Co-founder of Innpact, Patrick Goodman is an expert consultant in the establishment of impact finance vehicles. He has in-depth understanding of all operational, financial and legal processes of investment vehicles backed by more than twenty years experience in the banking and fund industry. He last worked for Citibank Luxembourg as Vice President in charge of the Sales and Account Management Team. Patrick holds a masters degree in commercial engineering from the Solvay Business School, Brussels.
Members of the Microfinance Label Eligibility Committee (MLEC)
Mickael Tabart is a Partner at KPMG, with whom he has been for the past 12 years and, since 2006, has specialized in particular in microfinance investment funds. He is also a trainer at KPMG and the IFBL where he delivers technical courses on the Investment Fund sector. His current involvement in Microfinance include the audit as engagement partner of funds promoted by the EIB, EIF, Symbiotics, ResponsAbility and the European Microfinance platform ASBL.
Mickael studied in Belgium (FUcAM), Spain (Complutense) and UK (University of Nottingham and London Business School). He is qualified as a Chartered Accountant and has a Master in audit and finance.
With a background in Economics, Computer Science and Innovation, Bernard is working as a senior project manager at Appui au Développement Autonome (ADA) since 2012. He has been deeply involved in the management of projects like MicroMED/ADA in Tunesia and the recently launched MFI Microlux in Luxembourg.
Prior to his work at ADA, Bernard was Chief Technical Adviser at Lux-Development where he trained amongst others unit managers in microfinance management (EMI and MFC) in Laos.
Thomas Lammar is Attaché de Légation within the Luxembourg Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs. He is in charge of three areas: inclusive finance, private sector engagement and policy coherence. In his daily work, he works closely with partners. He coordinates projects with stakeholders, and explore new opportunities for the development cooperation.
He studied Sociology and Anthropology in Brussels, where he focused mainly on European research.