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Christian Aufsatz

Managing Director, Head of European Structured Finance
DBRS Ratings

Christian Aufsatz heads up the European Structured Finance and Covered Bonds ratings teams at DBRS, with direct responsibility for European CMBS and NPL transactions. He joined DBRS in October 2015 and was previously the head of the European ABS Research team at Barclays Bank where he covered the European CMBS and SME CLO sectors, in addition to general European securitisation and regulatory topics. Until September 2010 Christian was with Moody’s, where he headed up the EMEA CMBS team. During his time with Moody's, he was involved in the development and implementation of Moody's rating methodologies for RMBS, CMBS, CRE CDO and NPL securitisations. Christian Aufsatz gr ... (view full description)

Klas Axelman

Head of Long Term Funding
Lansforsakringar Bank AB

Klas Axelman is Head of Long Term Funding at Länsförsäkringar Bank (LF Bank). LF Bank is the fifth largest full service retail bank in Sweden and has a strategic role in the Länsförsäkringar Alliance. The Länsförsäkringar Alliance has more than 3,7 million customers and is the market leader in non-life insurance in Sweden. LF Banks typical costumers are Swedish households and the loan book consists of 74 percent retail mortgages.

Klas joined LF Bank in 2011 after 13 years at Swedish Export Credit where he spent most of the time at the long term funding desk but also with experience from liquidity management, short term funding and the advisory services department

Silvio Bardeschi

Director
Deutsche Pfandbriefbank AG

Joost Beaumont

Senior Fixed Income Strategist
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

Joost Beaumont is a Senior Fixed Income Strategist with lead responsibility for covered bonds and RMBS, focussing on the euro-denominated market, and Dutch covered bonds/RMBS in particular. He has been part of Group Economics at ABN AMRO since 2010. He is a member of the Financial Markets Research team. Previously, Joost worked as a senior European Economist, focusing on the UK and French economies, while having extensive expertise in the field of the European debt crisis as well. He also worked in the International Economic Research team of Fortis Global Markets, while he spent nearly seven years as a policy advisor at the central bank of the Netherlands Antilles. Joost studied macroeconomi ... (view full description)

Christian Bech-Ravn

Head Of Rating & IR
Brfkredit

Christian Bech-Ravn is Head of Rating and Investor Relations in BRFkredit. He is responsible for the contact to domestic as well as international covered bond investors and analysts following BRFkredit, and for the rating of covered bonds issued by BRFkredit. Besides this he is also responsible for the future capital planning of BRFkredit. He started working in BRFkredit in 2010 after working with credit risk in the Danish financial sector. Christian Bech-Ravn has a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in economics from the University of Copenhagen. Born in Denmark and living in the Copenhagen area.

Diederik Berendsen

Structurer
Rabobank

Diederik Berendsen is a structurer in Rabobank´s Securitisation & Covered Bond team. Rabobank is the leading provider of structured finance solutions in the Netherlands with the structuring team being involved in most Dutch RMBS as well as Covered Bonds and whole loan portfolio sales. Diederik joined Rabobank in 2015 and has over 5 years of experience in securitisation and covered bond structuring. Before joining Rabobank he worked at SNS Bank.

Danielle Boerendans

Head of LT Funding & Capital Issuance
ABN AMRO Bank N.V.

Daniëlle Boerendans has over 15 years experience in banking. For the last 6 years she has been working in the Treasury department of ABN AMRO. As Head of Long-Term Funding & Capital Issuance she is responsible for the structuring, development and maintenance of all funding programmes of ABN AMRO. She joined ABN AMRO in 2004 as senior quantitative analyst at the Asset Liability Management Department and moved to the funding and issuance team in 2009. She started her career at NIBC in 1997 andmoved to AEGON Asset Management  in 2001. Daniëlle studied Econometrics at the University of Amsterdam.
 

Jordi Cabero

Covered Bond Trader
Santander Global Corporate Banking

Jordi Cabero Borrós is Managing Director, senior covered bonds trader at Banco Santander. He has over 12 years of experience in credit trading and is currently responsible for peripheral and French covered bonds trading, and also government guaranteed bonds. Before this, he worked as structured credit trader and flow credit trader also at Banco Santander, contributing to build a strong franchise. He obtained an Industrial Engineering degree from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas. He received the doctoral degree in 2007 for his dissertation "Modeling Risk Management in Oligopolistic Electricity Market”.

Neil Calder

Head of Portfolio Management
EBRD

Neil Calder is the Head of Portfolio Management-Credit at the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, a position he has held since 2005.  He has been involved in securitisation for over 20 years and in that time has been involved in investing in all types of securitisation globally, and structuring and managing transactions for the term and ABCP markets. He joined EBRD in 2005 after having spent five years structuring and then acting as the senior portfolio manager of JP Morgan’s Structured Investment Vehicle, Whitepine. Previous to that he structured and was the portfolio manager of Bank Austria Creditanstalt’s ABS CDO, Mozart Funding, which was one of the earliest to be fund ... (view full description)

Colin Chen

Global Co-Head, Financial Institutions
DBS

Colin Chen joined DBS in June 2010 and is currently Managing Director and Head of Structured Debt Solutions in the Treasury and Markets Division at DBS Bank Ltd. He is responsible for building and expanding DBS’ push to provide its clients in the region structured debt raising solutions. Colin has more than 17 years of investment banking and capital markets experience. He started his career at the Union Bank of Switzerland in 1995 and was involved in establishing and building out the Asian Asset Backed Finance business for Asia and has held similar senior positions at CIBC World Markets and Bank of America. He was also previously the Head of Securitisation and Financial Engineering at The Ba ... (view full description)

Thomas Cohrs

Head of Syndicate
HELABA

Thomas Cohrs is responsible for all of HELABA’s business with financial institutions and focuses on the bank’s capital markets franchise  in FIG and SSA.He started his career in financial markets as a forex trader with Irving Trust Company and Chemical Bank in Frankfurt and London before moving to Bayerische Vereinsbank (now UniCredit) where he held several management positions in treasury and corporate finance over a period of more than 15 years. After a brief spell at CALYON, Thomas moved to NORD/LB in Hanover where he built the bank’s successful DCM franchise from scratch. In 2019, he join ... (view full description)

Rob Collins

Head of Treasury Markets & CIO
Nationwide Building Society

I lead teams that manage the Society's capital position and issuance, wholesale funding, investor relations, financial analysts and the credit ratings agencies.  As Chief Investment Officer, I also lead the teams that invest Nationwide's DB pension assets and liquid asset buffer in a range of portfolios, generate liquidity through repo transactions and manage some of the Society's financial risks through derivatives.  Whilst my roles at Nationwide and other firms (CIBC, Abbey National/Santander & Morgan Stanley amongst others) since the mid-1990's have been mainly in treasury, having come from retail banking I have a passion for the Society's member facing activities, and eng ... (view full description)

Steffen Dahmer

Executive Director, Head of Trading Covered Bonds
J.P. Morgan Securities plc Frankfurt Branch

Steffen Dahmer is Executive Director - Head of Trading and Syndicate for Covered Bonds and Product Manager for covered bonds at JPMorgan. He is based in Frankfurt and joined JPMorgan Oct 2003, after working for 3 years for Barclays Capital as Head of Trading Germany and Member of the Local Management Committee in their Frankfurt, Germany office. Prior to joining Barclays in 2000, Steffen worked as Head of Pfandbrief and Eurobondtrading at DG Bank (today DZ Bank) in Frankfurt. Steffen started as junior trader for Rentenbank and Dekabank.

Paul Dudouit

Managing Director
Credit Foncier de France

Paul Dudouit holds a degree in agro-industriale Engineering from ISA Beauvais (1990) and a Master's degree in Finance from ESSEC (1991) French business school . He began his career at Crédit Foncier in 1991 as a real estate appraiser. From 1993 to 1996, he was chief of staff for the Executive Management of Crédit Foncier, and was then in charge of the structuring and the administrative and financial organization of Foncier Vignobles SA (from 1996 to 1998). In 1999, he participated in the creation of Compagnie de Financement Foncier and more particularly, regarding the ALM and financial aspects of liabilities. Between 1999 and 2010, he was Deputy Director for Primary Markets ... (view full description)

Dominique Duval

Director, Sustainable Banking
Crédit Agricole CIB

  • Dominique Duval is a Director in the Sustainable Banking team. She has 20 years’ experience in asset finance, with a specialization on public and private transaction especially in the rail sector.
  • Dominique has joined the Sustainable Banking team and worked in several green, sustainability and social bond transactions especially from Nordic, German and Asian issuers.
  • She graduated in corporate finance from EDHEC Business School.

Florian Eichert

Head of Covered Bond & SSA Research
Credit Agricole CIB

Florian Eichert heads CACIB’s covered bond and SSA research. He joined CA CIB in August 2010 from LBBW in Stuttgart, where he had been for six years. After more than seven years in London, Florian relocated to Frankfurt at the end of 2017. He won the ”Best Covered Bond Research” from The Cover in September 2011 at the ECBC conference in Barcelona for the first time and has since followed up with wins in Munich (2012), Barcelona (2013), Vienna (2014), Barcelona (2015), Barcelona (2017) and Munich (2018). He has also been ranked number one for covered bond and SSA research in the Institutional Investor Magazine survey 2018. Florian has been a member of the steering committee of the European Co ... (view full description)

Hampus Falth

Director
UBS Investment Bank

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Jade Friedensohn

Managing Director
IMN

  Jade Friedensohn currently serves as  Group Managing Director of the Structured Finance and Asia Pacific Divisions of Information Management Network, a subsidiary of Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC. IMN is an organizer of best in class financial conferences spanning the globe. Jade has 16+ years’ experience creating and executing large scale events and managing a talented team of conference professionals.  Since that time, she has for expanded the business into new markets and asset classes such as Italy, China and Greece; and new sectors such as renewable energy and fintech. In addition to new business development, her responsibilities include oversight of a team of ... (view full description)

Miguel Garcia de Eulate

Head of Treasury and Capital Markets
Caja Rural de Navarra

Miguel Garcia de Eulate is since 2000 Head of Treasury and Capital Markets at Caja Rural de Navarra (CRN, Pamplona) where he is responsible for the bank's liquidity management and funding, including Covered Bonds and Senior Unsecured programmes, also whithin a Sustainability Framework. CRN is a regional cooperative bank and a member of UNACC and AECR (Spanish Caja Rural Group Association, Madrid), where Mr. García de Eulate currently participates in working groups and task forces focused on capital markets. Mr. García de Eulate is also a member of the Financial Markets Working Group of the European Association of Cooperative Banks (EACB, Brussels).  Previo ... (view full description)

Eivind Hegelstad

Chief Financial Officer
SpareBank 1 Boligkreditt

Eivind Hegelstad is Chief Financial Officer at SpareBank 1 Boligkreditt, Norway's second largest covered bond issuer. Boligkreditt is a specialist covered bond issuer and the SpareBank 1 Alliance's joint funding vehicle. The banks in the SpareBank 1 Alliance are Norwegian retail savings banks with a market share of residential mortgages in Norway of approximately 20%. Eivind joined SpareBank 1 Boligkreditt in Norway in November 2009 following several years of banking experience in the U.S. and U.K. Eivind is a graduate of the University of Mannheim, Germany (Dipl.Kfm.) and was awarded the CFA designation in 2005.

Peter Jayaswal

Deputy Director
Association of Danish Mortgage Banks

 Work Experience   2017- Director and heading the Mortgage Secretariat, Finance Denmark   2009-2016 Deputy Director and Head of Capital Markets and Statistics, Association of Danish Mortgage Banks   1999-2009 Deputy Manager of Banking Services and Head of Central Bank and Retail Bank Operations, the Central Bank of Denmark   1998-1999 The Danish Ministry of Finance   1995-1998 The Danish Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises   Further, Mr. Jayaswal has been teaching Civics at the University of Copenhagen and acted as a visiting lecturer at Copenhagen Business School in Danish Economy.   ... (view full description)

Rosemary Kelly

Senior Portfolio Manager, Structured Funds Team
KBC Fund Management

I am a Senior Portfolio Manager in the Structured Funds Team of KBC Fund Management. KBCFM is a Dublin based, fully owned, subsidiary of KBC Asset Management who are in turn owned by KBC Group. I am the Covered Bonds Specialist for the asset management company. KBCFM was formed in 2008 and was originally called Eperon in order to avoid confusion with another KBC entity which has since been sold. I joined this company in 2009 and have in this capacity managed sovereign bonds and the unwinding of a large ABS portfolio. I took responsibility for the covered bond portfolio in 2012 as we moved our focus away from ABS toward Covered Bonds. I am working in the fund management industry s ... (view full description)

Gordon Kerr

Head, Structured Finance Research Europe
DBRS Morningstar

Gordon Kerr heads Global Structured Finance Research at DBRS Morningstar. He publishes commentaries and insights on all aspects of secured investing and keeps the market up to date on issues facing securitization and covered bonds. Gordon heads up the DBRS Morningstar ESG Credit Education committee, a global project to expand the credit rating agencies thought leadership with regards to ESG issues. Prior to DBRS, Gordon spent 9 years in research and trading at Citi, covering securitized products, covered bonds and corporate credit. Gordon is a graduate of the Schulich School of Business Toronto where he obtained his MBA. He also holds a science degree from Acadia University. ... (view full description)

Klaus Kristiansen

Executive Vice President
Realkredit Danmark

Klaus Kristiansen is Executive Vice President and head of Asset Liability Management within Realkredit Danmark. Realkredit Danmark is a mortgage bank focusing only on mortgage lending in the Danish market. In 2000 Realkredit Danmark merged with Danske Bank Group to form the largest financial group in Denmark. Since the merger, Realkredit Danmark has benefited from the vast distribution power of the parent bank and, today, Realkredit Danmark is the 2nd largest mortgage bank in Denmark with a total funding portfolio of €125bn equivalent end 2010. Asset Liability Management is responsible for funding all funding activities within Realkredit Danmark by issuance of mortgage covered bonds. Mo ... (view full description)

Arnaud-Guilhem Lamy

Portfolio Manager
BNP Paribas IP

Arnaud-Guilhem Lamy, Market Head Financial & Covered Bonds and SRI Investments, Senior Portfolio Manager, Arnaud-Guilhem Lamy is the Financial & Covered Bonds management specialist within the Sovereign & Aggregate management team. He is also the SRI specialist within the team. As such, he is responsible for the strategies within Financials & covered bonds for the whole team. Arnaud-Guilhem manages open-ended funds such as Parvest Euro covered Bond, Parvest Sustainable Bond Euro & Parvest Bond Euro Medium Term as well as mandates & dedicated funds for specific clients. Prior to joining BNP Paribas Asset Management in 2010, Arnaud-Guilhem was a Euro bond portfolio ma ... (view full description)

Heiko Langer

Covered Bonds & Financials
ERSTE Group Bank AG

Heiko Langer is a Senior Research Analyst for Covered Bonds and Financials at Erste Group. Having worked as a research analyst for ABN AMRO and BNP Paribas, Heiko has more than 15 years of research experience specializing in Covered Bonds and SSA. Before joining Erste Group, Heiko worked as an independent financial markets consultant focusing on Covered Bonds and Sustainable Finance. He graduated from the Berufsakademie Karlsruhe in Germany with a diploma in Business Administration.
 

Martin Lenhard

Vice President, Senior Credit Officer
Moody's Deutschland GmbH

Martin Lenhard has been working as a Covered Bond Analyst in Moody’s Frankfurt office since April 2011, covering German issuers as well as issuers from other European countries.

Prior to transferring to Moody’s Covered Bonds Team, he primarily focused on analysing RMBS transactions from a variety of European markets, as well as German ABS transactions.

Martin joined Moody’s in 2003 following the completion of his university studies in Mannheim (Germany).

Nick Lindstrom

Associate Managing Director
Moody's Investors Services

Nicholas Lindstrom is team leader for the European Covered Bond franchise. He developed the rating approach for this market and authored "Moody's Rating Approach to Covered Bonds". He has been at Moody's for over 10 years, and during this time has been involved in a range of areas including the covered bond, corporate, project and structured finance groups. Nicholas graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Economics.

Jerry Marlatt

Partner
Mayer Brown

Jerry Marlatt is a partner in Mayer Brown’s New York office and a member of the Corporate & Securities practice. He represents issuers, underwriters and placement agents in public and private offerings of debt, covered bonds, surplus notes, securities of structured investment and specialized operating vehicles, and securities repackagings.  Representative transactions include the first covered bond by a US financial institution, the first covered bond program for a Canadian bank, surplus notes and common stock for a US monoline insurance company, eurobond offerings by US issuers, and securities offerings for a variety of structured vehicles, including CBOs, SIVs, CDOs, deriva ... (view full description)

Anders Mathisen

Senior Vice President, Funding
EIKA BOLIGKREDITT AS

Anders is Senior Vice President Funding in Eika Boligkreditt with 25 years of experience in the financial industry. Anders joined Eika Boligkreditt in 2012 with responsibility for covered bond funding and hedging of FX and IR risk. Prior to Eika Boligkreditt Anders was Managing Director for the asset management business in Eika from 2004 to 2012. Anders covered institutional clients within the asset management department in SEB from 1997 to 2004 and worked as a portfolio manager for global fixed income for Norges Bank in Oslo and New York from 1992 to 1997.  
 

Michael McCormick

Head of Covered Bond Origination
Credit Suisse

Michael McCormick is a Director at Credit Suisse, responsible for covered bond origination. Before joining Credit Suisse in July 2014, Mr McCormick was co-head of covered bonds at HSBC, where he had worked on the European structured finance team since 2007. Mr McCormick’s professional experience includes the structuring, marketing and execution of covered bond and asset-backed transactions throughout Europe. To date his experience includes work across 13 different countries, nine distinct asset classes and over 40 funding programmes. Michael holds a degree in Economics and Government from Georgetown University.

Matthias Melms

Head of DCM & Syndicate FI & SSA
Helaba

Matthias Melms is Head of DCM & Syndicate FI & SSA at Helaba. As the central bank for saving banks of the Federal States of Hesse, Thuringia, North Rhine-Westphalia and Brandenburg, Helaba is representing 40 percent of the German saving bank sector. Matthias joined from NORD/LB where he built up a several times awarded research as Head of Covered Bond & SSA Research and Co-Head of Fixed Income Research. Matthias is a Certified International Investment Analyst and a Certified Credit Analyst (CCrA). Furthermore, he holds a degree in banking (Dipl.-Betriebswi ... (view full description)

Valeria Miceli

Policy Officer
European Commission

Valeria Miceli, PhD, is Policy Officer at the European Commission (DG FISMA) in Unit D2 dealing with banking prudential regulation, covered bonds and stress tests.   Before taking this position, she was Associate Professor in Financial Economics at Università Cattolica, Milan, where she taught Economics of Financial Markets. At the same time, she was member of the board of Anima Holding, the largest independent asset management company in Italy listed at the Milan Stock Exchange. Before that she held a post-doc position at the University of Cambridge, UK. She extensively researched in the field of institutional investors and sovereign wealth funds. She authored various articles, ... (view full description)

Andreea Moraru

Director
EBRD

Andreea Moraru is Director, Regional Head of Greece & Cyprus of EBRD with over 20 years of experience in leading, structuring, negotiating, and implementing of a wide range of debt and equity projects within the banking, insurance and leasing sectors in CEE, Russia, Turkey and SEMED. During this time, she has served as a board non-executive director on Prva Pension Fund in Slovenia, Uniqa in Croatia and Hungary, European Pension Fund Russia and Raiffeisen Bank Aval in Ukraine. Before taking over the Director for Greece & Cyprus role, she led the covered bonds and NPLs in the EBRD’s countries of operations. Andreea has an Executive MBA from Cass Business School Lond ... (view full description)

Charles Morris

Senior Associate
Clifford Chance

Carmen Munoz

Senior Director
Fitch Ratings

Carmen Munoz is a senior director in the covered bonds group at Fitch Ratings and is based in Barcelona. She is involved in producing special reports, coordinating the publication of the master criteria for covered bonds, providing support for covered bond analysts on bank-specific issues and liaising with Fitch’s financial institutions team.   Prior to joining the covered bonds team in 2013, she was the country director responsible for the coverage of Spanish banks at Fitch. She has also been involved in different bank capital requirements initiatives at the agency and in the rating of certain international specialised non-bank financial institutions. Carmen has b ... (view full description)

Jakub Niesłuchowski

Vice President of the Management Board
PKO Bank Hipoteczny S A

Jakub Niesłuchowski is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics. He is also a certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM) and a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA). From 2004 to 2013 Mr Niesłuchowski worked at PwC, where he led projects in the area of financial risk management, setting up banks and performance measurement. He worked with PKO Bank Polski on the establishment and operational coordination of its mortgage bank project. During his career, Mr Niesłuchowski has advised leading Polish banks in the area of risk management, including the implementation of IRB methodology and capital regulation (Basel II and III).  With PwC he has also led numerous training courses and worksho ... (view full description)

Henning Nilsen

Director, Head of Finance & Risk
SpareBank 1 Boligkreditt AS

Henning Nilsen is the Chief Operating Officer at SpareBank 1 Boligkreditt, Norway's second largest covered bond issuer.
The banks in the SpareBank 1 Alliance are Norwegian retail savings banks with a market share of residential mortgages in Norway of approximately 20%.

Henning joined SpareBank 1 in 2009 and was prior to this at Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) who manages Norway's Government Pension Fund Global. Henning graduated from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in 2003 earning a degree in Master of Science in Industrial Mathematics.
 

Oya Olek Sari

Head of Structured Finance and Investor Relations
Sekerbank

She is graduated from Middle East Technical University, Department of Business Administration in 1999 and received an MBA degree from Sabanci University in 2007. She started her career in Correspondent Banking Department at Iktisat Bank, afterwards she was in charge of  Structured Finance at Akbank until 2009. She is serving as Head of Structured Finance and Investor Relations at Sekerbank since 2011.
 

Nikki Patel

Managing Director, Head of International Portfolio Management
State Street Bank & Trust

 Nikki Patel is a Managing Director and Head of International Portfolio Management for State Street Bank.  In this role, she oversees the international investment portfolio and related activities in Europe and Asia-Pac.  The portfolio consists predominantly of structured finance securities, covered bonds and a small allocation to corporate bonds. Prior to joining State Street in 2010, she spent six years at Standard and Poor’s, London, where she was responsible for managing the primary analytics and research for the Structured Finance ABS team.  Previously she was with ABN Amro Management Services, London, where she worked in the Trustee division responsible for managing a ... (view full description)

Armin Peter

Global Head Syndicate, Sustainable Banking
UBS

Armin Peter Head of Covered Bond Business and Syndicate UBS Investment Bank Career history 2006- : Head of Covered Bond Business and Syndicate, UBS 2004-06 : Director Public Sector Syndicate and Head of Covered Bond Syndicate, HSBC 2001-04 : Head of Agency/Covered Bond Trading, HSBC France 2000-01 : Covered Bond Trading, CCF Paris 1997-00 : Covered Bond Trading, HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt Düsseldorf 1995-97 : Fixed Income Broker, PMP Wertpapiermakler GmbH Frankfurt 1988-95 : Volksbank Ettlingen eG, Germany Armin Peter is Head of Covered Bond Business and Syndicate, a position to which he was appointed in August 2006, following a more than 8-year history at HSBC where he built the Covered ... (view full description)

Thomas Picton

Partner
Ashurst

Thomas Picton is a partner in Ashurst' s Global Markets group. Thomas advises on a broad range of securitisation and structured debt transactions. Thomas' practice covers a variety of asset classes and securitisation techniques with a particular focus on auto ABS, RMBS and covered bonds. He acts for banks, mortgage lenders, auto finance companies, asset managers and private equity firms. Thomas advises clients on regulatory developments concerning securitisation and structured debt transactions, including the Securitisation Regulation and Covered Bond Regulation.
 

David Power

Vice President, Corporate Treasury
Royal Bank of Canada

Reporting to the Executive Vice-President & Treasurer of Royal Bank of Canada, David has worked for RBC since 1996 in Canada, the U.K., and the U.S., and currently oversees the execution of term funding, capital issuance, and all intra-group lending transactions. David's team designed and launched the first Canadian covered bond programme in October of 2007, and established the first SEC-registered covered bond shelf. David is the chair of the Canadian Bankers Association's Covered Bond Specialists Group, which worked with the Canadian government on their legislation initiative. David’s team also designed and launched the first “NVCC” preferred share capital instrument in 2014, which establi ... (view full description)

Marcus Pratsch

Head of Sustainable Investment Research
DZ Bank

Marcus Pratsch is working as Head of Sustainable Investment Research at DZ BANK AG in Germany. He came onboard in 2009 to develop the bank’s sustainable investment research strategy launching it from naught to sixty. In 2011 he introduced the sustainability rating of DZ BANK Sustainable Investment Research – the bank’s own EESG rating methodology for listed equities. Furthermore he has successfully advanced the integration of sustainability criteria into the valuation process of various asset classes enabling the bank to extend its portfolio of sustainable products and services in Germany and abroad. In 2015/16 Marcus introduced the bank's own EESG ratings for fixed income invest ... (view full description)

Karol Prazmo

Head of Treasury
mBank Hipoteczny

Karl Prazmo is the Head of Treasury at mBank Hipoteczny and Head of Strategic Balance Sheet Management at mBank, one of the largest universal banks in Poland. He joined mBank as an Advisor to the Management Board in 2012. Prior to this, Karl worked at Hayfin Capital Management, a EUR 4bn credit fund based in London, where he was one of the founders of the alternative credit team. Between 2009 and 2011, Karl was a Director of the Structured Products Group at Christopher Street Capital. Prior to this, he spent 5 years at Barclays Capital where he was a Director responsible for the origination and distribution of structured credit products. He started off his career at JPMorgan as a structurer ... (view full description)

Jozef Prokes

Credit Portfolio Manager
BlackRock

Jozef Prokes, Director, is a member of the Fundamental European Team within BlackRock’s Global Fixed Income Group, focusing on credit and covered bonds. He is a co-manager of Blackrock Global Funds (BGF) Euro Corporate Bond Fund.

Before joining BlackRock in 2010, he held a trading position at Credit Agricole - CIB and a portfolio management role at National Bank of Slovakia. He began his career as an asset and liability manager at CSOB bank (KBC group) in 2006.

Mr. Prokes earned a graduate degree from Comenius University in Bratislava.

Stanislava Prokopova

Lead Portfolio Manager
NN Investment Partners

Stanislava Prokopova is Lead Portfolio Manager, Financials/Covered Bonds. She manages the covered bond strategies within the Global Credit Boutique of NN Investment Partners. She has developed the NN IP investment process for investing in covered bonds. Stanislava is responsible for investment decisions, analysis and ongoing monitoring of covered bond issuers/issues across 18 jurisdictions. Also she is coordinating several teams of bank analysts, client specialists, as well as the operations and risk management teams when issues arise with the funds. She started her career in 2008 in investment banking at Kempen & Co, valuing companies and providing advice in restructuring an ... (view full description)

Marcin Pyszak

Vice President
ING DiBa

Marcin Pyszak manages a covered bond and an ABS portfolio at ING DiBa AG in Frankfurt. In addition, Marcin fulfills the function of the lead covered bonds analyst within ING Bank Treasury and thereby supports other bank treasuries in their liquidity portfolio management functions. Marcin holds an economics degree from the University of Toronto.

Massimiliano Rimarchi

Policy Expert, Regulation
European Banking Authority

Massimiliano Rimarchi is policy expert within the credit market and operational risk unit, regulation department, of the European Banking Authority (EBA), where he mainly works on issues related to covered bonds and securitisation. Before joining that unit, Massimiliano worked in the impact assessment team of the EBA where he carried out impact assessment analysis of several technical standards and guidelines, including the EMIR related standards on central counterparties and OTC derivatives. Before joining the EBA, Massimiliano was senior associate in the UK Financial Services Authority, where he mainly worked on the mortgage market review. Massimiliano is an Italian citizen and holds a Phd ... (view full description)

Adriano Rossi

Director, Covered Bonds
S&P Global

Adriano is a Lead Analyst in the S&P Global Ratings Covered Bonds team with responsibility for issuers located in France, Belgium, the UK and Ireland. With over 20 years of experience in structured and corporate finance, Adriano has worked for Deutsche Pfandbriefbank (Pbb), where he was in charge of public sector origination in Italy; the Consiglio degli Esperti, the Senior Advisory Group of the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance, where he worked on major securitization and privatization deals; and for Bank of America in their London office, where he focused on project financing for Oil & Gas and Infrastructure deals. Adriano holds a joint Master’s Degree in Energy E ... (view full description)

Lily Shum

Covered Bond Specialist
Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation

Lily Shum recently joined Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation (CMHC) as Covered Bond Specialist, where she is responsible for developing covered bond policy.  Lily has over 15 years of experience in the financial services sector.  Prior to joining CMHC, Lily worked for Bank of Montreal for 12 years, with majority of that time in Treasury and funding capacities.   From 2012 to 2015, she was Senior Manager, Liquidity and Funding Risk Strategy, responsible for liquidity risk strategy and framework, liquidity buffer planning and short-term funding policies.  Prior to that, she spent 4 years as Senior Manager, Corporate Funding, accountable for issuing the bank`s covered bonds, prefer ... (view full description)

Tim Skeet

Adviser to ICMA
ICMA

Tim Skeet started his career as a lending banker but moved into the debt capital markets in its early years becoming a FI DCM specialist for most of his career working at various leading investment banks. A lot of this time involved working with banks on areas of bank capital funding and banking regulatory requirements. While working with financial issuers internationally, Tim became involved in many aspects of mortgage finance. This included the early years of asset-back securities in the late 1980s in the UK market, becoming involved as a German speaker in the early Jumbo Pfandbriefe in the mid-1990s and being part of the introduction of covered bonds across European markets in ... (view full description)

Jane Soldera

Senior Vice President
Moody's Investors Service

Jane Soldera is a Vice President – Senior Credit Officer in the Covered Bonds Group at Moody’s Investors Service. She has been with Moody’s since 2003 and with the covered bonds group since 2008. She has worked on covered bond ratings in a number of jurisdictions including the UK, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway and Finland. Recently she has focused on developing Moody’s covered bond legal framework reports, research, methodology and regulatory developments. Prior to joining the covered bond group she worked in Moody’s asset-backed commercial paper group, and previous to that she worked as a lawyer in the London office of Clifford Chance, specialising in securitisation ov ... (view full description)

Marco Spano

Head of DCM FIG
Mediobanca

Henrik Stille

Senior Portfolio Manager
Nordea Investment Management

Henrik Stille is a member of the DKK/EUR covered bond team within Nordea Asset Management, based in Copenhagen. He is focusing on credit bonds, covered bonds, agencies and government bonds in EUR and the domestic Nordic currencies. He joined Nordea AM in 2005 through Nordea's 2 year graduate program. Mr. Stille holds a MSc degree in Financial Economics from the University of Lund and a BSc degree in Business administration from the same university.

Jonny Sylvén

Head of the Secretariat
Association of Swedish Covered Bond Issuers

I have for the last three years been heading the ASCB secretariat. ASCB (Association of Swedish Covered Bond issuers) is the covered bond voice of the Swedish bankers’ association. Before that I was working in different positions in Swedbank for twenty years. The last thirteen I was head of a credit analyst team. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Janos Szuda

Deputy Chief Executive Officer
FHB Bank

Janos Szuda is the deputy CEO of FHB Bank. He has responsibility for the treasury of FHB Group, including trading and sales, asset - liability and liquidity management, funding and issuance activity and refinancing of partner banks. He is a member of Issuers’ Committee at the Budapest Stock Exchange. He started his career in 1994 as fixed income trader, between 1997 and 2004 Janos headed the fixed income trading and sales department of Bank Austria Creditanstalt Hungary. In 2004 Janos became director of OTP Mortgage Bank (Hungary) Ltd., changing this position for the directorship of the Capital Markets and Treasury Directorate of FHB Mortgage Bank in 2005. Mr. Szuda received his BA in Econom ... (view full description)

Thor Tellefsen

Senior Vice President, Head of Long Term Funding
DNB Bank

CURRICULUM VITAE Name: Thor Tellefsen Born: 05.05.64, Arendal Address: St. Jørgens vei 51, 0662 Oslo Tel: 22 72 28 66 (P) 22 31 85 41 (A) 915 44 385 (M) Work experience: 2007 - DnB NOR, Investor relation / Long Term Funding Senior Vice President, Deputy Head of Long Term Funding 2005 -2007 DnB NOR, Investor relation / Long Term Funding First Vice President, Deputy Head of Long Term Funding 2004 - 2005 DnB NOR, Long Term Funding First Vice President 1999 - 2004 Union Bank of Norway, Long Term Funding Deputy DirectorAnsvar for kontakt med ratingselskaper som rater banken, herunder utarbeidelse av den dokumentasjon som etterspørres 1998 - 1999 Union Bank of Nor ... (view full description)

Bill Thornhill

Editor
GlobalCapital

Bill is editor at GlobalCapital, formally The Cover, where he has worked since 2011. Before that he was with Thomson Reuters where he worked as an assistant editor on structured finance and, earlier, as an economist and bond analyst.

He has many years experience in the financial markets, starting with Cargill where he was a cotton merchent. He also worked as a foreign exchange dealer at Barclays, Bank of America and Deutsche Bank.

He qualified from Lancaster University with a Masters in Business Analysis.

Jens Tolckmitt

Chief Executive Officer
Association of German Pfandbrief Banks

Jens Tolckmitt, born in 1971, was appointed Chief Executive of the Association of German Pfandbrief Banks (vdp) in June 2009.

From January 2003 to May 2009 he served as the Managing Director of the Association of Foreign Banks (VAB) in Germany. Before that, from 1998 to 2002, Jens worked for the Association of German Mortgage Banks in Bonn and Berlin (the predecessor organization of the vdp) in several positions, finally heading the capital markets department of the
association.

Prior to this he studied economics, specializing in monetary macroeconomics and finance, and graduated in 1998.

Ralf Van Betteraij

Head of Funding
F. Van Lanschot Bankiers N.V.

Ralf joined Van Lanschot, the oldest independent bank in the Netherlands, in 2004. Since 2007 he has been working within the Treasury Department in various roles.

In his current role as Head of Term Funding, Ralf structured the Van Lanschot Conditional Pass-Through Covered Bond Programme. Van Lanschot issued three successful euro denominated benchmark transactions since inception of the programme.

Besides Covered Bonds, he and his team brought unsecured bonds, RMBS transactions to the market and executed various liability management exercises.
 

Bernd Volk

Head of European Covered Bond & Agency Research
Deutsche Bank AG

Bernd Volk, Director, Head of Covered Bond & Agency Research, has ten years of investment analysis experience. In 1998, Bernd started as research analyst for Pfandbriefe at DZ Bank. From 2000 - 2004, he worked at Deka Investment, the second largest fund manager in Germany, as credit analyst for banks and covered bonds. From 2005 to 2006, Bernd worked at HVB as credit analyst for covered bonds. Since January 2007, Bernd is responsible for covered bond, sub sovereign and agency research at Deutsche Bank. Bernd graduated at the University of Freiburg with a degree in law and one in economics. He served as an assistant professor for two and half years at University of Freiburg. Bernd is a CFA Ch ... (view full description)

Christopher Walsh

Partner
Clifford Chance

Christopher has been a Capital Markets partner at Clifford Chance since 2006 and joined Clifford Chance in 1997. In 2008, Chris was seconded to the Abu Dhabi office to establish the office and its capital markets practice and returned to London in 2011. Chris has an in-depth experience of all capital market products and in particular structured finance transactions including securitisations and covered bonds. His experience includes working for both arrangers and originators on a wide variety of CMBS, RMBS, Covered Bonds, MTNs and real estate finance transactions and also on both conventional and Islamic financings and throughout the UK, Europe, the Middle East and Australasia. Chris has est ... (view full description)

Bas Wetzelaer

ESG Analyst
ACTIAM

Bas Wetzelaer joined ACTIAM as ESG-Research analyst in 2011. Bas is responsible for  policy development, green bond evaluation and engagement support related to energy and utilities companies. He also focuses on impact measurement and positive selection. Before joining ACTIAM, Bas worked as a climate policy researcher for Energy research Centre Netherlands and as an advisor energy efficiency for Dutch governmental organisation AgentschapNL.
 

Bodo Winkler-Viti

Head of Funding & Investor Relations
Berlin Hyp AG

Bodo is Head of Investor Relations & Sales at Berlin Hyp AG in Berlin. Apart from being responsible for the bank’s relations to investors and rating agencies, and the sale of customer derivatives, he also accounts for Berlin Hyp’s green bonds business.   Before joining Berlin Hyp in 2010 he worked as a division manager at the Association of German Pfandbrief Banks (vdp) responsible for Pfandbrief and capital markets issues. Prior to joining the vdp in 2004 Bodo was an asset manager with Deutsche Kreditbank AG where he was in charge of the bank’s fixed income portfolio. After starting his career at GrundkreditBank, Berlin in 1994 he worked as a money market trader at Berliner ... (view full description)

Cosme de Montpellier

Senior Director
Fitch Ratings

Cosme de Montpellier is a senior director within Fitch Ratings’ covered bonds team. Based in London, he is responsible for the rating of covered bonds issued out of the Nordic countries, the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands. Previously at Fitch, he rated covered bonds issued out of France, Ireland, and Portugal.

Cosme graduated from Ecole Centrale, France. He also holds an MPhil in statistical science from the University of Cambridge and an MSc in economics from ENSAE, France.

Ruben van Leeuwen

Head of Credit Strategy
Rabobank

Ruben van Leeuwen is Head of Credit Strategy and Regulation at Rabobank and is specialised in asset-backed financial instruments. His work is predominantly focused on the analysis of European RMBS and covered bonds. Besides in-depth knowledge of various fixed income structures and strategies, Ruben has an extensive background in economics. Prior to joining Rabobank in 2013, he worked at ABN AMRO in various roles, last as Covered Bond Strategist. Ruben is a CFA charterholder and holds a master’s degree in international economics from the University of Maastricht.
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International Transfers

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    If you have consented to our processing of your personal data, or if we are processing your personal data in order to fulfil our contractual obligations to you, then you can submit a request that we transfer your personal data to another data controller.

  • Rectification, Restriction, Objection

    You have the right to request that Euromoney rectify any errors in the personal data that we process. In some circumstances, you may also be able to ask for the erasure of personal data, and/or request that the processing of your personal data be restricted. You may also object to the processing of your personal data for sales or marketing purposes.

  • How to Exercise Your Rights

    To exercise any of these rights, please contact us by post or email at the following addresses:

    Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC
    8 Bouverie Street
    London, EC4Y 8AX
    United Kingdom

    Email: dataprotectionofficer@euromoneyplc.com

    Web form: Complete Subject Data Request Form

    We may need to check your identity prior to processing a request.

    Euromoney will do our best to respond to any questions and address any of your concerns. You are also able to register any complaints regarding the processing of your personal data directly with the UK Information Commissioner.

Protecting Your Data

Euromoney is committed to keeping your personal data secure and we will take appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data from loss, unauthorised use, disclosure or destruction. Although we do our best to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee that any transmission of data is without risk. We have therefore implemented information security policies and rules, staff training on information security, and technical measures to ensure the integrity of data that we have under our control.

All our employees, contractors and data processors (i.e. those third parties that process personal data on our behalf) are required to keep such data confidential and not to use it for any purpose other than the performance of services we have requested.

Third Party Sites

Our site may contain links to other websites – including, for example, providers of payment processing services. Euromoney is not responsible for the privacy and data collection practices of third party sites and we therefore recommend that you review the privacy policies and terms of service of each site you visit.

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