Thursday, 18 October 2018

IFR European ECM Roundtable: Participants

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Craig Coben: BofA Merrill Lynch

Craig Coben is the head of EMEA Equity Capital Markets for Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Craig joined the firm in 2005 from Deutsche Bank. Craig holds a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University and a Juris Doctor degree from Harvard Law School and speaks Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese. He also serves on the Board of Governors of Tower Hamlets College.


Konstantin Dombrowski: SIX Swiss Exchange

Konstantin Dombrowski runs European issuer origination efforts at SIX Swiss Exchange. Konstantin joined SIX in 2011, having spent six years at Bank of Scotland in London. In his current role, Konstantin is also responsible for developing the relationship with SIX Exchange Regulation and ensuring a competitive listing environment.


Reinout Koopmans: Jefferies

Reinout Koopmans joined Jefferies as co-head of European Equity Capital Markets in September 2011, with 16 years of investment banking experience. He joined from Deutsche Bank, where he spent 10 years and was most recently head of ECM for the natural resources sector and previously co-head of ECM for emerging markets. Reinout holds a PhD in economics from the LSE.


Luis Vaz-Pinto: Societe Generale

Luis Vaz-Pinto was appointed global head of Equity Capital Markets and deputy global head of corporate finance and in April 2012. Previously he was managing director in investment banking at Troika Dialog and earlier head of syndicate and corporate broking at JP Morgan for three years after 10 years at Merrill Lynch where he covered France, Belgium & Iberia.


Jens Voss: Commerzbank

Jens Voss was appointed head of Equity Capital Markets at Commerzbank in July 2013. Voss has almost 20 years of experience in banking. Prior to joining Commerzbank, Voss was responsible for strategic equity solutions covering Germany, Austria and Switzerland at Citi, Societe Generale and Credit Suisse working in Frankfurt, Paris and London.


Owen Wild: Deputy Editor, IFR


Robert Venes: Assistant Editor – Equities, IFR



To continue reading this roundtable, click the relevant section. Introduction - Participants - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3



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