What is to be expected for EMEA and CEE financial markets after this period of great uncertainty?
In this webinar you will hear experts from the Warsaw Stock Exchange, Colt, S&P Global Ratings and Goldman Sachs discussing:
- What effects of the pandemic can be observed across EMEA, and what locally
- How are CEE economies and markets impacted, in comparison to other European Nations?
- How is the current situation affecting investment trends globally?
Head of Capital Markets Solutions Europe & US, Colt
Arthur Rank manages the Capital Markets Solutions team at Colt Technology Services. His team is responsible for leading sales opportunities for the Colt PrizmNet financial extranet, market data, colocation and low latency connectivity solutions covering Europe and the US.
He has almost 20 years’ experience selling multi-asset class trading technology, connectivity and market data solutions within Capital Markets. Previous roles included fixed income trading at Bloomberg, FIX connectivity with Cameron Systems, derivatives market making and algorithmic trading with Orc (Itiviti) and trade performance monitoring with Corvil.
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Capital Markets Business Development Manager, Colt
Terence Chabe is a Business Development Manager at Colt Technology Services; on-boarding providers and members to the Colt PrizmNet financial extranet. This includes relationship management of exchanges, venues, content providers, ISV’s and strategic partners. Terence’s role also encompasses identifying Cloud and Colt IQ opportunities alongside a focus on industry trends such as AI, regulation, risk modelling, blockchain and new geographical markets.
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President of the Management Board, Warsaw Stock Exchange and Economic Advisor of the President of Poland
Dr. Marek Dietl is the CEO of GPW (Warsaw Stock Exchange) and the economic adviser to the President of Poland.
He has spent almost 20 years in the consulting and venture capital industries. He collected experience as a non-executive board member of more than 25 organizations.
Marek Dietl frequently undertakes community and academic activities. He used to serve as a mediator at the arbitration court of the Financial Supervision Commission and adviser to the President of Energy Regulation Office. Marek Dietl is also an assistant professor at the SGH-Warsaw School of Economics.
London Representative, Warsaw Stock Exchange
Peter Niklewicz is an experienced professional in the area of international financial markets. He has lead the London operations of the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2014.
Peter fronts the relationship management of GPW’s foreign Members, trading firms, journalists etc. and is engaged in extending the Exchange’s international network to attract more interest from international investors, primarily EMEA and APAC.
Previously, Peter’s 16+ year career was spent at Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and most recently at Royal Bank of Scotland. He is an alumnus of Imperial College London (BEng) and HEC Paris (MBA).
Deputy Director of Market Development and Head of Product Sales, Warsaw Stock Exchange
Filip Duszczyk began his professional career in 1998, after graduating from the University of Chicago with a degree in Economics.
Beginning as a clerk on the floors of Chicago’s exchanges, he learned the intricacies of option trading and in 2002 became Senior Trader at Infinium Capital Management – one of Chicago’s biggest proprietary trading groups.
Filip worked as a floor trader and market maker in Chicago’s biggest and most competitive pits: S&P 500 Future Options at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME), SPX and DJX/DIA Options at the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and Dow Jones Futures at the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT).
In 2008, Filip became the Options Desk Manager for MF Global at the CME and successfully led the group through the volatile markets of 2008-2010.
In 2012, Filip returned to his native Poland and began an Executive MBA program at the Warsaw School of Economics in conjunction with University of Quebec in Montreal.
After completing his studies in early 2014, he started working at the Warsaw Stock Exchange. Currently, as Deputy Director of Market Development and Head of Product Sales, he is responsible for client outreach and acquisition of exchange members and market participants from North America, Western Europe and CEE regions.
Lead CEEMEA Sales and GEM EM Sales, Goldman Sachs
Ashwin is responsible for CEEMEA Equity Sales in the London APAC and Global Emerging Markets Sales team. He joined Goldman Sachs in 2017 on the Global Emerging markets Sales desk, where he covered institutions and hedge funds across equity products.
Prior to joining the firm, Ashwin worked at Citi in an EM Equity sales role.
Ash earned a BSc in Economics from the London School of Economics. He is a CFA Charter Holder.
Region Head, EMEA Commercial, S&P Global Ratings
Since 2014 is a Managing Director at S&P Global Ratings, executing across three senior commercial roles:
- Region Head managing the commercial business for large part of EMEA: within led territory oversees both existing and new business across all practices, markets and products.
- Regional Head for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE): drives the franchise, strategy and management of the ratings business across the region.
- General Manager for Poland, runs day-to-day operations of the Warsaw office.
Before joining S&P was an Executive Director at J.P. Morgan Corporate and Investment Bank in London, covering Russia, CIS, CEE, and Israel for Markets & Investor Services. At the same time was Deputy General Manager for J.P. Morgan CIB in Poland. Prior to 2007 spent five years with Citi Corporate and Investment Banking, operating in Poland and CEE. Alumnus of the Leadership Academy for Poland, Kozminski University, Lund School of Economics & Management and the University of Warsaw.
For more information please refer to: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcin-petrykowski/
EMEA Chief Economist, S&P Global Ratings
Sylvain joined S&P Global Ratings in September 2018 as Chief EMEA Economist, based in Frankfurt.
Before that, Sylvain was Head of Economics at the French investment bank Natixis and a member of the General Management of its German Branch.
Sylvain has been a member of the “ECB shadow Council”, a panel of leading European economists formed by German economic daily Handelsblatt since November 2012, and is a member of different public sector advisory groups.
Sylvain holds doctorate degrees in Economics from the Universities of Frankfurt and of Lyon as well as a certification from the International Securities Market Association (ISMA). He teaches at the Paris Dauphine University for the Master in Banking & Finance.