Charles Muller is a legal expert in Investment Management Regulation. We are working with Charles on the topic of human rights and finance.
With 30 years of experience, Charles acts as an independent director for funds and management companies, trainer and conference speaker and as a consultant in European and Luxembourg public policy. He is registered as a honorary attorney (‘avocat honoraire’) with the Luxembourg Bar, co-chair of the NGO ‘Finance and Human Rights asbl’ and a member of several public advisory bodies in Luxembourg, including the regulator CSSF’s ‘Comité GFI’ (asset management) and the foreign ministry’s Business and Human Rights Committee.
After studying law in Paris and London, Charles became a Luxembourg barrister. In 1994 he joined Banque Générale du Luxembourg, then, in 2003, ALFI, the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry where he held the position of Deputy Director General. Charles was also a Board member of the world-wide federation of investment fund associations (IIFA) and a member of the Management Committee of the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA). In 2011, he joined KPMG Luxembourg as a Partner, Head of Regulatory and Leader of the European Centre of Excellence for Investment Management Regulation. He was also a member of the KPMG Global leadership team for investment management and a Global Lead on AIFMD (Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive).