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EuroFinance’s International Treasury Management conference is the
world’s leading international treasury event – the sophistication, level of
expertise and networking are unrivalled by any other event of its kind.
Simon is co-Founder and Blockchain Lead at 11:FS, he is one of the most recognised thought leaders on Blockchain and DLT. Previously at Barclays, he established the bank as one of the leaders in blockchain thought and action, Simon also serves as an advisor to central banks and governments, in addition to consulting the top 20 banks on blockchain. He’s helped a variety of startups flourish through the Barclays Accelerator. He also co-hosts Fintech Insider, #1 business podcast on iTunes, listened to in over 152 countries and Blockchain Insider a brand new podcast launched in July.
Simon is Chief Commercial Officer of The Slide app, Cashfac’s cash management and banking app for small businesses. He leads all commercial and product engagement with the wider banking and professional sectors. Simon has worked in digital banking for over 25 years. He has specialised in digital platforms and delivery under those platforms to specific market sectors including agency banks, local authorities and other key sector propositions. A specialist in transactions, data, payments and cards, his key experience is in the strategic direction of digital solutions and their market commercialisation. During his time at Cashfac, Simon has migrated 44,000 bank accounts from a bank that was simplifying its proposition to various other institutions. The mix of accounts ranged from large corporates, agency banks and local authorities to vulnerable adult accounts where the impact of failure was direct suffering. He has deep relationships across the banking industry. Working with the FCA, the payments council, DWP and partner banks he ensured that a viable solution was delivered. Simon is active within the social banking and credit union arena and contributes to various industry forums and strategic bodies. He is a member of various fintech forums and enjoys watching the industry grow and change due to customer demand.
Randy Ou is currently the Treasury Vice President for Alibaba Group, based in Hangzhou. He has been the Treasurer for China and Treasury Global Center of Excellence in HP, based in Shanghai. He has also been in the role of Asia Pacific and Japan regional controller for the Real Estate function in Hong Kong, and regional senior business analyst when joining HP. Before HP, he had a few years of finance experiences in the military, finance company, and bank. He was graduated from National Taiwan University with the major in Economics and obtained MBA degree from University of Michigan, US. He has also earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) qualification and was the ex-Principal Advisor for the CFA China Shanghai Representative Office.
Philip has led the risk team at Liberty Global since January 2018. The team has primary responsibility for executing and maintaining the hedge portfolio associated with interest rate and currency risk for its associated operating companies (Virgin Media, UPC, Telenet, VodafoneZiggo) along with managing its pension risk, strategic equity positions and its share repurchase programs. Prior to Liberty Global, Philip was an interest rate derivatives structurer, firstly at RBS and then Santander. He studied mathematics at Cambridge and is a CFA charterholder.
SVP, Corporate Treasurer, Head of Insurance and Risk Management Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
Tomer has been Teva’s Corporate Treasurer and Head of Insurance & Risk Management since 2018, overseeing a team of 50+ professionals globally. Prior to assuming the role of Corporate Treasurer, Tomer served for 4 years as SVP, Corporate Coordination & Support at the Office of Preseident & CEO of Teva. In this role, he managed strategic, transformation and business development activities, coordinated the interaction with Teva’s Executive Team and Board of Directors, as well as lead key cross-functional strategic projects and processes, cultivating collaboration, accessibility and professionalism in the Office and throughout the company. In parallel, Tomer managed all of Teva’s investor relations activities with the Israeli capital market. Tomer has been working with Teva for nearly 10 years. Prior to Joining the Office of the President and CEO, he served as Chief Operating Officer for Teva’s Global Finance Group, and before that he was part of Teva’s Global Treasury team. Prior to joining Teva, Tomer worked for Citibank in Israel as a securities product and sales manager, and before that, as a corporate and securities lawyer at Herzog Fox Neeman, one of Israel’s top law firms. Tomer is a certified member of the Israeli Bar. He holds an LLB (cum laude) and a BA in Economics from the Tel-Aviv University, and an Executive MBA degree in Financial Engineering, Banking and Capital Markets (cum laude) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. In 2014, Tomer was selected as one of the top 40 “under 40” leaders in Israel by leading Israeli economic newspapers.
Naomi is responsible for Treasury Internationally: Operations, Foreign Exchange Risk Management, Fixed Income Investment, Banking and Regulation. Her team is located throughout EMEA and Asia. Naomi joined Intel in 1996 and held a number of positions within the Treasury Organization, culminating in her role as ‘Intel Corporation EMEA Treasurer’. She then took a career break in 2007 to allow her focus on family life, which she combined with a number of Non-Executive Directorships and rejoined Intel Corporation in her current role in 2015. Naomi holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from University College Dublin and is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ireland, having completed her training with PWC.
Kevin Kallaugher (KAL) is the internationally award-winning editorial cartoonist for The Economist and the Baltimore Sun. In a distinguished career that spans 39 years, KAL has created over 8,000 cartoons and 140 magazine covers. His résumé includes six collections of his published work, exhibitions in a dozen countries, and awards and honours in seven. These awards include Feature Cartoonist of the Year in Britain, Cartoon of the Year in Europe, the Thomas Nast Prize in Germany and the 2017 Berryman Award for cartoonist of the year in the United States. A graduate of Harvard, he has created acclaimed animations and calendars, toured the United States with the Second City improv comedy troupe and addressed audiences around the world. The “World Encyclopedia of Cartoons” says of KAL, “Commanding a masterful style, Kallaugher stands among the premier caricaturists of the (twentieth) century.”
Professor of Business & Public Policy University of Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government
Karthik Ramanna is Professor of Business & Public Policy and Director of the Master of Public Policy Programme at the University of Oxford’s Blavatnik School of Government. Karthik was previously on the faculty of Harvard Business School. At Harvard, he also held the Henry B. Arthur Fellowship in ethics, the Marvin Bower Fellowship recognising innovative faculty research, and a visiting fellowship at the Kennedy School of Government. Additionally, he is a faculty associate of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. At Harvard, Karthik taught the MBA course Leadership & Corporate Accountability, where he helped build a curriculum to develop leaders who can confront the 21st century’s most challenging problems. Karthik serves on the editorial boards of several scientific journals, including as co-editor of the interdisciplinary journal Accounting, Economics & Law and as associate editor of the Journal of Accounting & Economics, the most-cited outlet in that field. To more directly impact business policy, Karthik occasionally writes for the popular press, including the New York Times and the Economic Times. He has also consulted with the Brookings Institution, the Center for Audit Quality, and several leading auditing and financial firms. Karthik received his Ph.D. in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is an American citizen.
Regional Director, Europe Editor The Democracy Index, Economist Intelligence Unit UK
Joan heads a large team of analysts covering Europe, in the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Country Analysis division. Her specialist areas are the UK, Democracy, Geopolitics, Economies in transition, Greece and the Balkans. Joan has long experience in sharing her country and specialist expertise with clients. She is an experienced speaker and media presenter. Joan is the editor of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s flagship annual Democracy Index.
Doug joined Booking Holdings Inc. in 2014 as Corporate Treasurer. Doug oversees funding, investments, cash management, share repurchase, insurance, risk management and bank relations. Priceline’s brands include; Booking.com, priceline.com, KAYAK, Agoda.com, rentalcars.com and Open Table. Prior to Priceline, Doug spent 7 years at GE Capital, 7-years at IBM, 2-years at the Hertz Corporation and 8-years as a money markets trader at Fuji Bank Ltd.
Christine has been VP, Treasurer at Driscoll’s, Inc., the world’s largest supplier of fresh berries, since 2016 and became Head of Global Tax in 2019. Previously she was Treasurer at Creative Artists Agency, a leading talent and sports agency and TPG private equity portfolio company. Prior to that Christine was VP and Treasurer at Castle & Cooke, a privately held conglomerate and the sister company to Dole Food Company, and at American Golf Corporation, a Goldman Sachs/Starwood private equity portfolio company, and was an Associate at Lazard Frères. Christine started her career in investment banking at Deutsche Bank and was a financial analyst at Keystone Property Trust, a publicly traded REIT. Christine holds a BA in Economics from Goucher College and was an Associate Student at New College, Oxford University.
Alberto has been in the Financial Technology sector for over 20 years, managing and growing businesses ranging from startups to multi-million dollar publicly traded divisions. Most recently, Alberto was a Partner in the Advisory division of PwC, leading the Capital Markets Technology and Managed Services practices, where he partnered with clients and a range of global financial institutions. Previously, Alberto was the Global Head of Financial Services for eClerx, then the only publicly traded knowledge process outsourcing company in India, resulting in an 11-times growth in the stock price, a substantial expansion of capabilities and eClerx being named “#1 BPO in Financial Services”. Alberto began his career at FICS in Belgium, where he developed the first commercially successful technology suite for Internet Banking, leading up to its sale. Subsequently, he worked as an investment banker at Lehman Brothers before joining Murex, where he expanded the firm into a buy-side powerhouse, serving clients including some of the world’s top hedge funds, asset managers and insurance companies. Alberto holds a MSc. in Electrical Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, an MBA from the Yale School of Management, is fluent in 4 languages and has worked, lived and led businesses in North America, Europe and Asia.
Ramon Tolk, Ramon Tolk, Senior Director Treasury, Avery Dennison
Jesper Nielsen-Terp, Jesper Nielsen-Terp, Head of Treasury, Danske Commodities A/S
François Masquelier, SVP, Treasury & Risk Management, RTL Group
Michael Aragona, Head of Sales, Global Transaction, Mizuho Bank