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Harry D. Moseley brings to Zoom a blend of transformational leadership, disruptive innovation, and corporate growth strategies. As the former CIO & Managing Director for KPMG, Harry was responsible for technology and innovation to support the firm's competitive growth. Over five years he identified and replaced legacy technology to dramatically improve productivity, security, and reliability. Before joining KPMG, Harry served as CIO & Senior Managing Director - Partner for Blackstone, where he led the company's transformation to the world's best digital alternative asset manager. Prior to Blackstone, Harry was a Managing Director for Credit Suisse, where he served as the CIO of Global Investment Banking, and Global Co-Head of Application Development / Co-CIO of the firm. Before Credit Suisse, Harry served as CTO & Managing Director for UBS Americas.
Harry has been inducted into CIO Magazine's Hall of Fame, recognized as one of the world's top 100 CIOs by Computerworld, and honored by Irish Magazine as one of its Annual Wall Street 50. Harry is an Advisory Board Member of the New York Center for Dental Restorative Services, a former Board Member of Bi-Sam (since acquired by Factset), a former Advisor to Aquiline Capital Partners, a former Board Member of iLevel Solutions (since acquired by Ipreo), and led Blackstone's investment in Watchdox (since acquired by Blackberry). He is an NPower sponsor and a former member of the Advisory Board of the New York City Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
Daniele has over 17 years experience in IT and the Automotive industry. He worked in a variety of business and IT roles such as Marketing & Sales, Captive Automotive Finance and HR of Mercedes-Benz. As CIO of Mercedes-Benz in the UK, Daniele is currently driving digital sales programs and process automation. Daniele holds a masters degree in Information Science. With Italian and German roots, living in France and working in the UK, Daniele is a strong advocate of the European idea.
CIO, responsible for the Digital Transformation of Veolia Information Systems and Business Leader with a keen pioneering spirit and extensive experience in driving large scale Digital Transformations and IT Operations for Fortune 500 companies, with the objective to create sustainable business value, while fostering innovation and developing a culture of collaboration among high-performing talents. Experience in large outsourcing contract management, acquisitions, post-merger integration and joint ventures.
Coordination with Veolia 50 business units to introduce new cloud-native digital solutions and services, functional management of network of BU CIOs, creation, development and maintenance of two Digital Platforms: the Digital Solutions Store for IT and The Industrial Internet Platform for Business.
Astrid Quenum is the group's Chief Digital Officer at MGEN, one of the leading health mutual insurance in France.Astrid graduated from Essec Business School in Paris and has more than 20 years of experience in digital solutions, marketing operations and project management. Since her first marketing jobs, she has been UX-obsessed. After 10 years working for major consultancy firms such as Ernst & Young and Capgemini Consulting, Astrid decided to fully live her passion for digital marketing by launching an ecommerce startup which she later sold. She then took the lead of the marketing department of a retailer specializing in high-tech goods.
Last, she joined MGEN to create its Digital department. She is in charge of digital projects (ecommerce, selfcare, prevention, health, people …), oversees digital marketing activities, and has initiated MGEN's UX-driven digital transformation.
30+ years of experience as CIO in distribution (SFR Distribution, OIA Beauté, Tally Weijl), telecom (SFR) and hospitality (Louvre Hotels Group) in companies with >500m€ turnover, in France and EMEA.A committed player in digital transformation with the successful implementation of new customer-oriented tools: CRM, e-Commerce, customer analytics, APIs. I work on a time-sharing basis on IS reorganization missions and the implementation of a digital and/or digital transformation plan.
Senior executive with a track record of business management technology.Managing profit centers with a strong operational dimension, strategy and business development, driving multi-disciplined teams, development of complex technical projects and large-scale deployment. Developing business plans, P&L, and preparing comprehensive IT business reports. Involved in planning & organizing company’s strategic plan.
Chief Data Officer at Heppner for over six months.
7 and a half years at Logista as Chief Data Officer and Business Intelligence Manager
- Design, management and implementation of the Data strategy
- DATA project referent
- Conducting projects from A to Z
- Building and managing a DATA team
- Management of complex, multidisciplinary and multi-actor projects
- In charge of the organisation and management of commitments
- Responsible for the respect of commitments (costs, deadlines, quality, risks...)
After studying at the IPSA engineering school, Gilles de Richemond began his career in 1998 as a journalist in the Tests Group before creating Archimétrie, a documentary website and publishing company. In 2004 he joined TPS then Canal Plus asManager of distributed IT and went on to become ISD of Transavia France in2007.
In 2012 he became Managing Director of Voyages-SNCF Technologies where he was in charge of technical operations for voyages-sncf.com as well as the SNCF DigitalFactory. He undertook the digital and managerial transformation of the Voyages-SNCF Technologies group by implementing agile methods, DevOps, which were innovative, collaborative and client-focused and resulted in a significant increase in turnover. He is a founding member of the Agile Consortium France club.
He joined the AccorHotels Group at the end of 2017 as Chief Information Officer and will be in charge of piloting the cultural and technological transformation of the IT department in the context of #IMPACT.
Telecom Engineer, he has a PhD in Computer Science from Pierre & Marie Curie University, Paris. Since 1994, he has accumulated a strong professional experience in the innovation of digital products and services. He notably pioneered the mobile Internet wave. In 2007, he joined the Bell Lab, setting up and leading international research teams in computer science, network science, design, prototyping, user interfaces, usability and innovation processes. In
2013, he was director of the research & development at AXA at the Data Innovation Lab, a cutting-edge organization in data science and big data. Having joined Air Liquide in 2017 as
Group Data Officer and Head of La Factory, he is now Chief Data Officer (CDO) of the group.
After two years as Director of Digital Performance for the SNCF Group, Henri Pidault has been appointed CIO of the SNCF Group within e.SNCF, the department that brings together IS, Digital and Telecoms. His main mission is to continue SNCF's digital transformation by creating the conditions for the success of the industrialization of Digital. Previously, Henri held several responsibilities in IS in the private sector in France and abroad.
Philippe Kolh, MD, PhD, trained cardio-vascular surgeon, is Chief Information Officer (CIO)
and Chairman of the Department of Medico-Economic Information at the University Hospital
of Liège, Belgium, a 1100-bed academic facility. He is also Professor of Human Physiology
and Biochemistry at the University of Liège. Pr Kolh is a scientist, physician, and
administrator, with substantial and diverse experience in information technology and
accomplishments in biotechnology and bioengineering, and non-profit organizations. The
author of more than 250 publications in peer reviewed Journals, Pr. Kolh has given more than
270 international lectures.
He served as Editor-in-Chief (2016-2019) of the European Journal of Vascular andEndoVascular Surgery, Associate Editor (2013-2019) of the European Journal of Cardio-
Thoracic Surgery, and is Editorial Board member of the European Heart Journal since 2009.He has been President of the Belgian Association for Cardio-Thoracic Surgery (2011-2013) and of the Royal Belgian Society of Surgery (2013-2014).
Member (2015-2019) of the Board of Directors of HIMSS (Healthcare Information and
Management System Society), Pr Kolh, with his team, organized two highly successful
HIMSS Congress in Liège - Belgium.
Jan-Willem joined General Electric 26 years ago in the Netherlands. He worked in a variety of roles in IT & Six Sigma in the plastics, healthcare, and financial divisions before arriving in the renewable energy business where he currently holds the role of CIO GE Offshore Wind. Jan-Willem holds a masters degree in Industrial Engineering & Management from Twente University, Netherlands
Malika PASTOR has more than 20 years of experience in business services for international organizations.
This year, she received the CIO of the Year award for her focusing on humans before technology-driven transformation.
Since 2017, Malika PASTOR (@malikapastor) is Chief Information & Digital Officer at Colliers International, a leading global leader real estate services and investment management company. As trusted and enthusiast advisor, she leads the digital transformation journey with relevant and effective technological innovations for creating business values. Before joining Colliers, Malika was the Head of IT at Knight Frank, another real estate group. She started her career working at EDF as engineer then at Dunlop Tyres as IT manager.In 2000, she joined ZS Associates, a professional services & consulting US firm where she pragmatically led major projects and teams in 6 countries across Europe.
Malika likes to go running in the weekend, travelling to new places and enjoys writing articles, sharing her experiences in specialized events. Malika’ educational background includes an Engineering degree from Centrale Paris.
Patrick Chappuy is Chief Digital Officer of the Market Risks division at Société Générale, where he is in charge of innovation and digital transformation strategy, with the objective to leverage on data and new digital capabilities to reinvent processes.Patrick has more than 20 years experience in business processes and the information systems that manage them. After having started his career as an auditor, he worked in consulting and lead numerous ERP integration projects. He joined Société Générale in 2007, where he at first managed various finance departments teams on capital markets activities, then steered transformation programs on the market risks side.Patrick has an engineering degree from ISAE-Sup’Aero and a Data Science certification from Ecole Polytechnique Exed.
Digital Transformation leader with over 2 decades track-record in Fortune 500 organizations, partnering with C-suite executives and leveraging Technology and digital solutions to improve user experience, operational efficiency and enable growth. I’m serving as Chief Information & Digital Officer, Leading the IT Organization for the Group Soufflet (4.5 B€ turnover, 8000 employees, 60 factories, 200 warehouses), improving services for our customers, suppliers and employees by leveraging the digital & best of breed technologies. I have built and led teams across a wide range of disciplines and geographies, including business development, operations, supply chain, and technologies.
CIO of Veolia Waste activity, France (2,5bn€ and 15000 FTE's), a subsidiary of Veolia world leader for environmental services (26bn€ and 170000 FTE's, operating over more than 50 countries).
30 years of experience helping business transformation using IS&T technology as a lever; process optimization /simplification to provide more fluidity and improve Customer Experience, Time2Market and overall Efficiency.
Laurence Lafont, 46 years old, started her career at France Telecom (France Telecom was the national telecommunication company from 1968 to 2013) where she contributed to the development of remote activities regarding education and the public sector. She then took the lead in major services projects at Orange France. After an Internet startup experience, she joined Oracle in 2001 for 9 years. She took on business development, marketing, sales and strategy functions, in France and then abroad. In 2010, she was appointed Vice President of Sales at Nokia, before entering Microsoft as Director of the Public Sector Division in 2012. As such, Laurence Lafont allowed Microsoft to build up even stronger relationships with the ecosystem of partners, communities, institutions and more broadly public sector actors. She participated in moving forward the sector’s transformation towards the Cloud and earned the trust of important clients.
As COO since 2016, Laurence Lafont supports the global strategy of Microsoft France, particularly the digital transformation of organizations, powered by the Cloud. In addition to her current COO role she is in charge of creating an overarching approach on AI for EMEA to foster innovation through ecosystems approach. Laurence is also the executive sponsor for Diversity & Inclusion initiative at Microsoft France and President of SilverValley, an accelerator of innovation in the Silver Economy.
Laurence Lafont is also the President of Impact AI, a think and do tank for a responsible AI, launched at the initiative of Microsoft. Laurence Lafont is an engineer graduate from Centrale Supélec.
After 20 years of experience as an external consultant in Data & Business Analytics strategy with large financial organizations, Christophe joined BNP Paribas in 2018 to create the Data function within BNPP Asset Management.
He previously worked with Arthur Andersen, Ernst & Young and Accenture Digital, advising executive committees on their data & business analytics strategy.
The job of Chief Data Officer within an Asset Management company in 2020: it is to invest in Data Management, through better quality of benchmarks, and empowerment of all employees, to significantly and sustainably to improve our competitiveness, our commercial efficiency, the quality of the service offer and reporting, and to reduce our administration costs of the Front-to-Back platform and our products.
Fellow member of French Statistic society (SFdS) since 2003, Christophe read Business
Administration, Actuarial, Statistics, Data Sciences at IAE Montpellier/Grenoble and at ISUP Pierre & Marie Curie University Paris VI.
Gérard GUINAMAND holds a master's degree in mathematics. He joined the EDF GDF Group in 1993 within Human Resources Division in charge of innovation. In particular, he drove a major European project dedicated to e-learning and participated in the implementation of the first SAP projects in the Group.
In 2002, he joined EDF GDF's Information Systems Department, where he headed the
Innovation Consulting Division. It supported in particular the various IT projects related to the
opening of the energy markets in France. In 2005 he became CIO of EDF GDF Distribution where he managed the separation of information systems related to the residential markets of EDF and Gaz de France.
In 2008 he joined GDFSUEZ as CIO of the Energy France Branch and then DSI of the Energy
Europe Division, a position he will hold until the end of 2015.
In 2016, he was appointed as Group Deputy CIO in charge of applications at the Group and
responsible for setting up the Group's Digital project. This project will lead to the creation of
ENGIE Digital, of which he becomes Deputy Director, in particular in charge of the creation of
the Group's digital platform and the steering of the "Customer Experience" digital
transformation program dedicated to Group's Sales & Marketing activities.
In 2018 he became Group Chief Data Officer of ENGIE.
Rim Tehraoui has been appointed Group Chief Data Officer at BNP Paribas as of July 1 st 2019. Before that, she has been heading the Risk Anticipation department within BNP Paribas, providing expertise in a forward looking mode on various risk dimensions (economic, country, sector, regulatory and individual clients) to enhance risk anticipation and/or support the Bank's development plans. She has also established the Artificial Intelligence practice within RISK and has been leading the development and the deployment of a comprehensive ESG risk management framework, a responsibility that she is still carrying out in her current capacity along the deployment of an ESG data supply chain. Prior to joining the Risk Function, Rim served at various front-office and strategy positions, developing specific expertise in structuring, investment and portfolio management, capital
optimization, funding and treasury management.
Rim is graduated from ENSAE Paris Tech and Sciences Po.
Anne is one of the most esteemed digital professionals in France.
After graduating from NEOMA Business School in 1997, she rose through the ranks to CEO of Paris based Fullsix Group from 1998 to 2013. There she led an inspiring digital native culture and growth initiatives that ultimately led to the acquisition of Europe’s largest independent agency network by Havas. Fullsix was arguably known previously as Europe’s best kept secret - Until it was purchased by Havas last year for $75M.
After Fullsix, Anne joined Amaury Medias as Managing Director in charge of Le Parisien, France’s leading daily newspaper, to develop new revenue sources, accelerate digital transformation of talent and create a new offer, in particular native ads.
Late 2015, Anne joined Club Med in the newly created role of Chief Marketing, Digital & Technology Officer. She is on the board of directors, reporting to Henri Giscard d’Estaing (CEO of Club Med and Global Partner of Fosun). Club Med is placing digital at the heart of its strategy and adapting its organization to join in a single team global marketing (brand, product, advertising, digital & CRM) and IT teams (sales applications, support applications, infrastructures). Her mission is to lead the digital transformation of Club Med and to impulse innovation in client experience & villages under the umbrella strategy of “Happy Digital”.
In addition to her position at Club Med, Anne has been nominated co-CDO of Fosun Tourism Group in 2019.
Anne is board member of the MMA (French Mobile Marketing Association) and NEOMA (Business Schoolà.)
She’s been selected in 2017 as one of the “Top 20 French Digital Champions”. Previously, she had been selected as ‘French Economic Top 100 Young Leader’ in 2014 and as ‘Women Economic Leader’ in 2015 by ‘Le Figaro’ and ‘Choiseul Institute’.
Dr. René Deist, CIO at Faurecia René Deist is responsible as CIO for the IT Organization at Faurecia. In addition, he is driving the Digital Transformation for the Group. Combining the expertise of the IT organization with a business background, he is driving for an increased efficiency by means of Big Data and machine learning driven automation as well as enhancing the Digital Business by connecting ecosystems. René Deist studied Mathematics, Business Sciences and Computer Science. Following his graduation, René Deist began a research in the area of Applied and Practical Computer Science. Besides working and teaching at the University of Bochum, he worked for consulting companies and was member of the Board of the IT organization of a large German Automotive Supplier.
Graduated in engineering from PSL and Stanford, Bastien has a proven track record of leading innovation across various industries (Oil & Gas, Banking, Medias, FMCG, industry...). Former partner in strategy & transformation consulting he is now leading Product, Strategy, Innovation and Transformation for Clear Channel International a leading player of media industry and smart city.
François-Xavier Pierrel is the Chief Data Officer for JCDecaux. He is responsible for the JCDecaux global data strategy to accelerate the digital transformation of the Out-Of-Home media.
Prior to JCDecaux, he spent several years at Renault, Microsoft, and Facebook. François-Xavier demonstrates a strong data expertise to enable digital transformation.
Eloy is a senior Data & AI executive with a successful track record in boosting business performance by leveraging the value of data. His career spans 7 industries, for instance coding spacecraft orbits, driving change in renewable energy, pricing in financial services, and leading data science worldwide in media. He is now spearheading the Data & AI Transformation journey for Sodexo as Group Chief Data Officer. Sodexo is a global leader in services that improve Quality of Life -67 countries, 470.000 people, 22b EUR revenue. Eloy speaks 5 languages and has a double education in Business (MBA) and Engineering (Applied Mathematics).
Erol Özgüner was born in İstanbul – 1971. He graduated from Electronic and telecommunications Engineering He holds PhD about Electronic and telecommunications Engineering and MBA degree. He has nearly 25 years IT and Telecom experiences and ha has been working as CIO of Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) for a year. He is responsible for all IT infrastructure and planning and smart city projects, technical management of emergency crisis (Covid-19), Business Continuity, GIS and electronic systems Of IMM.
Teena W. Piccione is executive vice president and chief information officer, responsible for setting the enterprise-wide technology vision for the institute. She oversees a global team focused on information technology services and support across all RTI locations. Prior to joining RTI, Piccione held technology leadership positions at Fidelity Investments and AT&T, where she was a technical innovation leader. Piccione has a strong record of empowering organizations by setting and delivering a technical vision and direction, building successful teams, partnering effectively across organizations, and utilizing big data, artificial intelligence, and cloud technology solutions to drive business results.
Gavin Laybourne joined APM Terminals as Chief Information Officer (CIO) in 2019. Gavin is also a member of APM Terminals Senior Management Team based in the Hague. Prior to APMT, Gavin held Senior Technology Leadership positions within various industries, including Oil & Gas, Telecoms, Retail and Supply Chain & Manufacturing. Gavin has lived and worked in the US, China, Netherlands and many other countries throughout his career.
Gavin holds certification within Electrical Engineering and is a member of IET. He has also completed several advanced leadership programs at the Geneva-based International Institute for Management Development (IMD).
Charles is Chief Innovation Officer and Co-head of Euler Hermes Digital Agency, the Innovation Arm of Euler Hermes Group, that leverage new technologies to reinvent trade finance. Previously, he was entrepreneur from 2005 to 2010, and then co-created Etalab, the French Prime Minister's task force for Open Data. As CTO, Charles built the French open data platform: data.gouv.fr to make easily and freely accessible French data. Charles is also Board Member at Hello Tomorrow Challenge, a international challenge open to science & technology innovators.
Since 2016, Thomas Daubigny (@tdaubign) is group Chief Digital Officer at Bureau Veritas , the global leader in Test, Inspection and Certification services. He leads the entire digital transformation journey of the group from Digital Enabler to Digital Pure Play. Before joining Bureau Veritas, Thomas was the Chief Digital Officer & Deputy Head of Strategy, Sales & Marketing at Worldline, a leader in e-payment and digital solutions, part of the Atos Group. He was hired by Atos in 2006 and spent 10 years rotating through various responsibilities at Atos, progressively expanding his span of control. He has been notably global head of the Mobility and IOT offer of the Atos Group. He started his career working at Cap Gemini. Thomas’ educational background includes an Engineering degree from INSA in 2003 with a major in Software development and Entrepreneurship, as well as an executive MBA from HEC School of Management. in 2011.
Chafika Chettaoui is the Group Chief Data Officer of the SUEZ since 2018. Her mission is to support the group's transformation by accelerating the use of data with the aim of improving performance, customer satisfaction and creation of new business models.She holds a PhD in Mathematics and Computer Science and began her career in consulting with large groups in the banking & insurance, retail and pharmaceutical industries, on projects around data governance and data science. In 2010, she joined L’Oréal group to build the research data strategy and organization. With her team, she sets up a methodology centered on Change management allowing the adoption of new analytical uses by researchers and evaluators and manages to demonstrate the value of these methodologies on productivity gains, capacity for innovation and securing of decision-making.
In 2017, she led the Teradata group’s Analytics team in France, the world leader in analytical solutions, and brings her technical, organizational and advisory skills to her clients to support them in their digital transformation.
Leading large scale Digital transformation and fostering organization performance through e-Business, Data & Analytics, Technology and Agile.
Alexis de Nervaux began his career in 2000 as the founder of EGZone. In 2002, he joined Technip as an intranet project manager, then became a senior consultant for KPMG / CGI Consulting in 2004. He joined Total in 2006 as manager of digital transformation in France and abroad. Responsible for digital transformation from October 2008 at Saint-Gobain, he was appointed director of digital transformation four years later. In January 2017, Alexis de Nervaux took charge of digital and IT at Saint-Gobain Abrasives, then joined Terreal in early 2018 as director of digital transformation and CIO. He reports to Terreal’s CEO.Alexis de Nervaux graduated in 1999 from the University of San Francisco with a master of science, internet business and technologies and from the University of Florida with a bachelor of business administration, international business and marketing.
Bertrand MINARY is Chief Innovation & Digital Officer at SNCF Logistics Rail & Multimodal Division (Fret SNCF, CapTrain, VIIA, VFLI, ...), which is the 3rd rail freight company in Europe. Due to his important experience in Supply Chain, rail and Digital, he is in charge of reinventing rail freight business with added value, using Lean startup, UX and Agile approaches. He is also in charge of the management of innovation, to make possible for every worker to enhance the company. He entered at SNCF in 2000, as project leader dealing with freight techniques at international level. He began to work for Fret SNCF in 2006, as projects manager for the CEO. Then he had different rail freight operations positions during 10 years: customer center manager for automotive clients, Sales & Operations planning program manager, operations manager for Fret SNCF in the Rhone Alpes region (270 employees – 280,000 wagons per year). He previously worked at Michelin as Supply Chain Manager. Bertrand MINARY is graduated in Transport and Logistics. He also teaches logistics and international transport in engineering schools (Ecole Centrale de Lille, ESTACA) and IAE Business School in Lyon. He was certified on July 2018 as “Digital Transformation Facilitator” by Nextexplo / ESC Paris, one of the first course dedicated to digital transformation in Europe.
Bernard Ruyssen has been working for AXA for 13 years starting within the Finance and Strategy family at AXA Real Estate. Then he took new challenges by learning consolidation and Insurance business before moving deeper into business developing an expertise in Protection and Health.This led him to become Chief of Staff to AXA “Group CFO and deputy CEO”. Since April 2019, he took a new challenge by becoming Corporate Center Chief Data Officer.
Erwan Conq built it's professional background over customer projects delivery, from the Telecom business in the rise of mobile services, to contribute development of several innovative services in French Tech startups. Technology and People oriented, he is involved since 2014 in the digital transformation of Engie, holding several CIO positions for Engie's Business Units. He is currently contributing to the transformation of Engie's B2B energy supply business in France, shaping 0-Carbon transition related solutions, from a legacy Gas Supply activity.
Vincent has over 20 years experience in the design, development and implementation of digital transformations and performance plans. He has held the role of Director of the Cabinet of the Secretary of State for Forecasting; responsible for assessing public policies and the development of the digital economy. He has also served as Chief Operating Officer of GE France and he was previously, creator and president of GE Digital Services Europe.
Manish has more than 25 years of experience in IT and related Services industry. He is currently the Corporate CTO in L’Oréal France. Before Loreal, Manish has worked as the Global CIO at ANSYS, Managing Director in UBS, VP of Customer Advocacy in Yahoo!, and Managing Director for Microsoft Corporation.
Alain Courbebaisse is the Chief Information and Technology Officer of Euronext. He leads the IT function across Euronext. Alain joined Euronext in June 2017.
Prior to joining Euronext, Alain was Head of Prime Brokerage and Clearing Services and Head of Platform Sales at Societe Generale Americas Services. Previously, he was the Global CIO of Newedge. Overall, Alain Courbebaisse has spent 8 years in the US developing technology platforms for capital markets businesses. In his earlier roles, he was European CIO and Global head of Development at Fimat, Head of IT at Draeger Medical SA, Consultant and Developer for IBM.
Alain graduated from Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers in Computer Science.
Nouamane began his career in Capital Venture & Card Management Systems. He carried out major innovation projects.He has over 20 years of experience in financial services industry and joined several international banking (retail & asset management) to lead strategic IT transformation (Caisse d'Epargne, Natixis and Postal Banks). He joined Société Générale in 2015, where he took in charge the Group Data Management Office before joining Franfinance as CIO (FAP activities).He has written several articles and talks on technological developments, data and its uses as well as on open banking - open insurance and collaboration with Fintech and InsurTech.
Miao joined MARS in Jan 2018 as Global Chief Information Officer of global Petcare. Prior to MARS , she worked in Johnson& Johnson as VP/CIO. She has over 23 years of global experience in IT industry, with broad exposure to the Oil/ Energy/Natural Resources as well as Consumer Goods and Health Care business, having worked for Royal Dutch Shell for 14 years, Nestle for 5 years and more recently Golden-Agri Resources for two year. She has extensive IT Management experience, having headed all IT disciplines in both global and regional capacity – Strategy and Planning, Program Management, Project Delivery, Delivery Management (Application and Infrastructure Support and Operations), Business Systems Management, Business Engagement, IT Supplier Management, and IT transformation.
Miao graduated from the Peking University with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Information in 1992 and started her career with Nestle in China. She was the first local IT employee there and started in an application support role. She subsequently took on an ERP implementation role and led an ERP implementation for 10 JVs and 15 sales offices.
After 5 years with Nestle, she joined Royal Dutch Shell, one of the largest Oil & Gas companies in the world. In her 14 years career with Shell, Miao had worked in Beijing, the Netherlands and Singapore taking on Country IT head, regional IT lead and global IT leadership role . She had been managing IT operation in the largest Refinery and Chemical manufacturing in the world, her last role with Shell was Global Strategy and Planning lead for Application Services.
In 2012, Miao joined Golden Agri Resources, the largest palm oil plantation and commodity trading company in the world, as Global CIO. In her two years with GAR, Miao had been successfully driving a few transformational initiatives, such as consolidating the data centers and the fragmented IT organization into one, a single SAP implementation and Big Data initiatives and building a talent development plan for the whole team.
Miao has been living and working in China, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Singapore and Belgium . She is a strong supporter of Diversity and Inclusiveness, she used to head the Netherlands D&I council , also led IT Women Leadership Institution in Johnson & Johnson.
Pascal is the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for Western Europe where he drives the Fujitsu portfolio , competences, innovations and thought leadership. He also facilitates our Financial Services Industry approach as CTO FS EMEIA. He defines digital business innovation and digital business transformation together with our customers. Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions, and services. Approximately 140,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers.
Candice has spent the last 18 years of her career working with and for Financial Services institutions in The Netherlands, South Africa and United Kingdom. Candice is currently the CIO for NN International where she is accountable for Technology in 11 countries across Europe and in Japan and plays an active role in driving the digital transformation of the International organization. Before joining NN in 2017 , Candice was a Managing Director within Financial Services at Accenture in the Netherlands and led the Banking Consulting and Technology practices for NL. During her 16 year consulting career at Accenture, Candice worked with many FSIs to assist them in defining their business and technology strategy and playing a role executing and delivering against that strategy. Throughout her career Candice has been active in driving and supporting diversity and building teams that reflect the society in which they worked. Candice likes to go Hiking or running in the weekend, plays tennis and enjoys travelling to new places.
Norman Stuertz started his career with JPMorgan in Frankfurt and London, where he gained experience in the short term securities, treasury and foreign exchange business in mid- and front-office roles. Norman continued his career in consulting with BearingPoint and Capgemini and projects in London, Munich, Madrid and Vienna on system and process topics for trading, asset management and private banking. Since 2007 Norman is with Credit Suisse in Zurich where he has lead IT units as Head Of Application Development and was Chief Of Staff for IT. Since 2016 he is in the role of a Divisional Chief Data Officer, and a data enthusiast when it comes to data management and data monetization.
Working within the areas of technology, Digitalization and organizational changes for more than 15 years, Jan Topp has amassed extensive experience and significant results both in private and public companies.Jan believes the primary ingredient in a successful digital journey has nothing to do with IT, but rather reliance on processes, relations and cultural changes.Jan Topp has been working in large complex organizations including: A.P. Moller Mærsk, The danish Ministry of Taxation, Region of Southern Denmark (Healthcare), CGI Denmark and Bang & Olufsen a/s.
Mauro ISRAEL is a cybersecurity expert with more than 25 years of professional experience and more than 500 audits, consulting assignments, awareness sessions, conferences and trainings in information security. He is the Corporate CISO of ORPEA group, one of the european leaders in healthcare.
Mauro has carried out assignments in a multitude of fields and in particular in the automotive and aeronautics industry, for EDF's nuclear power plants, Ariane Espace, French Air Force, French Army, Alcatel, Ford, Crédit Immobilier de France, Peugeot PSA, Bosch, Institut Curie, Bureau Veritas, Valeo, Société Générale, SFR, Ferrero, Bank of Africa, The European Commission, BOAD and ORPEA.
He currently working on strengthening information systems security, including management for ISO certification process and business continuity plans. He is the author of several books and articles in numerous specialized safety magazines as well as a lecturer in French and English.
He has taught information security at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécoms de Paris, as well as at the European Commission and has also taught at the University of Economics of Lille 1.
Specialties: ISO 27001 security audits, ISO 22301 business continuity plans, security architectures, certification support, training: ISO 27001 Lead auditor, Lead Implementer, Risk Manager, CISO job.
Johan Stronkhorst is a Senior ICT Security Management Consultant, CISSP certified and a specialist in IT Security & Risk Management, IAM and (financial) administrative systems (ERP). Since 1985 Johan has been working on the edge of IT and Business, implementing systems and security in a wide range of international organizations, varying from manufacturing, retail and finance to international governmental institutions. He is currently working as CISO of the Greenyard Group.
Jorge Paulo is a C-level executive and Board Adviser with a 25+ year track record of high-level impact both entrepreneurial and mature company settings who balances IT Strategy and Transformation with strong business acumen. Currently working in Financial Industry, he also led M&A and Restructuring & Turnarounds programs in Tier 1 Advisory Firms. Experienced assistant teacher with a demonstrated history of 10 years working in the Higher Education industry.
Chris Franskin has more than 16 years of experience in technology servicesHaving worked in various sectors (Army, Bank, Healthcare, Recycling and Insurance) and in different countries as France, Spain, Belgium and Switzerland. Since 18 months he’s active as CIO for Cigna International organizations and Africa and leading a global team supporting more than 600.000 lives worldwide Recent achievements are moving from waterfall to agile, datacenter migration, RPA/AI technologies linked project, CRM migration.
Philippe is Group Chief Cyber Security Officer for Arkema. Prior to his tenure at Arkema, he successfully managed information security operational services at several international companies (Energy, Business Services, Retail…). He has rich experience in Information Security, Security Operational Center, governance, transformation management and risk management.
Pierre-Paul Benoit has been Global CIO and Deputy COO of the International Retail Banking arm of Société Générale over the past 6 years and thus primarily focused on spearheading the digital transformation of 40 banks in Europe and Africa. Over his 30-year career in banking, he has held has acted as board member, CEO, COO and CIO in Investment Banking, Capital Markets, Retail Banking and Financial services in France and abroad.
Ron Tolido is the Chief Technology Officer of Capgemini’s global Insights & Data practice. He is also an Executive Vice President within the company’s Technology & Innovation Council, leading efforts around AI and Data Strategy. He is a certified Master Architect and the lead author of Capgemini’s annual , widely acclaimed ‘TechnoVision’ trend series. Ron is an executive lecturer at several university business schools in the Netherlands, focusing on innovation and technology-driven transformation. He published several books and numerous articles about software engineering, agile systems development, architecture and innovation.
Johan has 20+ years of experience, mainly in the area of financial services, corporate finance and innovation. He has global responsibility for $1 billion business, with deep expertise in strategy articulation, product management, policy formulation. Johan is also an experienced public speaker and panel moderator as well as a recognized coach and people developer.
Mr. Kesten's areas of expertise include: Product launch, portfolio management, strategic analysis, IT management, Risk management, Strategy formulation and implementation.
Chief Information & Digital Officer at ESCP Europe the world's first business school with 6 campuses across Europe. Expert in digital transformation of organizations, Anthony Hié has more than 20 years of experience in Information Systems Management & Digital in higher education. He was previously Chief Digital Officer at the Catholic University of Paris & Chief Information Officer at Neoma Business School in the 2000s. He was also CIO in different public organizations in France. He is graduated from ESSEC Business School in IS Management & has a master's degree in IS Audit & Design from the University of Lorraine (France).
Stéphane Barranx started working at SG as a developer in Securities Services business unit (SGSS) then evolved in the company through multiple roles as business analyst, PMP certified project manager and IT delivery department manager with staff massive ramp-up needed to lead major transformation projects on core services over financial international programs.Then Stéphane became Chief Information Officer of PAREL S.A., SGSS subsidiary company. Several challenges had to be faced upon which organization, legacy management and rationalization. Over the last three years, he led a wide transformation program on teams, infrastructure and software. New international partnerships and distributed methods were deployed, inhouse applications refactored. Now he's leading a stable and productive tribe that will keep transforming in 2020 to reach scalable agile models. As a digital innovation enthusiast, he's also contributing to several SG initiatives on client bots, AI and public blockchain based platforms.
Pekka Kähkipuro is Chief Information Officer at Brunel University London since January 2016. He is heading the Information Services Directorate responsible for ICT, Media and Library services within the university. Prior to joining Brunel, Pekka was Director of IT at Aalto University in Finland and, before that, he held various senior roles in the private sector including Nokia. Pekka obtained his Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Helsinki in 2000.
Mr Soussilane has over 25 years of IT experience. He has held senior roles in consulting, and in the industry. He is experienced in Managing and Re-Engineering Multicultural and Global IT Organizations. With his diverse industry experience, he brings a balanced and pragmatic approach to business and IT alignment.Mr Soussilane holds a degree of Electrical Engineering with a major in Computer Science.
Jo Coutuer is the Chief Data Officer and member of the Executive Committee for BNP Paribas Fortis, based in Brussels. Jo’s objectives include the aspects of Data Governance, Data Quality, Customer and Employee Privacy, industrial provision of Management Data and Data Lakes and the delivery of scalable Analytics and AI services. Jo believes in Advanced Analytics as a driver for Value but he sees Enterprise Data Management as the essential condition to tap that value. Prior to joining BNP Paribas Fortis, Jo was a partner at Deloitte consulting and a long time entrepreneur before that.