMA (The European Funds and Asset Management Association)

Member of the Responsible investing working group and of the MMF working group and of the stability working group

EFAMA (The European Funds and Asset Management Association)

member of the standing committee on investor education

Elisart 1 Sàrl

Manager

Elruti Services BV

Director

EQTrack

Co-founder & Blockchain Lead

ETHYONS SPRL

Gérant

European Contact Group (ECG)

Luxembourg representative

European Impact investing committee

Administrateur et vice-présidente

Fédération de Squash Luxembourgeoise

Secrétaire du conseil d'administration

Fédération des Femmes Cheffes d'Entreprises (FFCEL) , Women Leaders

Membre

Fédération Luxembourgeoise de Hockey sur Glace

Administrateur

FFCEL, a.s.b.l. (Fédération des femmes cheffes d'entreprise)

Commissaire aux comptes - mandat à titre gracieux

FinDatex

Co-chair of the EMT ESG WG

Four Seas S.A.

Administrateur

Grand Hiversport

Administrateur

Haut Comite de la Place Financiere Luxembourg

Member of the CMU Working group

Haute Committee de la Place Financier (HCPF)

Member regarding working group geographic markets

Hiversport Huskies ASBL

Administrateur et trésorier

Hockey Club Luxembourg

Treasurer

Home Owners Association Herengracht 457, Amsterdam

Director

Home Owners Association Singel 109, Amsterdam

Director

Hubstir LLC

Managing member

IFA Luxembourg

Board member

ILA (Institut Luxembourgeois des Administrateurs)

Member of the Marketing Committee

ILA (Institut Luxembourgeois des Administrateurs)

Board Member

ILA (Institut Luxembourgeois des Administrateurs)

Chair of the Funds Committee

ILA (Institut Luxembourgeois des Administrateurs)

Member of the Fraud Committee

IMMO ITTROISE SRL

Administrateur

ImmoVision S.p.r.l (Family Real Estate Company)

Administrateur

IMS, Inspiring More Sustainability

Chairman of the Board

INREV

Member of the reporting committee

INREV (European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicles)

Chairman of the reporting committee

Institut Luxembourgeois des Actuaires (ILAC)

Member of the board - treasurer

Institute of Internal Auditors, Luxembourg Chapter

Board Member

IOTA

advisor for cyber (non executive)

IRE

Member

IRE - Commission Assurance

représentant PwC

IRE - Sous-Commission LBC/FT.

Member

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Member

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Chairman of the securitisation committee

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Member of CET

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Membre de la Commission Formation

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Member of the Banking Technical Committee & Board member

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Member

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Member of the "Commission Contrôle Qualité"

IRE (Institut des Réviseurs d'Entreprises)

Membre du comité Private Equity, Présidente de la Commission Risk Management

Irish Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce

Vice chair member

JAFELO

CEO

JPRF SA

Administrateur

JS Company GmbH

Founder

Kobalt sarl

Director

L'Atelier d'Eva, Société Coopérative

Board member

Le Tilleul a.s.b.l.

administrateur

LHoFT

Board member- pwc representative

Livenza S.A.

Administrateur unique

LPEA, (Luxembourg Private Equity and Venture Capital Association)

member of the Sustainability Technical Committee

LPEA, (Luxembourg Private Equity and Venture Capital Association)

Chair of the sub-group re. VAT

LPEA, (Luxembourg Private Equity and Venture Capital Association)

Membre du comité d'évaluation / comptabilité

lrayebois001

Trainee

Luxembourg Capital Market Association asbl

Member of the executive board - Treasurer

Luxembourg Finance Labelling Agency (LuxFLAG)

Member of the Green Bond Label Eligibility Committee

Luxembourg Finance Labelling Agency (LuxFLAG)

Member of ESG eligibility committee

Luxembourg Financial MArkets Association

Member

Luxembourg International Tennis Club by ESTESS, A.s.b.l.

Board member and Vice-President

Luxembourg Orienteeering Club asbl

Treasurer

Luxembourg Private Equity Association

Co-chair of tax committee

Luxembourg Professional LGBT+ Allies Association, a.s.b.l.

Membre du Board - tresorier

Luxembourg-Poland Chamber of Commerce (asbl)

Board Member

Mister Mind S.à.r.l-s

Co-gérant

o7o S.à r.l.

Director

OEC

Member of the accounting committee

OEC

Expert comptable

OEC - Commission Fiscalité

membre de la commission

Ordre des Experts Comptables

Member of the Tax committee

Ordre des Experts Comptables

Membre du conseil

Ordre des Experts Comptables au Maroc (Professional Committee)

member

Partnrs Investment SCSp

Gérant unique

Phenixall Five S.àr.l.

Board of Managers

Possible Invest S.A.

Administratrice

PwC EU Services EEIG

General Manager

PwC representative (as liquidator for non-audit clients (investment funds))

PwC representative (as liquidator for non-audit clients (investment funds))

PwC TIR S.à r.l.

Membre du conseil de gérance

Radio 1,7 (établissement public)

Board member

Recyclage S.à r.l.

Board of Managers

Residence AQUA VIVA, Luxembourg Merl

Member of the syndic committee

Résidence Bougainvillier S.à r.l.

Gérante

Résidence Bougainvillier S.à r.l.

Gérant

Résidence Bougainvillier S.à r.l.

Gérant

Russian Business Chamber of Commerce

Member

SCEA SERGENT Joel et Filles

Co-owner of a family business

SCI ALLUKAN (France)

Gérant/Associé

SCI de Marmara

Gérant

SCI de Merl

Manager (gérant)

SCI Guardian Angels

sole shareholder and director. Entity holds my real estate in France

SCI La Prevote

Board of Managers

SCI LaStAr

Directeur

SCI Les Enfants de l'Etang

Board of Managers

SCI Phenixall

Board of Managers

SCI Phenixall For Lux

Board of Managers

SCI Phenixall One

Board of Managers

SCI Phenixall Seven

Board of Managers

SCI Phenixall Six

Board of Managers

SCI Phenixall Three

Board of Managers

SCI Phenixall Two

Board of Managers

SCI Widem

Board of Managers

Scifan S.a r.l.

Gérant

Solvay Business School of ULB-Mastere Special en Gestion Fiscale

Membre du comite scientifique

SOPAFA Sàrl

Board of Managers

Spallian

member of the supervisory board

St. George's International School, Luxembourg ASBL

Member of the Board

Stichting Administratiekantoor WEG OOO

Administrateur

SunTarot Sarl

Gérant

SV Trier Irsch 1948 e.V.

Treasurer

Syndic immobilier privé

commissaire aux comptes

Topad Group

Director of the Board

Toutes à l'école Luxembourg, a.s.b.l.

Commissaire aux Comptes

Toutes à l'école Luxembourg, a.s.b.l.

Administrateur

Toutes à l'école Paris

Administrateur et vice-présidente

Trimanco S.à r.l.

Gérant/Associé

trujans sarl

technical manager

UEL

member of working group on talent attraction

Vetcarelux S.à r.l.

Partner

VFR Concept S.à r.l.

Board of Managers

VoxWave SAS

Co-founder/associate

Wine Select S.à r.l.-S

CO-FOUNDER / ADMINISTRATOR

Woman in Business asbl

Board member

This material makes reference to GRI disclosure 102-13

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