Katharina Lüth

Raisin

Head of Europe

Katharina Lüth is Head of Europe at Raisin.   As Head of Europe she is responsible for scaling the platform internationally and running the nonGerman language platforms allowing customers from across the European Union access to higher interest and better savings products with the highest convenience possible.  Prior joining Raisin, Katharina spent 7 years with McKinsey & Company.  As a senior project manager she mainly served major European universal and private banks. Main focus areas were asset management/private banking, pricing, advisory concepts, and lean transformations. Key projects included project lead on a large scale transformation for a major European bank, development of a postcrisis strategy for a number of Private Banks and Asset Managers, as well as a cross-European analysis of deposit products. Katharina worked predominantly across Europe but also in Latin America and Africa.   Katharina holds an MBA from IESE Business School as well as a BSc. in International Business with a major in Finance from both Northeastern University, MA and Reutlingen University. 

Event Sessions Featuring Katharina Lüth


Panel

Beyond investment trusts: Where's the next wave of capital going to come from?

London Summit 2018 - 26th March 2018

  • Lüth said Raisin is working on developing EFTs with passive fund giant Vanguard while Aikens said Prodigy Finance is looking at different fund structures very closely.
  • Newsome said that two forms of private debt have sprung up. First is $850bn and more mid market private equity based and the second is platform based lending being $50-100bn. He added that a type of ‘fund of platforms’ could happen soon to help the latter grow.
  • Ramaekers said Aegon are planning a long run investment in the private credit space but that it can takes a while before actually buying the first loan in a platform. “It was a year before we deployed money after first meeting Funding Circle for the first time,” he said.


Panel

The European digital banking challengers and their plans for cross–selling

AltFi Global Summit 2017 - 7th November 2017