2010 Conference Series – Paris, France
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 - Friday, June 18, 2010
2010 Conference Series – Paris, France
Part two of this 6 day conference on Financial Interdependence in the World’s Post-Crisis Capital Markets, will be held in Paris from June 16 – 18, 2010. On Wednesday, June 16th delegates will travel to Paris, France followed by a Welcome Bistro Dinner at Aux Anysetiers du Roy at 7PM.
Location – 61, rue St. Louis en L’Isle • Metro: Sully Morland or Pont Marie • $60 USD payable to GIC • Attire: Business casual
Thursday, June 17th. and Friday, June 18th
GIC will partner with Banque de France for our full day conference, open to the public. Metro stop: Bourse • Attire: Business
Kathi Grace-Schoeppl is a certified financial planner, certified investment management analyst and is principal and co-founder of Excelsior Capital Advisors, LLC.
Hans Blommestein, Ph.D.
Dr. Hans J. Blommestein graduated in economics from the Free University of Amsterdam where he obtained also his Ph.D. on an econometric topic.
He has worked for the OECD in Paris in various capacities. In the period 1998-2000 he was the acting head of the financial affairs division of the OECD. In the period 1991-1995, he was the CSCE professor of economics, department of public administration and public policies, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands. He participated as advisor in many IMF missions to Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Dr. Blommestein was also on a few occasions a visiting scholar in the research department of the IMF.
During his tenure at the ministry of finance, Dr. Blommestein was the Netherlands member of the OECD Committee on Capital Movements and Invisible Transactions (CMIT) and a temporary alternate member of the Monetary Committee of the EC. He was also the personal assistant of Minister Onno Ruding in his capacity as chairman of the interim committee of the IMF (the highest policy-making body of the IMF).
Prior to that, Dr. Blommestein held positions as an associate professor of economics at the University of Twente, visiting professor at the University of Akron, visiting scientist at the Smithsonian Institution, deputy head of the international monetary affairs division at the Dutch Ministry of Finance.
Dr. Blommestein published many articles on econometric methodology, spatial economics, pension finance, the political and economic transformation process in former socialist countries, and financial markets.
His current clients are government and (semi-)governmental agencies (e.g. financial supervisors, pension fund organisations) from the OECD area, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the former Soviet Union. In addition he works with representatives from the financial services industry, including pension funds, insurance companies, stock exchanges and banks.
Dr. Blommestein served (or is serving) on several international advisory or governance boards: IMF-led International Advisory Board on Payment System reform in Russia; US-coordinated International Advisory Board on the preparation of an economic reform programme for the new government of Serbia; EU advisory group on the development of a second pillar in EU pension systems; OECD/FEAS Working Group on Capital Market Development in Eurasia; Contributing member of ATCA (The Asymmetric Threats Contingency Alliance); US-coordinated International Advisory Board on Ukrainian Bond Market Development and Strategy for Public Debt Management (Ukrainian Ministry of Finance, 2007).
Mr. Chevallier has 36 years of experience in asset management and strategy. He earned a CET in 1969 and an MBA from the University of Chicago in 1973.
He served as international equity manager at Caisse des Depots from 1973 to 1977. He was manager of international equity unit trusts at BNP from 1977 to 1997. He was director of investment strategy, management and BNP Paribas AM at BNP from 1997 to 2001. He was director of strategy at CM-CIC Securities from 2001 to 2007. He became president of Alpha Mining in October of 2007.
A graduate from ESSEC Business School, Robert Ophele joined Banque de France in 1981. He has been involved in Banking Supervision, Banque de France Internal Finance (Budget, Asset and Liability Management), and Monetary Economics. He is currently deputy director general, economics and international relations.
Ross Westgate co-hosts CNBC’s worldwide daily business news programme, Worldwide Exchange, live from London with Christine Tan (Singapore) and Nicole Lapin (New York).
He is one of CNBC’s most experienced anchors, with over 13 years experience in financial broadcasting. Prior to Worldwide Exchange, Ross anchored Morning Exchange and Power Lunch Europe and regularly anchored Squawk Box. In addition, he has presented the channel’s Media Talk series of programmes and sports series, Money and Sport.
Ross covers many high profile business events on behalf of CNBC including the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos and the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. He is also a contributor to City AM. Furthermore, Ross is an ambassador for The Prince’s Trust.
Before studying for a postgraduate in broadcast journalism, Ross worked for 6 years in the City of London, where he trained as a stockbroker, working with private clients.
After graduating from Oxford University in 1985, Andrew joined the capital markets division of Schroders, where he worked for 15 years in London and Tokyo. Upon the sale of Schroders’ investment banking business to Citigroup in 2000 he joined the fixed income division of Citigroup Global Markets, where he was responsible for business with private banks and retail institutions. He left Citigroup and established LCF in 2005. He is the non-executive chairman of Apollo Venture Capital Trust, which is managed by Octopus Investments.
Dr. Martin Jetzer was for 25 years, chief economist of HSBC Guyerzeller Bank and as its chief investment officer, responsible for investment strategy, he also was for many years a member of the management. Martin Jetzer was co-founder and editor of the leading Swiss financial market publication “Financial Markets and Portfolio Management” and is a member of several renowned American and European experts commissions. Martin Jetzer as chief investment strategist carries the responsibility for the investment process of the Belle Capital.
Julian CallowChief International Economist, Barclays
Julian Callow is chief international economist at Barclays, based in London.
Gilles Moec is co-head of European economics research at Deutsche Bank. He started his career as an economist in the French public service in 1994. He was head of the international economics division of the Banque de France in 2006 and a member of the working group on forecasting of the European Central Bank when he moved to the private sector in London at Bank of America. He joined Deutsche Bank in July 2009 as a senior economist covering the Euro area. He has published numerous notes in Deutsche Bank’s “Focus Europe” on monetary and fiscal policy in Euroland, as well as on specific economic developments in France, Italy, Spain and Portugal. Gilles Moec frequently comments on current economic affairs in media such as the BBC or the Wall Street Journal.
J. Paul HorneIndependent International Economist & GIC Board Member
J. Paul Horne has been an active independent international market economist since retiring in 2001 as a managing director and European equity market economist at Salomon Smith Barney/Citigroup in London.
Peter DemiraliManaging Director, Cumberland Advisors
Peter Demirali joined Cumberland Advisors in 2002 as Portfolio Manager for the Taxable Bond style, and became a Managing Director in 2011. Mr. Demirali was a Senior Portfolio Manager at Smith Barney Asset Management from 1990 to 1999. In that position, he initiated a corporate bond component for taxable fixed-income portfolios.
Pierre Cailleteau served as senior vice president of sovereign risk of Paris of Moody’s Investors Service Ltd. Paris, Mr. Cailleteau joined Lazard Ltd from Moody’s Investor Services, where he was global head of Sovereign Ratings. Mr. Cailleteau has extensive experience within both the public (Financial Stability Board, IMF, Bank of France) and private sectors (Credit Agricole Investment Bank, Moody’s). He has been member of Sovereign Advisory Group of Lazard Ltd. since September 6, 2010.
Martin BarnesChief Economist, BCA Research
Martin Barnes is the chief economist at BCA Research. He joined BCA Research in late 1987 and for 18 years he was responsible for The Bank Credit Analyst, the company’s highly respected flagship service.
Jim specializes in the fields of energy and environment, climate, tax and technology policy as well as diverse special situations. Jim brings the benefit of over 25 years’ experience in Washington to his forecasts for institutional investors. For most of his nine years at Prudential Equity Group, he was a senior vice president and research analyst working with both the investment strategy teams and the sector-specific research teams covering electric utilities, primary energy industries, industrials and information technology companies. Earlier, in the policy world, Jim held a wide range of positions as an analyst, lobbyist, issues manager, political strategist and business development consultant. His work integrates technical expertise with deep insight into the process and institutions of Washington. Jim frequently appears as a speaker at industry conferences and a commentator in the financial press. He was educated at Princeton University and St. Anselm’s Abbey School and lives in Arlington, Virginia.
Herbert Taylor, Ph.D.Vice President and Corporate Secretary, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Herb Taylor is an economist, vice president, and corporate secretary with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. In his current role, he is charged with the administration of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s board of directors and the Office of the President.
Kathleen StephansenChief Economist and Senior Managing Director of AIG
Kathleen Stephansen is AIG chief economist and senior managing director. Her role is to lead AIG Global Economics, which is responsible for delivering rigorous and actionable macroeconomic analyses to support the strategy and decision-making of AIG and its key businesses.
Kozo KoideChief Economist, DIAM Co. Ltd.
Kozo Koide is the Chief Economist at DIAM Co. Ltd., formerly DL-IBJ Asset Management, which is one of the top class Japanese asset management companies with about 10.5 trillion yen (approximately 135 billion US$) assets under its management at the end of March 2012.
Rudy PennerInstitute Fellow, The Urban Institute
Rudolph G. Penner is an Institute fellow at the Urban Institute and holds the Arjay and Frances Miller Chair in Public Policy.
John MauldinEditor, Thoughts from the Frontline
John Mauldin is a renowned financial expert, a New York Times best-selling author and a pioneering online commentator. Each week, over 1 million readers turn to Mauldin for his penetrating view on Wall Street, global markets and economic history.
Josh RosnerManaging Director, Graham Fisher & Co.
Josh Rosner is co-author of the New York Times Bestseller “Reckless Endangerment: How Outsized Ambition, Greed, and Corruption Led to Economic Armageddon,” and managing director at independent research consultancy Graham Fisher & Co.
John E. Silvia, Ph.D.Managing Director, Chief Economist, Wells Fargo Securities LLC
John Silvia is a managing director and the chief economist for Wells Fargo. Based in Charlotte, N.C., he has held his position since he joined Wachovia in 2002 as the company’s chief economist.
Christian NoyerGovernor, Banque de France
Christian Noyer has been Governor of the Banque de France since November 2003. In November 2009, he was reappointed for a second six-year term. He is a member of the Governing Council and General Council of the European Central Bank (ECB).
David KotokCIO of Cumberland Advisors and GIC Vice Chair of the Central Banking Series
David R. Kotok co-founded Cumberland Advisors in 1973 and has been its chief investment officer since inception.