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Michael Ong

Michael Ong is a professor of finance at the Illinois Institute of Technology and author of several seminal books on Basel, credit risk modelling and capital allocation. Previously, he was the EVP and chief risk officer for Credit Agricole Indosuez, where he held enterprise-wide responsibility for all risk management functions for corporate banking, merchant banking, asset management, capital markets activities, and the Carr Futures Group. Before that, his previous positions included head of enterprise risk management for ABN-AMRO.

David Millar

David Millar is an independent trainer, journalist and consultant, offering advisory services to banks, financial utilities and central authorities on strategy, processes, change management, research and outsourcing. Prior to this, Millar was chief operating officer at PRMIA, a financial risk management trade association. He has also held senior positions in trade associations and consulting firms, worked as an operational risk manager in a global bank, advised on and developed risk management products and services, and run training courses on subjects such as board risk responsibilities, operational and enterprise risk, financial benchmarking and risk culture.

Rona Morgan

Rona Morgan was the former group head of risk strategy at ANZ Bank until 2013, and before that, the head of risk strategy at HSBC Asia Pacific. She was responsible for Basel II implementation for HSBC, leading a large team to successfully adopt the most advanced approaches in one of the world's largest banking group. Her extensive knowledge in risk management is strengthened with a previous background as a commercial banker and a belief in strong regulatory engagement. She attended INSEAD and the London Business School.

Andre Thibeault

Andre Thibeault is a professor of banking and financial markets and head of the Vlerick Centre for Financial Services at the Vlerick Business School in Belgium. He was previously chairman of the finance department at Nyenrode Business University in The Netherlands and director of the finance-insurance department of Laval University in Canada. He has held visiting positions at universities including HEC Lausanne in Switzerland and the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in Shanghai. He has been active in the financial services industry as program developer for the Institute of Canadian Bankers and the Belgian Bankers Association, developing several well-known banking and insurance simulations.




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