Norbert Becker is an investor, manager and independent director for various regulated and non-regulated entities. Mr. Becker started his career with the financial services regulator in Luxembourg in 1974 where he was responsible for the regulatory supervision of financial institutions. In 1979, he established the Andersen Audit, Tax and Consulting firm in Luxembourg, of which the consulting arm later became Accenture.
In 1994, Mr. Becker was appointed a member of the European Operating Committee of Andersen and served as the Regional Managing Partner for Central Asia, Eastern Europe, India and the Middle East. In 1998, he was appointed Global Managing Partner of Administration and Infrastructure of the Global Firm and moved to New York and London. In 2002, Mr. Becker managed the merger of over 50 non-US Andersen member firms into Ernst & Young where he served as the Global CFO of EY.
In 2004, Mr. Becker returned to Luxembourg and started various business ventures including Atoz, a high-end tax advisory and corporate finance firm, and Compagnie de Banque Privée Quilvest, a bank fully dedicated to wealth management. Mr. Becker serves on the boards of several international corporations and joined the Lombard International Board of Directors in July 2009.