Master in Wealth Management


All courses will be taught by highly regarded and experienced lecturers, drawn from the highly reputed Finance and Law Department of the University of Luxembourg and will be delivered at the premises of the Luxembourg School of Finance.

Some of the people that you will meet with include:

Andreas Neugebauer is CEO of AN Advisory. He is an independent advisor for Banks, Family Offices, Asset Managers and SME-companies and is specialized in merger and acquisition situations, reorganization and the set-up of new company and fund structures.
Before that he worked for DZ Bank Group, setting-up and running Banks in Ireland, Switzerland, USA and Luxembourg. In his last position he was CEO and CFO of DZ Privatbank, one of the biggest and most active banks in Luxembourg. He was or is an active member in several committees and boards and holds a degree in Financial Engineering of the University of Karlsruhe.

Mr. Neugebauer teaches Private Banking.



Georges Hübner (Ph.D., INSEAD) is Professor of finance and the Deloitte Chair of Portfolio Management and Performance of HEC-Management School of the University of Liège (Belgium). He is also Associate Professor of Finance at Maastricht University (the Netherlands) and Affiliate Professor at EDHEC (France - Singapore) and Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (Belgium). Georges has published books and research articles on credit risk, hedge funds and portfolio performance. Georges is co-founder and scientific director of Gambit Financial Solutions, a company that produces software solutions for investor profiling, portfolio optimization and risk management. Prof. Hübner was appointed in 2009 and 2011 as one of the four experts by the Belgian Government to analyse the financial and banking crisis and the collapse of the Dexia Group.

Prof. Hübner teaches Personal Portfolio Management.



Pol Tansens (MSc. Engineering, MSc. Economics, University of Antwerp) is Head of Real Estate Investment Strategy of BNP Paribas Wealth Management (Paris/Brussels), providing services to high net worth individuals. He started his career at Fortis Bank, where he was a senior equity analyst for Real Estate and Head of Strategy and Property Research. Before that he worked at the United Nations and travelled extensively on educational missions among others in Niger, Rwanda and Suriname. Pol is a visiting lecturer at the Solvay Business School (Brussels) and the Universiteit Antwerpen Management School (Antwerp). He has published a wide range of research reports in the field of real estate. He is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors RICS.

Pol Tansens teaches Real Estate



Paolo Panico is Managing Director of Private Trustees SA, an independent trust and corporate service provider in Luxembourg  with a branch in Geneva. Paolo is a lecturer at the University of Sassari, Sardinia, and at a Master in Trusts Law organised by a consortium of Italian universities. He is regularly involved in international conferences, including the Oxford Offshore Symposium (Jesus College, Oxford). His publications include many articles in specialised journals as well as the book International Trust Laws (Oxford University Press, 2010).  Paolo is the head of the technical committee of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP), Benelux branch, and a Council member of the International Tax Planning Association (ITPA).

Paolo Panico teaches Legal Structures



Roman Kräussl is Professor at the Luxembourg School of Finance. He studied Economics at the University of Bielefeld and got his PhD in Financial Economics at Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main. Before joining the LSF, he taught at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, the Amsterdam School of Finance and at the Goizueta Business School of Emory University, Atlanta. Roman is research fellow at the CFS and at the Emory Center for Alternative Investments (CAI). He was also head of Quantitative Research at Cognitrend GmbH, a spin-off from Deutsche Bank specialized in behavioural finance and the development of mathematical trading models. His research focuses on Alternative Investments, Behavioral Finance, and Private Equity & Venture Capital. He established the website, where he publishes some of his recent work on art as an alternative asset class, and is contributing editor at Art + Auction and author of its monthly Databank column.

Roman Kräussl teaches Behavioral Finance and Alternative Investments.