Join us for a networking event in London hosted by GEM Alumni Relations team and Philippe Dupuy, GEM Asset Management Professor. Our special guest will be Thierry Roland, Group Treasurer and Group General Manager of HSBC,who is presenting
"Banking Reforms: Intended and non-intended Consequences for the Financial Sector”.
Thierry will share his views on the intended and non-intended consequences of the recent banking reforms for the financial sector and their impact on the non-financial sector activity. HSBC has been listed by the Financial Stability Board as one of the globally most systemically important bank, and operates in 75 countries. Thierry has a unique view on the financial system from the inside and is regularly involved in discussions with regulators and policy makers around the world.
We are also delighted to welcome Stewart Robertson (Associate Director, Robert Walters) who will present the services of his company before the cocktail.
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, Devonshire Room.
Tube station: Marble Arch
Date & Time
Thursday 19 June 2014 :
- 18:00 - 19:15 Registration & welcome
- 19:15 - 20:00 Keynote Speaker presentation
- 20:00 - 20:15 Questions & debate
- 20:15 - 20:45 Cocktail refreshment
Registration deadline: 15 June 2014
Speaker : Thierry Roland - Group Treasurer of HSBC Holdings
Thierry Roland was appointed Group Treasurer of HSBC Holdings plc, with effect from 1 January 2010. He was appointed Group General Manager in February 2013. Thierry joined CCF (now HSBC France) in 1988. He has held positions for CCF in Tokyo, Paris and London, undertaking various roles in Global Markets and Treasury. He was appointed Group Treasurer of CCF in 2000. In 2006 Thierry was appointed Treasurer of HSBC Bank USA, New York and Head of Balance Sheet Management for the Americas. He served as Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Securities in 2007 and 2008 before relocating to London in 2008 to become Global Head of Balance Sheet Management. Thierry holds a MSc degree in Engineering from Ecole Centrale, Paris and a MBA in Finance from Paris-Dauphine University. He lives in London and is married with one daughter.