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Opportunity Amidst Uncertainty: Critical Challenges in the Eurozone
22 de noviembre 2012
IE is delighted to invite you to its event Opportunity Amidst Uncertainty: Critical Challenges in the Eurozone on the 22nd November 2012 at 7pm at the Centre de Conférences Edouard VII in Paris.
At this event, a panel of high-level experts will explore the possible outcomes of the crisis and opportunies within the Eurozone. Our panel speaker guests will be joined by an audience of economics experts, opinion leaders, international press, non-governmental organisations, amongst others, to provoke thought and awareness of innovation in the current Economic climate.
Ranked as the 3rd Business School in the World in Corporate Social Responsibility by the Aspen Institute, IE believes that the corporate world has an important role in re-shaping the Eurozone economy. As a top Business School, we not only have the power to influence the times in which we live, we also feel it is our responsibility to lead such a currently important debate and to evoke positive change in this economic climate. Following 40 years of hosting worldwide conferences, IE has developed its reputation as a global leader and think tank in Economics.
This event will be free of charge. Places are limited and will be confirmed by email on your registration.
19.30 Introductory presentation by Mr. Gonzalo Garland & brief introduction of panel
20.00 Round table panel discussion
21.45 Q&A Session with audience
21.45 Summary and closure
Chair of the Panel:
Mr. Gonzalo Garland: Vice President for Development at IE Business School
Mr. Gonzalo Garland is Vice President for Development at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain, where he is also a member of the Executive Committee. Prior to this, he was Director of International Relations, Vice Dean for Faculty, and Director of the Economics Department. He studied economics at Universidad del Pacifico in Lima, Peru, and at the Universities of Stanford and Pennsylvania in the United States. At present he combines his management responsibilities with teaching core courses on Economics and Country Analysis and an elective course on Business in Developing Countries.
The Panel- influential opinion leaders:
Mr. James MacMillan Scott: Founder of a London based merchant bank, visiting Professor at IE Business School in Madrid and partner at The Saturn System.
Mr. James Macmillan Scott started his career in 1978 at Merrill Lynch in London moving to New York in 1984 where he became CEO of a US IB subsidiary of Swiss Bank Corp
In 1992 he he joined Deutsche Bank as Managing Director and Head of Equity, North America and was appointed a Board member of Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. - the Bank’s Investment Banking business for the Americas, he was also a member of Deutsche Bank’s Global Equity Management board. At the same time he was appointed CEO of Deutsche Bank's NYSE listed $1bn Mutual Funds family.
In 1997 he moved to Paris as CEO of Hambrecht and Quist's Paris based technology euromarkets investment banking platform.
In early 2002 James founded Augusta and Co plc, a London based merchant bank specializing in structured and specialized finance and capital markets activities. James is a visiting Professor at the IE Business School in Madrid and is a partner in The Saturn System.
Ms. Aurore Saglio Thebault: Vice President, Corporate & Finance Transformation Practice Leader at Capgemini Consulting
Ms. Aurore Saglio Thebault, based in Paris since 2011, serves as VP at Capgemini Consulting France in charge of the Corporate & Finance Transformation Practice.
Since she joined the Group in 1999, Aurore has played significant roles by coaching CXOs in closely monitoring their business performance and in leading global transformation programs (bottom and top line related / up to 40 consultants onboard) in several sectors (FS, LS, Manufacturing, Retail) in Europe, the U.S. and Asia Pacific where she spent more than 8 years as Global Account Executive for NISSAN (based in Tokyo) and as CEO of Capgemini Business Services Asia Ltd to design and orchestrate Consulting and BPO Business Development strategy for the APAC Region (based in Hong Kong).
Given her global background, Aurore has been serving as CCE (French Foreign Trade Advisor) for the French Government since 2006. Prior to joining Capgemini, Aurore held several positions at BNP Paribas during almost 10 years.