Mon 10 Jul 2017
News - Meet the NEW ILA Board Members
Luxembourgish and French citizen and Luxembourg resident, David Barth was Executive Board Member as Group CFO and CEO/Managing Director in listed companies (IWKA, KUKA Systems, VALEO) as well as in international Luxembourgish family owned industrial companies for more than 20 years.
He was appointed as Non Executive Board Member of numerous daughter companies of the groups he served in. He has focused his career on operational excellence and on strategic business development in the Automotive (TIER 1 suppliers, automatised Production Systems) and on the general B2B manufacturing industry.
He is certified director of ILA from the INSEAD International Directors Program. David concentrates his activity as Independent Director in the field of non listed and non regulated industrial businesses, in particular of privately owned SMEsMarjolijne Droogleever Fortuyn
Marjolijne DROOGLEEVER FORTUYN is Vice President and Country Head Legal of the ABN AMRO Bank Group in Luxembourg. Among others, she serves as secretary to the Board and the Audit Committee of ABN AMRO Bank (Luxembourg) S.A. She is also President of the Board of SOS Villages d’Enfants Monde, Luxembourg asbl, a non-governmental organization, part of SOS Children’s Villages International, which helps children around the world through services in care, education, health and emergency response.
From 2008 to 2012 she served on the senate, the strategic leadership body of the worldwide organisation of SOS Children’s Villages. Marjolijne is member of the Non-Profit Organizations Committee of ILA.
She started her career as attorney at the Dutch law firm De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek in the Hague (1987-1990) and thereafter in their Brussels EU office (1990-1992). In 1992, she joined ABN AMRO in Luxembourg. Marjolijne has a Masters degree cum laude in Dutch private law of the University of Utrecht (NL), as well as a postgraduate degree in law (LL.M.) of the University of Cambridge (UK). Pierre Margue
Aged 56, Pierre holds a Maîtrise en droit des affaires from the University of Strasbourg and an LL.M. from London University (London School of Economics and Political Science).
Having spent the first sixteen years of his career in the financial sector at Banque de Luxembourg, Cedel (today Clearstream) and Cetrel (today Six), he joined SES on 1 January 2002, where he has been the Secretary of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Committee ever since. Pierre has represented SES in various ILA working groups from 2005 and in ILA’s Executive Committee since 2012.
He has also been a member of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange’s Group that has established the Ten Principles of Corporate Governance. From 2017 he has taken over as Chairman of that group. At SES, Pierre is also the Chairman of the SES Compliance Committee.John Parkhouse
John Parkhouse is the Chief Executive Officer and Senior Partner of PwC Luxembourg.
He is responsible for leading the Firm and its Executive Board. In addition, he leads a number of key client relationships.
John Parkhouse has been in Luxembourg since 1994 and was admitted as a partner in 1999. During this time, he has served many of the leading asset managers and was appointed as Asset Management Leader for PwC in Luxembourg in 2007 before assuming EMEA responsibility in 2010.
He has also worked closely with the Luxembourg Fund Industry Association (ALFI) and was chair of the Investment Fund Committee of the Luxembourg Institute of Directors. Before coming to Luxembourg, John worked with PwC in New York and trained in the UK.