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Tuesday, 21 November 2017

IFR Future of IBD Roundtable 2015: Particpants

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John Langley
Barclays
John Langley is head of global finance and risk solutions at Barclays based in London, overseeing ECM, DCM, leverage finance, loans and risk solutions. He joined Barclays in 2006 to lead the EMEA risk solutions group and assumed global responsibility in 2011. He added joint responsibility for the global finance businesses in 2012, and took on his current role in 2014. Before Barclays, he spent 11 years at Merrill Lynch and started his IB career at Chase Manhattan Bank in 1990.

Sophie Javary
BNP Paribas
Sophie Javary has been head of EMEA corporate finance at BNP Paribas since January 2015. With more than 25 years of experience in investment banking, Javary began her career at Bank of America and Banque Indosuez. She joined Rothschild in 1994 and was appointed a general partner of the firm in 2002. Javary joined BNP Paribas in 2011 as a managing director within Investment Banking Europe responsible for a portfolio of French and International clients.

Thomas Huertas
EY
Thomas Huertas is partner and chair of EY’s global regulatory network. Prior to joining EY, Huertas was acting chair in the opening months of the EBA and then deputy chair. Before that, he spent almost seven years at the FSA. He was a member of the BCBS; vice-chairman of CEBS and a member of the Resolution Steering Group at the FSB. Huertas spent 29 years at Citigroup, where inter alia he served as chairman and CEO of Citibank in Germany and Country Corporate Officer in Switzerland.

James Esposito
Goldman Sachs
Jim Esposito has been co-head of the global financing group at Goldman Sachs since 2014. Prior to this he was head of the EMEA financing group for two years and before that was COO for IBD. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1995 as a salesperson for emerging market debt, was named managing director in 2002 and partner in 2006. Before Goldman, Esposito worked in the FIG group within investment banking at Salomon Brothers.

Saul Nathan
Morgan Stanley
Saul Nathan is chairman of global capital markets EMEA at Morgan Stanley as well as the firm’s financial sponsors group. He has been at Morgan Stanley since 1987. His role is to provide strategic advice and raise capital for governments, corporations, financial institutions, entrepreneurs and financial sponsors globally.

Ted Moynihan
Oliver Wyman
Ted Moynihan is EMEA head of Oliver Wyman’s financial services practice and global head of the corporate and institutional banking practice. He has been with the firm for close to 15 years. Within the CIB practice, Moynihan concentrates on IB strategy and the impacts of regulatory reform and restructuring. He has worked across securities trading, corporate finance, corporate banking, transaction banking and securities services. As well as financial services clients, Moynihan also advises policymakers, industry and regulatory bodies.

Mark Rodrigues
Thomson Reuters
Mark Rodrigues is global head of strategic customer and solutions at Thomson Reuters, responsible for global sales, partnerships, industry solutions and Eikon Messenger. Rodrigues has over 29 years of experience in financial services. He joined Thomson Reuters in 2012 from Aquiline Capital Partners, a private equity firm focused on the financial services sector. Before that, he was head of the strategic IT and operations practice at Oliver Wyman. He also ran financial services for American Management Systems (now CGI).

William Vereker
UBS
William Vereker joined UBS in 2013 as head of corporate client solutions EMEA. He joined from Nomura where he was latterly joint head of global investment banking. Vereker joined Nomura in 2008 from Lehman Brothers where he was European head of investment banking and before that head of global natural resources and power. He also worked at Morgan Stanley for nine years in a number of IB roles. He started his banking career in 1988 as an energy specialist. 

Keith Mullin
IFR Editor-at-Large, Moderator

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