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Banking and Capital Markets, Finance, Investment and Asset Management

FT Banking and Finance Paris Summit

Why France Now?

Paris |
Speakers include:
François Villeroy de Galhau

François Villeroy de Galhau

Banque de France

Karien van Gennip

Karien van Gennip

ING France

Pierre-André  de Chalendar

Pierre-André de Chalendar

Saint-Gobain

Overview

As the global financial services sector continues to be transformed by growing customer demands, the advent of disruptive technologies, regulatory pressures and increasing geo-political uncertainties, the French financial industry is grappling with the opportunities and challenges these shifts pose.

French finance is in the spotlight, as one of the country’s leading industries. Expectations are high: Paris has the potential to become the Eurozone’s main financial centre and lead the way for European finance. French banks are champions of the energy transition and pioneers of innovative solutions and products for a low carbon economy. The French fintech scene is flourishing and the government is determined to reinvigorate the country’s sclerotic business environment to ease regulations and tax rules to increase Paris’ attractiveness after Brexit. Will French finance seize the opportunity this time?

The FT Banking and Finance Paris Summit will provide a fresh perspective on the crucial issues impacting the French financial industry today, including its role, priorities, engines of growth and competitive environment. Through a combination of keynote addresses, on-stage interviews, case-studies and panel discussions, this high-level event will examine the current geopolitical and financial climate, the latest trends in capital markets, the key drivers shaping bank credit and the opportunities in clean financing and digital expansion. Join business leaders and policy makers in Paris to debate the future of the sector.

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fallback Add to my Calendar 06/04/2019 08:15:0006/04/2019 17:15:00trueFT Banking and Finance Paris SummitAs the global financial services sector continues to be transformed by growing customer demands, the advent of disruptive technologies, regulatory pressures and increasing geo-political uncertainties, the French financial industry is grappling with the opportunities and challenges these shifts pose.French finance is in the spotlight, as one of the country’s leading industries. Expectations are high: Paris has the potential to become the Eurozone’s main financial centre and lead the way for European finance. French banks are champions of the energy transition and pioneers of innovative solutions and products for a low carbon economy. The French fintech scene is flourishing and the government is determined to reinvigorate the country’s sclerotic business environment to ease regulations and tax rules to increase Paris’ attractiveness after Brexit. Will French finance seize the opportunity this time?The FT Banking and Finance Paris Summit will provide a fresh perspective on the crucial issues impacting the French financial industry today, including its role, priorities, engines of growth and competitive environment. Through a combination of keynote addresses, on-stage interviews, case-studies and panel discussions, this high-level event will examine the current geopolitical and financial climate, the latest trends in capital markets, the key drivers shaping bank credit and the opportunities in clean financing and digital expansion. Join business leaders and policy makers in Paris to debate the future of the sector.FT-Banking-and-Finance-Paris-Summit4ad9732cbff4cea523579cfc88591e99MM/DD/YYYY

Speakers (31)

François Villeroy de Galhau

François Villeroy de Galhau

Governor
Banque de France

 

François Villeroy de Galhau has been Governor of the Banque de France since 2015. An ENA graduate and a former Inspector of Finance, he joined the French Treasury in 1988 and held various posts in ministerial cabinets, at the French Treasury, then at the Permanent Representation of France in Brussels, before becoming Chief of Staff to the Minister of the Economy, Finance and Industry in 1997. Appointed Head of the General tax Directorate in 2000, he became CEO of Cetelem in 2003, then headed the retail banking activities of BNP Paribas in France (2008) and served as COO of BNP Paribas Group, from December 2011 until May 2015. At this date, the French government entrusted him with an assignment on corporate investment financing.

Karien van Gennip

Karien van Gennip

CEO
ING France

Karien van Gennip serves as CEO of ING in France since October  2015. ING in France is both a leader in online banking and among the top 5 international players in wholesale banking.

Karien joined ING Group in the Netherlands in September 2008 as Director of Group Public & Government Affairs, she was appointed Director of Private Banking & Investments in September 2010.

From 2003 to 2007, Karien served as State Secretary of Economic Affairs / Minister for Foreign Trade in the Dutch government with responsibilities for bilateral and multilateral Foreign Trade, entrepreneurship, regional policy, investment climate, and consumer policy. She also served as member of the Lower House of the Dutch Parliament 2006-2008.

Karien began her career in 1994 as a management consultant for McKinsey & Company in Amsterdam, and later in San Francisco. In 2002, she continued her career with the Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM).

Karien joined the Board of Directors of INSEAD in February 2019. She also serves as a Board member and vice chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce. In 2017, she was a member of the steering committee of the Institut Montaigne publication ‘L’Europe dont nous avons besoin’. Karien was previously a member of several Supervisory Boards in the Netherlands (e.g. SOS Children’s Villages the Netherlands, Cordaid, Deltares and ICC in France). Currently she is co-president of Financi’Elles.

Karien holds a Master’s degree of Delft University of Technology and an MBA from INSEAD (1995, Dean's List). In 2008, Karien was elected Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum

Pierre-André  de Chalendar

Pierre-André de Chalendar

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Saint-Gobain

 

 

Pierre-André de Chalendar joined Compagnie de Saint-Gobain in 1989. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer in 2007 and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 2010.

Mr de Chalendar is also a director of BNP Paribas. He is Vice-President of Entreprises pour l’Environnement, which he chaired from 2012 to 2015. Pierre-André de Chalendar has been appointed since July 2017 as co-president of La Fabrique de l'industrie and Chairman of ESSEC's Supervisory Board since February 2019.

Pierre-André de Chalendar is a graduate of ESSEC Business School and École Nationale d'Administration.

Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani

Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani

Chief Executive Officer
French Banking Federation

Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani is General Inspector of Finance. She graduated from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Paris and the Ecole Nationale d’Administration and studied political science and macroeconomics at NYU. She is Chief Executive Officer of the French Banking Federation since January 2014. From 2010 to 2012, she was Deputy Director of the Prime Minister’s Office. Previously Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Fédération nationale du Crédit Agricole from 2007 to 2010, she was deputy director of Banking and Financing of General Interest Activities at the Treasury from 2002 to 2007. From 2000 till 2002, she was head of the office of credit institutions and investment firms at the Treasury, after having been technical advisor for European Affairs to the Minister of Economy, Finance and Industry’s office, and occupied several positions at the Treasury and French Permanent Representation of France in Brussels. She is a member of the Board of the LabEx ReFi (Cnam, Ena, Université Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne, ESCP Europe), of Paris Europlace, Altarea-Cogedim, MEDEF and ICC France (International Chamber of Commerce).

Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani is Chevalier des Ordres de la Légion d’Honneur et du Mérite.

 

Twitter Account: @BarbatLayani  

 

Company / Institution Profile: With 340 members, the French Banking Federation (FBF) represents all banks operating in France. The FBF’s mission is to promote the banking and financial activity at the French, European and international levels. It defines the profession’s positions, proposals or concerns vis-à-vis public authorities and economic/financial authorities. Located in Paris, the FBF is also present throughout France via a network of 105 regional and departmental committees. It also maintains offices in Brussels and Frankfurt.

 

Laurence Boone

Laurence Boone

Chief Economist
OECD

 

As Chief Economist, Laurence Boone leads the work of the Economics Department and supervise the contributions of the Economics Department to the New Approaches to Economic Challenges (NAEC) and Inclusive Growth (IG) initiatives. She represents the OECD on economic issues and participate with the Secretary-General in the International Monetary and Financial Committee, and with the OECD Sherpa in the G7 and G20 meetings.

 

The Economics Department brings together more than 182 staff members involved in the production of the OECD Economic Outlook, more than 50 country-based economic surveys, the Going for Growth report that benchmarks structural reforms in member and partner countries and a broad range of analysis and policy advice.

 

Previously AXA Group Chief Economist and AXA IM Global Head of Multi Asset Client Solutions & Head of Research, Ms Boone began her career at Merrill Lynch Asset Management.  She was a researcher at France’s economic research institute, CEPII, and served as an OECD economist from 1998-2004. Other posts have included Chief Economist at Barclays Capital France and Managing Director of European Economic research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

 

Between 2014 and 2016, Ms Boone was Special Advisor for Multilateral and European Economic & Financial Affairs and G20 Sherpa to the Presidency of the French Republic, in charge of managing the G20 negotiations on behalf of the President and of managing the relationships with the EU institutions, IMF and member states. 

 

Ms Boone, a French national, has a PhD in Applied Economics from the London Business School (UK); a Master's Degree in Econometrics & Macroeconomic Modelling from Reading University (UK); a Master's Degree in Economics from Université Paris X Nanterre (FRA) and a postgraduate diploma (DEA) in Modelling and Quantitative Analysis from University Paris X Nanterre (FRA).

Clare  Woodman

Clare Woodman

Head of EMEA and CEO
Morgan Stanley & Co. International

Clare Woodman is Head of EMEA and CEO of Morgan Stanley & Co. International Plc. She is a member of both the global operating and management committees. Clare was previously Global Chief Operating Officer for Morgan Stanley’s Institutional Securities Group. She joined Morgan Stanley in 2002 from Clifford Chance.

Clare is a Trustee of the Morgan Stanley International Foundation, overseeing the firm’s longstanding partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital, and she is an active sponsor of the firm’s Women's Business Alliance.

Clare holds senior non-executive roles at The UK Finance Board, The Banking Standards Board, TheCityUK and the Association for Financial Markets in Europe.

Clare studied at the London Business School where she obtained her MBA.

Martin Wolf CBE

Martin Wolf CBE

Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator
Financial Times

Martin Wolf is Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator at the Financial Times. He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the British Empire) in 2000 “for services to financial journalism”. He was a member of the UK government’s Independent Commission on Banking between June 2010 and September 2011. Mr Wolf is an honorary fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford University, Corpus Christi College, Oxford University and King’s College, London. He is also an honorary professor at the University of Nottingham. In 2014, he was made a University Global Fellow of Columbia University, and a Senior Fellow in Global Economic Policy at its School of International Public Affairs. He is a member of the International Media Council of the World Economic Forum.
Mr Wolf has been included in Foreign Policy’s list of the Top 100 Global Thinkers. He has won the Wincott Foundation senior prize for excellence in financial journalism, the RTZ David Watt memorial prize, the Journalism Prize of the Fundacio Catalunya Oberta (Open Catalonia Foundation), Commentator of the Year at the Business Journalist of the Year Awards, the “Ludwig-Erhard Preis für Wirtschaftspublizistik” (“Ludwig Erhard Prize for economic commentary”), and “Commentariat of the Year” at the Editorial Intelligence Comment Awards. The Society of American Business Editors and Writers recognised Mr Wolf in its Best in Business Journalism competition. He has also won the Ischia International Journalism Prize and the Overseas Press Club of America’s prize for “best commentary on international news in any medium”.
His most recent publications are Fixing Global Finance (Washington D.C: Johns Hopkins University Press, and London: Yale University Press, 2008 and 2010) and The Shifts and The Shocks: What we’ve learned – and have still to learn – from the financial crisis (London and New York: Allen Lane, 2014). Mr Wolf was educated at Oxford University. He has honorary doctorates from Nottingham University, Kingston University, Macquarie University, the London School of Economics, Warwick University and KU Leuven.

Steven  Maijoor

Steven Maijoor

Chair
European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)

Steven Maijoor has been the Chair of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) since taking up office 1 April 2011. He is the first chair of the authority and is currently serving his second five-year term. He is responsible for representing the Authority as well as chairing ESMA’s Board of Supervisors and the Management Board.  The role of the Board of Supervisors is to give strategic guidance to ESMA and make all main regulatory and supervisory decisions. The Management Board's purpose is to ensure that the Authority carries out its mission and performs its tasks.

Prior to taking up this role, Steven was Managing Director at the AFM, the Dutch financial markets regulator, where he was responsible for capital market supervision, including financial reporting and auditing, prospectuses, public offerings, and the supervision of the integrity of financial markets. During his term, the scope of activities of the AFM vastly expanded and he was responsible for building and implementing supervision in the capital market area. In his regulatory role at the AFM, Steven has held a number of international positions, including the Chairmanship of IFIAR (International Forum of Independent Audit Regulators).

Before joining the regulatory world, Steven was the Dean of the School of Business and Economics at Maastricht University, and had pursued a long career in academia which included a variety of positions at Maastricht University and the University of Southern California.

He holds a PhD in Business Economics from Maastricht University, was a research student at the London School of Economics, and has a master in Business Economics from the University of Groningen.

Natasha  Cazenave

Natasha Cazenave

Managing Director, Head of the Policy and International Affairs Directorate
Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF)

Natasha Cazenave is Managing Director of the French Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) and Head of the Policy and International Affairs Directorate. The Directorate covers all areas of securities regulation including markets and intermediaries, OTC derivatives, CCP, asset management, corporate governance, transparency requirements for issuers as well as Fintechs and sustainable finance. Natasha is also co-Chair of the Financial Stability Board’s Non Bank Working Group since 2015.

 

Natasha has been closely involved in the regulatory changes affecting the asset management industry both at European and International level over the past eight years. She was particularly engaged in the FSB and IOSCO work to develop recommendations on how to address potential systemic risks emanating from the asset management industry. Previously, she had taken a leading role in the development of ESMA's technical advice on the AIFMD particularly with regard to the clarification of the duties and liability regime of depositaries and on the development of policy recommendations to strengthen the resilience of Money Market Funds.

 

Prior to joining the AMF, she worked 8 years for a European consultancy specialised in corporate governance and the promotion of investor rights, Deminor. She started her career at Ernst & Young, in the Valuation and Business Modelling team of Ernst & Young Corporate Finance. Natasha holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Finance from the University of Paris Dauphine.

Olivier Guersent

Olivier Guersent

Director General, DG for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union
European Commission

Olivier Guersent is Director General at the DG for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union at the European Commission.  He joined the European Commission in 1992, initially with the "Merger Task Force" in the Directorate-General for Competition. Since then, he has alternated between the private offices of a number of European Commissioners (Karel Van Miert, Michel Barnier and Neelie Kroes) and DG Competition (successively Deputy Head of Unit in charge of cartels, Head of Unit in charge of policy and coordination of cases, Head of Unit in charge of merger control, Acting Director “Transport, postal and other services" and, from 2009, Director responsible for the fight against cartels. From 2010 to 2014 he was the head of the private office of Michel Barnier, Commissioner for Internal Market and Services. Having held the position of Deputy Director-General since July 2014, Mr Guersent has been Director-General of the Directorate-General for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union since 1 September 2015. Mr Guersent graduated with distinction from the “Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Bordeaux” in 1983. He is a member of the board of of the non-profit organisation Aremis and is a regular lecturer to postgraduate university students.

Emma Navarro

Emma Navarro

Vice President
European Investment Bank

Emma Navarro has been a Vice President of the European Investment Bank since June 2018. Ms Navarro is a member of the EIB’s Management Committee, which draws up the Bank's financial and lending policies, oversees its day-to-day business, and takes collective responsibility for the Bank’s performance. She is responsible for financing operations in Spain, Portugal, Latin America, the Caribbean States and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria. She is also responsible for financing the environment, climate action, circular economy, the EIB Institute and relations with national promotional institutions and the European Association of Long-Term Investors (ELTI).

 

Before joining the EIB, Ms. Navarro was General Secretary of the Treasury and Financial Policy in Spain and Member of the Bank of Spain Governing Council and Board Member of the Spanish National Securities Market Commission. Prior to this, she had been President of Instituto de Crédito Oficial (ICO), Director of the Office of the Minister for Economic Affairs, Industry and Competitiveness and advisor at the International Monetary Fund. Previously, Ms Navarro held various positions in the public sector in Spain.

 

In 2005, Ms. Navarro became State Economist and Trade Expert of the Spanish Administration. She holds a degree in Law, a Master’s degree in EU law from CEU San Pablo University and a joint postgraduate degree in EU Law and Economics from Madrid’s Complutense University and the Sorbonne in Paris.

Stéphane  Boujnah

Stéphane Boujnah

CEO and Chairman of the Managing Board
Euronext

Stéphane Boujnah is CEO and Chairman of the Managing Board of Euronext, the pan-European stock exchange operating regulated markets in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon, London and Paris.

Before joining Euronext, Mr Boujnah was Head of Santander Global Banking and Markets for continental Europe. From 2005 to 2010, he was Managing Director at Deutsche Bank responsible for the development of the investment banking operations in France. Previously he founded KM5 Capital, an advisory company specialized in equity raising and M&A advice for venture capital funds and innovative technology companies.

From 2000 to 2002, he was Director of the European M&A team of Credit Suisse First Boston Technology Group in Palo Alto and London. From 1997 to 1999, Mr Boujnah was senior adviser to the French Minister for Economy, Finance and Industry, Dominique Strauss-Kahn.

He started his carrier in 1991 as a business lawyer at Freshfields. He graduated from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris. He holds a Master degree and a DEA in Law from La Sorbonne Paris, a LLM in Law from the University of Kent, and a MBA from Insead.

Stéphane Boujnah was a member of the Commission pour la Liberation de la Croissance Française established by the then President Nicolas Sarkozy in 2007. He is founder and Vice-President of the Board of the think tank En Temps Réel and President of the Board of directors of Accentus and Insula Orchestra.

Luigi de Vecchi

Luigi de Vecchi

Chairman of Banking and Capital Markets in EMEA
Citigroup

Luigi de Vecchi, currently Chairman of Europe, Middle East and Africa of Banking, Capital Markets & Advisory. Prior to joining Citi, he was Co- Head of Global Investment Banking at Credit Suisse and a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs and Kleinwort Benson. Professor of Finance and member of the Advisory Board of the LUISS University in Rome and Board Member of Calarts in LA. He is also a member of the Board of Director of Save the Children Italy.

Luigi Rizzo

Luigi Rizzo

Head of EU Corporate & Investment Banking and Head of EMEA Investment Banking
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Luigi Rizzo is Head of European Union (EU) Corporate and Investment Banking and Head of Investment Banking for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He drives collaboration across Corporate and Investment Banking, both regionally and globally, to amplify the firm’s service for clients and further grow the business.

Luigi originally joined the firm as Head of EMEA M&A in August 2013. He was appointed to Head of EMEA Investment Banking in April 2016 and assumed additional responsibility as head of EU Corporate & Investment Banking in November 2018, joining the EU leadership team.

Prior to joining Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Luigi spent 20 years at Goldman Sachs, with the last five years as Partner responsible for the Banks advisory practice in EMEA and a member of the Global and EMEA M&A leadership group. Luigi originally joined Goldman Sachs as a Financial Analyst in 1993, he became a Managing Director in 2004 and a Partner in 2008.

 

Luigi graduated cum-laude as a SOLVAY Commercial Engineer from Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Belgium in 1993. The previous year he completed an exchange programme in Rome, at LUISS-Guido Carli, finishing the overall year summa cum-laude, ranking in the top 3% of students across all faculties.

Roxanne Varza

Roxanne Varza

Director
Station F

Roxanne Varza is STATION F's Director. Before joining STATION F, she led Microsoft Ventures Paris and TechCrunch France. She also worked for several London-based startups and cofounded StarHer, Tech.eu and Failcon France. She is originally from Silicon Valley.

Kyril  Courboin

Kyril Courboin

CEO France & Regional Head of Benelux, Greece, Iberia & Italy
J.P. Morgan

 

Kyril Courboin was appointed Senior Country Officer of J.P. Morgan in France in 2013, responsible for all lines of business (Private Banking, Asset Management and Corporate & Investment Banking) and Kyril is Regional Head of Benelux since 2016. In June 2017, he expanded his responsibilities to include Greece, Iberia & Italy.

 

Kyril joined J.P. Morgan in London in 1990. In 1992, he joined the team dedicated to financial institutions and has spent most of his career advising major European banks and insurance companies, helping them raise capital, refinance, grow and restructure by selling non-core assets in a complex and demanding regulatory environment.

 

In 2000, Kyril became Head of M&A for Financial Institutions in Europe. In 2005, he took over a number of client coverage responsibilities in France and Benelux. Then in 2008, he became Head of FIG in Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Zeeshan  Feroz

Zeeshan Feroz

UK CEO
Coinbase

Zeeshan Feroz is the UK CEO of Coinbase. A fintech and payments veteran, he previously worked as Global Head of Payments at crowdfunding firm Tilt.com (since acquired by Airbnb), as well as VP of Sales at online payments firm Skrill. He also studied cryptography as part of his Masters in Advanced Computing at King’s College London.

Zeeshan heads up Coinbase’s operations across Europe, where he focuses on bringing its products to consumers and institutional investors, and speaking to regulators about the potential of digital currency.

Launched in 2012, Coinbase is the world’s largest platform for transacting in digital currency like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, with now over 20 million customers globally. The company is working to create a more open global financial system to bring about more economic freedom, innovation, efficiency and equality of opportunity around the world.

Olivier Goy

Olivier Goy

CEO
October (ex Lendix)

Olivier Goy is the founder and CEO of October (ex Lendix), the #1 SME lending platform in France and continental Europe (source: Altfi), also operating in Spain, Italy and The Netherlands. 

October enables SMEs to borrow directly from individual and institutional lenders without going through banks. Lenders invest their savings usefully and profitably to facilitate the funding of the real economy whilst businesses find new, simple and effective sources of finance independently of banks. In 2018, October is ranked in the KPMG and H2 Ventures Fintech100 for the third consecutive year and is backed amongst others by Partech, CNP Assurances, Matmut, Allianz, Idinvest, C.I.R. Spa and Decaux Frères Investissements.

In 2001, Olivier Goy launched a first company, 123Investment Managers, a private equity fund dedicated to retail investors. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of 123Investment Managers until September 2014, he is currently Chairman of the Supervisory Board. 

Olivier also serves as Vice President of the “France Fintech” association and is a regular guest speaker on SMEs financing and Fintech topics. 

Olivier is a graduate of EM Strasbourg / HEC Montréal (Canada) and holder of the DECF.

Frédérick   Lacroix

Frédérick Lacroix

Partner
Clifford Chance

 

Frédérick Lacroix is a Clifford Chance Partner since 2009. He is head of the firm's financial services and asset management practice in Paris. He advises under EU and French laws on banking and investment services regulatory matters (including on regulatory capital), asset management and funds, insurance investment regulations, clearing and settlement, and financial/securities litigations, e-money and payment services, financial institution M&A, restructuring and resolution. He advises fintech clients on financial regulatory issues, relating to investment, asset management, payment and banking services regulations.

 

Frédérick also co-heads the structured finance/debt practice of Clifford Chance in Paris and advises financial institutions and corporates on a wide range of structured finance, capital market and derivative products. In particular, Frédérick has an extensive experience in cash and synthetic securitisations.

 

Frédérick is an expert member of the Haut comité juridique de la place financière de Paris (HCJP) and a board member of the Association pour le droit bancaire et financier (AEDBF) and is an active contributor to legal reviews and publications.

Ambre Soubiran

Ambre Soubiran

CEO
Kaiko

 

Ambre Soubiran is the CEO of Kaiko, a technology company providing market data to the digital assets space, currently covering all traded instruments listed across 100+ exchanges over the world. Kaiko’s clients are professional investors, academic researchers and start-ups in the crypto space.
Prior to joining Kaiko, Ambre spent eight years at HSBC in London and Paris, structuring equity derivatives and equity-based financing solutions, first in the Global Markets then in the Equity Capital Markets division. There, she was successively covering private banks, institutional, and corporate clients.
She has also been personally interested in cryptocurrencies since 2013, and has invested in a few tech start-ups in the fields of 3D printing, foodtech, and blockchain/crypto.   
 
Ambre holds a Bachelor and a Master’s in Applied Mathematics from the Université Paris Dauphine. She has also studied Entrepreneurship and Management courses at the Solvay Business School in Brussels, and has completed MOOCs from Harvard Business School (HBX Core), Princeton (Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency technologies), and the MIT (IoT & Business Implications).

Nicolas Dufourcq

Nicolas Dufourcq

CEO
bpifrance

Nicolas Dufourcq leads Bpifrance, the French development and exim bank for midcaps, the French export credit agency and the country sovereign fund altogether. The bank has €32bn equity assets under management and ca. €40bn of outstanding loans. Bpifrance finances every year ca. €16bn of loans and €1.2bn of innovation soft loans. €2.1bn of equity investments in startups, small, mid and large caps have been invested in 2018, of which €1bn in private funds through its funds of funds division. Amongst a 1000 company portfolio, Bpifrance holds 10% of Orange, 12% of Peugeot, 13% of STMicroelectronics and 20% of Eutelsat. Bpifrance has also been the French Export Credit Agency since 2017. In 2018, €14,6bn were granted in insurance credit.

 

Previously, Mr Dufourcq was deputy CEO of Capgemini in charge of finance, delivery, lean management and IT. He contributed to the turnaround between 2003 and 2012.

Earlier Mr Dufourcq created Wanadoo, the internet access leader, a subsidiary of France Telecom, and listed it for €20bn. He was then deputy CEO of France Telecom.

 

Nicolas Dufourcq is Chairman (non-executive) of the STMicroelectronics’ Supervisory board, and a Board Member of Orange.

Florence  Saliba

Florence Saliba

VP, Financing and Treasury, Danone and President
Association Française des Trésoriers d'Entreprise (AFTE)

 

Graduated from HEC business school, Florence joined Danone in 1990.

In the first ten years, she held different positions in finance, such as auditor, treasurer, credit manager in Dairy and Water divisions, as well as head of the dealing room of the Company or finance manager for the internal incubator for internet business models.

She then moved to the HR function for the next ten years, where she was entrusted with various assignments such as resource development for the finance function, the HR responsibility of an entity, the HR information systems, and last with the compensation and benefits responsibility for the Company.

In January 2010, she returned to finance as treasurer, and became VP Financing and Treasury in 2013.

In 2010, she joined the French Association for treasurers (AFTE), where she created the “career path commission” in 2011.  In 2012, she took the responsibility of the training center of the association, then joined the board of directors in 2013 and finally has been elected President in April 2018.

Arnaud de Bresson

Arnaud de Bresson

CEO
Paris EUROPLACE

Arnaud de Bresson is CEO of Paris EUROPLACE, the organisation whose role is to promote the French financial marketplace. Mr de Bresson is also Managing Director of the Institut Europlace de Finance(EIF) and Vice-President of the French financial industry innovation cluster, Finance Innovation.

From 1985 to 1992, he was Director of fund manager TGF and Managing Director of FICOM. From 1981 to 1985, he was Project Manager for France’s energy control agency, AFME, joining it from Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, where he was a Financial Analyst from 1980 to 1981.

Mr de Bresson is a Board Member of property firm AFFINE and the Investment Corporate Governance Network (ICGN), the French Institute of Administators (IFA) and the France-China Committee (Comité France-Chine).                                                               

He is a graduate of the Paris Institute of Political Studies, theUniversity of Paris II and the University of Paris X.

Jean-Charles Samuelian

Jean-Charles Samuelian

Co-founder & CEO
Alan

Jean-Charles Samuelian is a French entrepreneur. He is the co-founder & CEO of Alan. 

Prior to that, Mr Samuelian cofounded Expliseat, which has revolutionised aircraft seating for economy class through new technologies, now flying on several airlines all over the world.

He programs since he is 12. Mr Samuelian has received several prizes including French Industry Medal awarded by French Industry Minister and 2 Montgolfier Prices from French "Society for the Encouragement of National Industry.  

Mr Samuelian holds a MSc in Engineering from Ecole des Ponts Paristech, a MBA from Collège des Ingénieurs and is a member of the French Institute of Actuaries.

Jean-Jacques  Barbéris

Jean-Jacques Barbéris

Head of Institutional Clients Coverage and Executive Board member
Amundi

Jean-Jacques Barbéris is the Head of Institutionnal and Corporate Clients Coverage  and an Executive Board member at Amundi. Jean-Jacques started his career in the French Treasury Directorate General where he served  from 2008 to 2012. Between 2009 and 2010 he chaired the European group of experts on climate finance in the negotiations at UNFCCC.  Between 2012 and 2013, he was member of the staff of Pierre Moscovici, Minister of Economy and Finance, French Minister of Finance. Before joining Amundi, he acted as advisor for Economic and Financial affairs in the staff of the French President of the Republic, where he served from 2013-2016. 

Jean-Jacques Barbéris is a graduate from Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences Humaines, agrégé in History, and alumni at both Sciences-Po Paris and Ecole Nationale d’Administration. He has been lecturer in advanced economics at Sciences-Po Paris From 2009 to 2012.

Eric  Larchevêque

Eric Larchevêque

Co-founder and Executive Chairman
Ledger

Serial entrepreneur since 1996, Eric founded several companies in various sectors across Europe. In 2013 he discovers Bitcoin and blockchain technology that struck him as the fourth industrial revolution. He then opens “La Maison du Bitcoin”, a Parisian Bitcoin center, before co-founding Ledger with the ambition to build the next European technological giant.

Marc  Rennard

Marc Rennard

CEO, Orange Digital Investment and President
Orange Digital Ventures

Marc Rennard is CEO of Orange Digital Investment and President of Orange Digital Ventures, the CVC fund of Orange, launched in 2016. In 4 years, operating from offices in Paris, London and Dakar, Orange Digital Ventures has built a 20 startup strong portfolio in the fields of connectivity, fintech, cybersecurity and digital B2B services. Prior to leading this activity, Mr Rennard has been Managing Director of Société des Montagnes de l’Arc, Deputy Managing director of TDF, CEO of a telecommunication operator in Spain, and CEO of Orange Middle East and Africa (that grew from 16 to 110 million customers in 12 years). Based in Paris, Mr Rennard sits on various boards of both telcos and Fintech companies; he is also the Chairman of the “Digital Task Force”, a Medef International initiative dedicated to enhance the development of French companies in the digital sector.  He is Chevalier de l’Ordre de la Légion d’Honneur.

Andrew  Wild

Andrew Wild

Deputy CEO France and Head of Commercial Bank Europe
HSBC

 

Andrew Wild is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Deputy to the CEO, HSBC France and Head of Commercial Banking, Europe.

 

He joined the HSBC Group in 2005 after having been Senior Manager Transaction Services at KPMG, then Corporate Finance Director at KPMG Corporate Finance.

 

In 2008 he was appointed Deputy Head of Commercial Banking of HSBC France. In 2011 he was appointed Global Head of Corporate, Business Banking and Products of Commercial Banking, HSBC Group, then he became, in 2013, Global Head of Mid-Market and Business Banking of Commercial Banking, HSBC Group. He has been Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Deputy to the CEO of HSBC France since 2015 and was Head of Commercial Banking in France from 2015 to 2018. In 2017 he was appointed Head of Commercial Banking, Europe.

 

Other directorships outside of the HSBC Group include:Treasurer, Association Française des Banques, Chairman, Groupement des Banques sous contrôle étranger en France, Fédération Bancaire Française.

 

Andrew Wild is a Graduate of the Business School of the University of Nottingham. He is also qualified as a Chartered Accountant

Jonathan L. Lewis

Jonathan L. Lewis

Partner
Clifford Chance

Jonathan L.  Lewis is a Clifford Chance Partner since 1999. Jonathan heads the structured finance and derivatives team of the Paris office. He has a wide experience of advising French and international clients on structured finance, securitisation, real estate finance, derivatives, lending and bank regulation. Since 2010, he has been involved in advising in the context of the resolution of the euro area sovereign debt crisis and related matters.  He is admitted as a Solicitor (England and Wales) , an Avocat à la Cour (Paris) and as an attorney at the New York Bar. He graduated from Christ's College, Cambridge (MA Law), Worcester College, Oxford (BCL) and Harvard Law School (LLM). 

Michel Paulin

Michel Paulin

CEO
OVH

Michel Paulin is the CEO of OVH. Mr Paulin has spent most of his career in the IT, telecom and internet sectors. He was Chief Executive Officer of Neuf Cegetel, for which he made the initial public offering, Méditel (now Orange Morocco) and SFR. His appointment is part of a new phase in the development of OVH. Michel Paulin will oversee the implementation of the "Smart Cloud" strategic plan, aimed at consolidating OVH’s position as an alternative leader in the cloud sector.

Thanh-Long  Huynh

Thanh-Long Huynh

Co-Founder and CEO
QuantCube Technology

Thanh-Long Huynh, Co-Founder of QuantCube Technology, has more than 20 years of experience in the Investment Management Industry on setting up and implementing investment strategies within equity, commodity and credit markets. He held several senior investment positions within top leading investment banks and hedge funds, starting his career in 1998 for the equity derivatives trading division of Société Générale in New York.

Thanh-Long has been visionary by entering the AI space in 2012 and creating QuantCube Technology in 2013, a leading technology company specialized in AI for macroeconomics and financial predictions with the ultimate goal of disrupting the asset management industry.

Thanh-Long graduated with a MS Financial Mathematics from University of Chicago as a Fulbright scholar, MS Statistics from ENSAE (French National Statistics School), MS Wealth Management from ESCP-Europe. He is also CFA charterholder

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Moderators (4)

Caroline  Binham

Caroline Binham

Financial Regulation Correspondent
Financial Times

Caroline Binham covers the gamut of financial regulation for the FT, from benchmark-rigging scandals to ringfencing. She was previously the FT's award-winning legal correspondent, with a particular focus on white-collar crime. Prior to joining the FT six years ago, Ms Binham covered financial regulation during the crisis at Bloomberg News. In a previous journalistic life, she worked at Conde Nast for titles including Tatler and Traveler. She has lived and worked in Paris, Rome and New York.

Patrick Jenkins

Patrick Jenkins

Financial Editor
Financial Times

Patrick Jenkins has been Financial Editor and Assistant Editor at the Financial Times since 2014. In this role, he shapes the FT’s overall financial coverage, with a focus on financial services and investment. He works closely with the editors of Markets, Lex, FT Money, FTfm and the financial services team. He also contributes to leader writing and comment, while continuing to write for the Inside Finance column.

Previously, Mr Jenkins was Banking Editor from 2009 until 2014, leading the 10-strong global financial services reporting team. Prior to this he was Companies Editor, and before that Editor of International Company News. Prior to taking up this post, Mr Jenkins spent four years in Germany as Frankfurt Correspondent for the FT. He joined the FT Group in 1996 editing the newsletter FT world insurance report, before becoming a UK companies reporter in 2000.

Victor  Mallet

Victor Mallet

Paris Bureau Chief
Financial Times

Victor Mallet is a journalist, commentator and author with more than two decades of experience in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. He is currently the FT Paris Bureau Chief. Previously, he was the Asia News Editor for the Financial Times, based in Hong Kong, the FT’s South Asia Bureau Chief, based in New Delhi, and Bureau Chief in Madrid. Prior to that, Mr Mallet was the Asia Editor in Hong Kong, managing the FT’s coverage of Asia Pacific and writing editorials, columns and features on security, politics, economics and business. Mr Mallet twice won the Society of Publishers in Asia Award for Opinion Writing. In India, he was awarded the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism as a foreign correspondent, for a 2012 feature about the rise of Narendra Modi. Mr Mallet’s highly praised book on the south-east Asian industrial revolution and the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis, The Trouble with Tigers (HarperCollins), was first published in 1999. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Oxford University.

Martin Arnold

Martin Arnold

Deputy Companies Editor
Financial Times

Martin Arnold is the Deputy Companies Editor, prior to which he was the FT’s Banking Editor from 2014 to 2018 during which time he led the global coverage of banks and oversaw the financial services reporting team. His two previous jobs were Deputy Companies Editor, helping to oversee corporate coverage, and Private Equity Correspondent, when he won the BVCA award the BVCA award for “Private Equity Correspondent of the Year” in 2007. Before that, he spent five years as Paris Correspondent, covering the French political scene, the presidential elections, and several industry sectors including finance. Early on in his career he covered technology for FT.com in London, and worked in New York covering consumer industries during the dotcom boom and bust of 1999-2000.

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Agenda - 4th Jun

  • 8:15am
    Registration and Breakfast
  • 9:00am
    Chair’s Opening Remarks
  • 9:05am
    Economic Insight

    Leading economists will share an overview of the key macroeconomic trends shaping financial services. What is the outlook for the global economy and its implications for France? New regional political risks, global trade conflict and impact of Brexit. What are the prospects for financial services in 2019 and beyond?

    Laurence Boone, Chief Economist, OECD

     Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator, Financial Times

     

  • 9:35am
    View from the Top Panel: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Headed

    The financial ecosystem has been completely transformed in the last ten years. As financial services firms reframe their business models and reposition themselves to open to new markets and adapt to the new normal of disruptive technologies, regulatory reforms and shifting geopolitical dynamics, what are the issues keeping financial leaders awake at night? Hear from our leading panel of industry speakers and policy makers as they review the key macroeconomic, regulatory and business issues affecting financial services today

    Stéphane Boujnah, CEO and Chairman of the Managing Board, Euronext

    Natasha Cazenave, Managing Director Head of the Policy and International Affairs Directorate, Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF)

    Olivier Guersent, Director General, DG for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union, European Commission

    Luigi de Vecchi, Chairman of Banking and Capital Markets in EMEA, Citi

    Clare Woodman, Head of EMEA and CEO, Morgan Stanley & Co. International

    Moderated by

    Caroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent, Financial Times

     

  • 10:25am
    Banque de France Keynote Address

    François Villeroy de Galhau, Governor, Banque de France

    Moderated by:

    Patrick Jenkins, Financial Editor, Financial Times

  • 10:50am
    Networking Break
  • 11:05am
    On-Stage Interview

    Steven Maijoor, Chair, European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)

    Interviewed by

    Caroline Binham, Financial Regulation Correspondent, Financial Times

     

     

  • 11:25am
    Panel Discussion: European Financial Hubs - Is Paris Ready for Prime Time?

    The main financial centres in the EU27 and their national authorities are competing to lure financial businesses and enhance their position after Brexit. What are the steps taken to position Paris as the Eurozone’s main financial centre and to make the city a more attractive destination for financiers? What is the vision for the city as a financial, tech and start-up hub?

    Arnaud de Bresson, CEO, Paris Europlace           

    Nicolas Dufourcq, CEO, bpifrance

    Jonathan Lewis, Partner, Clifford Chance

    Roxanne Varza, Director, Station F

    Andrew Wild, Deputy CEO France and Head of Commercial Bank Europe, HSBC

    Moderated by

    Victor Mallet, Paris Bureau Chief, Financial Times          

     

     

  • 12:10pm
    Panel Discussion: Financing the Real Economy

    In this session, leading corporates and financiers will share their views on how to best meet the financing needs of households and businesses and discuss what kind of finance is needed for competitiveness and job generation. Are banks able to meet these needs? Bank lending v. Market Financing: where are we headed and what do corporates expect from the financial markets? Impact and access to diversified funding (public listing, investment capital, crowdfunding and ICO) and the move to disintermediation of financing.

    Marie-Anne Barbat-Layani, Chief Executive Officer, French Banking Federation

    Kyril Courboin, CEO France & Regional Head of Benelux, Greece, Iberia & Italy, J.P.Morgan

    Luigi Rizzo, Head of EU Corporate & Investment Banking and Head of EMEA Investment Banking, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Florence Saliba, VP, Financing and Treasury, Danone and President, Association Française des Trésoriers d'Entreprise (AFTE)

    Moderated by

    Victor Mallet, Paris Bureau Chief, Financial Times

  • 1:00pm
    Networking Lunch
  • 2:15pm
    Panel Discussion: Green Finance – Taking It to the Next Level

    Pre-panel remarks

    Emma Navarro, Vice President, European Investment Bank 

    The financial sector has started to deliver on climate change and France has taken a leading position in accelerating international sustainable development and advancing the global green economy with public impetus and widespread commitments from financial stakeholders. What are the innovative tools developed by the financial sector to drive the energy transition? What at the opportunities and next steps in the issuance of green bonds, funding of large-scale climate projects and Green Supporting Factor? How can further progress be achieved and what are the obstacles blocking expansion?

    Jean-Jacques Barberis, Head of Institutional Clients Coverage and Executive Board member, Amundi

    Pierre-André de Chalendar, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Saint-Gobain

    Emma Navarro, Vice President, European Investment Bank

    Karien van Gennip, CEO, ING France

     

    Moderated by

    Patrick Jenkins, Financial Editor, Financial Times

  • 3:15pm
    Networking Break
  • 3:35pm
    Fintech in Permanent Disruption - What Next?

    Fintech continues to drive innovation across the global financial services industry and in the last few years, a previously dormant fintech startup scene in Paris has burst forth. In this session top executives and experts will discuss the French ecosystem, the technologies that deserve most attention and the latest developments in government support, accelerator programmes, funding opportunities and regulation. Focus will be placed on the configuration of European fintech after Brexit.

    Zeeshan Feroz, UK CEO, Coinbase          

    Olivier Goy, CEO, October (formerly Lendix)

    Frédérick Lacroix, Partner, Clifford Chance

    Marc Rennard, Chairman and CEO, Orange Digital Ventures

    Jean-Charles Samuelian, Co-founder & CEO, Alan

     

    Moderated by

    Martin Arnold, Deputy Companies Editor, Financial Times

     

  • 4:30pm
    Dialogue: Deep Tech - Latest Applications and New Business Models

    Advances in AI, cloud computing, distributed ledger technology and other cutting-edge disruptive technologies open new horizons for financial institutions and have begun to revolutionise back and front offices in banking, investment management and insurances firms, improving efficiency and customer service. What are the latest applications in areas such as regulatory compliance, data quality assessment, fraud detection and customer interaction? How does AI fit into financial services firms' strategies and what new business models might emerge around AI? How might it shape the future of financial services?

    Eric Larchevêque, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman, Ledger

    Thanh-Long Huynh, Co-Founder and CEO,  QuantCube Technology

    Michel Paulin, CEO, OVH

    Ambre Soubiran, CEO, Kaiko

     

    Moderated by

    Martin Arnold, Deputy Companies Editor, Financial Times

  • 5:10pm
    Chair’s Closing Remarks

    Patrick Jenkins, Financial Editor, Financial Times

Who attends

The Summit will attract senior finance executives from corporates, banks, regulatory bodies, and senior representatives from consultancies and other professional service firms.

C-level and senior executives of global Retail, Corporate, Commercial, Private and Institutional banks with job titles including:

Director Generale
CEO, Chief Executive Officer
CFO, Chief Finance Officer
Head of Treasury
Head of Investments 
Portfolio Manager
Treasury
Head of Borrowing
Head of funding
Head of Operations
Head of Strategy
Relationship Management
Planning & Performance
Risk & Finance
Legal & Compliance
Policy & Regulation
Investment
Corporate Development
Financial Institutions

In addition, senior representatives of new market entrants companies, including those representing:

New Online Banks
Peer to Peer Lenders
Bitcoin, Crowd Funding

A limited number of places are also available to senior representatives of professional service firms, technology and payments companies and business consultancies.

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Become an event partner

Align your organisation with this prestigious date in the banking calendar and gain exclusive access to the most senior decision-makers in the industry. From taking to the stage alongside our expert speakers to hosting an intimate roundtable of prospective clients or promoting your products in the exhibition area, we can tailor a package to suit your needs.

Spaces are limited. For further details, please contact Toby Saunders today on +44 (0) 20 7873 4729

or email Toby.Saunders@ft.com

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Presented by (2)

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of one million, three-quarters of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.

The Banker provides economic and financial intelligence for the world's financial sector and has built a reputation for objective and incisive reporting. It leads the debate on all the issues surrounding the global banking industry, providing in-depth news and analysis, exclusive interviews with senior industry figures and definitive regional bank listings, including the internationally acclaimed Top 1000 World Banks.

Founding Sponsor (1)

Bank of America is one of the world's largest financial institutions, serving large corporations, small- and middle-market businesses and individual consumers in more than 150 countries with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. Bank of America Merrill Lynch is a global leader in corporate and investment banking and trading across a broad range of asset classes, serving corporations, governments, institutions and individuals around the world. The company provides, through various banking and broker-dealer affiliates, M&A advice, equity and debt capital raising solutions, lending, risk management, treasury, liquidity, and payments management. Bank of America Corporation stock (NYSE: BAC) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. For additional information regarding Bank of America Merrill Lynch, please see www.bankofamerica.com/disclaimer.

Associate Sponsor (1)

Present in Paris for almost 60 years, Clifford Chance, one of the world's pre-eminent law firms, advises its clients - which include French and international businesses, financial institutions, public undertakings and local authorities - on all legal aspects of their strategic operations in France and abroad. Clifford Chance is known for its expertise across its clients' industry sectors, and for its innovative solutions. With a team in Paris of more than 170 lawyers (including 37 partners), the firm is able to offer a unique combination of comprehensive and fully-integrated global coverage (it has 32 offices in 21 countries) with technical know-how and industry-specific knowledge across an extensive range of areas of commercial law.

Supporting Partner (3)

AFTE Missions

 

AFTE is the professional association of people managing treasury, financing and financial risks.

The association carries out three missions:

 

Support the transformation of the profession by sharing best practices, identifying evolution of the working environment and promoting useful innovation.

 

Develop the expertise of the profession through training programs, technical papers and exchanges with universities and grandes écoles.

 

Promote the interests of the profession with national and European representative, monitoring and regulatory bodies.

 

 

 

AFTE Representation and activities

 

Created in 1976, AFTE represents around 1500 members, including 1000 corporate treasurers or financial managers of approximately 800 industrial and commercial companies.

 

AFTE development is concentrated on five activities:

- Technical committees: forums on treasury management and corporate finance consisting of sharing companies' knowledge and expertise, monitoring and implementing new regulations…

- Representation of corporate treasurers: AFTE sits, as full member, in many French official Boards. AFTE is a founder member in 1996 of the International Group of Treasury Associations (IGTA) and in 2002 of the European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT).

- Conferences

- Publications

- Training and Education: AFTE provides training courses in treasury management and education in partnership with Lille 2.

 

 

European Risk Management Council is a think tank of Chief Risk Officers and risk management executives from banks, insurers, asset and wealth management firms and other financial institutions operating in Europe. The Council operates in London since 2011 and representatives of more than 200 organisations participated in the Council’s think tank meetings. The Council is an independent and impartial international organisation with a mission to create an effective peer-to-peer platform for sharing the industry best practices in risk management, regulation and compliance. The Council engages the risk executives to develop thought leadership and shape risk management, compliance and regulation agenda.

Paris EUROPLACE is the organisation in charge of developing and promoting the French financial industry. It brings together all financial stakeholders; its 400+ members include issuers, investors, banks, financial intermediaries, insurance companies, lawyers and consulting firms. The Association is chaired by Augustin de ROMANET, Chairman and CEO of Groupe ADP (Paris Airports).

Paris EUROPLACE develops a constructive dialogue with the French authorities and pushes reforms to improve the competitiveness of the Paris Financial Centre. It also actively contributes to European and international works. It organizes International Financial Forums around the world to promote the French financial markets and cooperates with emerging financial centres. 

Paris EUROPLACE has developed a cluster dedicated to financial innovation - Pôle FINANCE INNOVATION, Louis Bachelier Institute (research) and Emergence (seed fund) - and launched Finance for Tomorrow (green finance).

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Paris EUROPLACE is the professional organisation in charge of developing and promoting the Paris Financial Centre. Paris EUROPLACE gathers all the parties of the Paris Financial Centre: issuers, investors, banks, financial intermediaries, insurance companies, lawyers and consulting firms as well as market authorities, Paris Region, Greater Paris Metropolis and the City of Paris. The Association is chaired by Augustin de ROMANET, Chairman and CEO of Groupe ADP (Aéroports de Paris).

Venue

Hotel Shangri-La
10, avenue d'Iéna
Paris 75116

France

Tel: (33 1) 5367 1998
Email: slpr@shangri-la.com

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Accommodation

Please take a look at the hotel map here: https://hotelmap.com/pro/MMJ54#calendar    

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Contact us

Toby Saunders
Sponsorship Opportunities
Financial Times
FT Live Delegate Services - EMEA
Delegate Booking and Registration Enquiries
Financial Times
Mariana Schapira
Senior Content Editor
Financial Times
Wendy Wong
Media Partner And Press Enquiries
Financial Times