Eight interactive booths will run throughout the day. These tech booths will showcase where we are today, in 2018, and where we aspire to be in 2021 when we are all under 1Roof. See the section "booths" below for more details.
Welcome by Hugo Bänziger
Debate on what is noise and what is real in the Key Tech and Fin Trend
Pr. Steen Rasmussen, Professor in Physics & Centre Director, University of Southern Denmark (SDU) & External Research Professor, Santa Fe Institute (SFI), New Mexico, USA
ESG information is becoming more central in portfolio construction: Can we trust ESG data? Is technology helping us with these challenges?
Prof. Andreas G. F. Höpner, Chair in Operational Risk, Banking & Finance University College Dublin (UCD)
Robert de Guigné, Head of ESG Solutions, Lombard Odier Investment Managers
Jean-Florent Helfre, Head of Business Development at Trucost
Véronique Menou, Head of ESG Portfolio & Index Research at MSCI ESG Research
Leslie Sita, Portfolio Manager/Product Specialist, Fundamental Fixed Income for Lombard Odier Investment Managers
Moderator: Colin Melvin, Founder and Managing Partner of Arkadiko Partners
Constant Change is the New Normal: Blockchain - opportunity or threat
Laurent Mélon, Head of Product Development in Technology and Operations at Lombard Odier Group
Simon Taylor, Cofounder and Blockchain Practice Lead at 11:FS
Stefan Teis, Head of Blockchain at Deutsche Börse
Moderator: Henrique Säuberli, Research Innovation Consultant at IBM Research
Old versus New – Established Portfolio Management or Innovative Wealth Tech? Leveraging Technology to Strengthen the Human Relationship
Stéphane Monier, Chief Investment Officer at Lombard Odier Private Bank, Fireside/Interview chat with Simon Taylor, Cofounder and Blockchain Practice Lead at 11:FS
Exploring Face Recognition - will be a win or a Pandora’s Box. Will it be a better service to Private Clients? On the other hand, will facial recognition imply ethical issues?
Manuela Battaglini Manrique de Lara, Digital Strategic Marketing Consultant
Martin Moeller, Digital Transformation Principal for Banking & Finance in Western Europe at Microsoft
Ralph Schonenbach, CEO of Envoy AG
Roberto Santarossa, Chief Information Security Officer at Lombard Odier Group
Moderator: Haig A. Peter Research Innovation Consultant at IBM Research
What’s the digital reality for LO bankers over the coming 2-3 years? Increasing collaboration between incumbents and FinTechs
Sébastien Del Olmo Diez, Head of Digital Client & Front Office Solutions at Lombard Odier Group
Stéphane Rey, Chief Technology Officer of Lombard Odier Investment Managers, and the co-CDO of the Lombard Odier Group
Arash Sorouchyari, Head of Wealth Management IT Solutions Development at Lombard Odier Group
Philippe Zuberbuhler, Head of Global Assets+ at Lombard Odier Group
Moderator: Ina Bolten-Wegner, Head of Transformation in T&O at Lombard Odier Group
Closing Drinks and Tapas
Tech Corner 1
Personnel Entrance, Ground Floor
Get your own Lombard Odier 3D print
You know what a 3D printer is but have you ever seen one in action? Take a little bit of time to have a look and get your very own Lombard Odier 3D print gift.
Tech Corner 2
Personnel Entrance, Ground Floor
Pepper : a human-shaped robot
He is kind, endearing and surprising. Based on your voice, the expression on your face, your body movements and the words you use, Pepper will interpret your emotion and offer appropriate content. Combining Artificial Intelligence and the power of the Cloud, his capabilities are unlimited!
Salon 19, 1st Floor
Embracing the digital world since 1957
Our story tells of a data, digital and technological revolution. Intuition, innovation and forward thinking made it possible. From 1957, we believed in the transformative power of computers, designed game-changing systems to replace paper transactions, invested in new ways of automating market data and trading electronically, and therefore pioneered portfolio management for the modern era. Travel through our digital history and discover more about our bank…
Salon 16, 1st Floor
My LO fun park
Be part of the game! While navigating through the brand new versions of My LO apps, spot the most performing investment suggestion and then reveal the hidden fake marketing event. If you get it right, you will receive a prize. Come & visit us before they are all gone!
Discover what’s new from the factory at our insider corner: My LO on iPad, on iPhoneX and insights on our future ePayments module.
Client Room Foyer, 1st Floor
An app in 2 days
We will demonstrate what can be achieved if business, development and operation teams work together in the same room and share a common objective. We invite you to come up with ideas for the next Hackathon. Share your ideas today!
Salon 11 - Jean Gédéon Lombard, 1st Floor
Mobile & Digital Workplace
The way we work is changing: mobile, video, chat, project collaboration, external partners, knowledge management
Anywhere, anytime without any compromise on security and risk…
This session will give an interactive experience of the bank’s workplace solutions to improve business efficiency and encourage collaboration.
It is not just about technology, this change requires a significant focus on user experience and strong operational support.
Follow the typical day of a Lombard Odier employee.
Client Room Foyer, 1st Floor
Effective reporting solution for clients: GA+
We will show how to use digitalisation on Front-end and Back-end activities in order to offer effective solutions for both clients and business partners. We will also demonstrate how to turn a problem or a constraint into a new product/solution idea.
Salle Polyvalente, 5th Floor
Protecting Ourselves from Cyber Threats
The level of skill required to disrupt or compromise systems, perpetrate fraud or create a data breach has steadily decreased over the years while the sophistication of attacks and our reliance on IT has increased. We provide a first-hand look at common cyber-attacks, methods and tools with advice on countermeasures to protect yourself.
Salle Polyvalente, 5th Floor
Understand the changes in computation power when applying quantum mechanics. We will explain and present the current status, the principle and the use cases for banking and beyond.
Salle Polyvalente, 5th Floor
1Roof inside, virtual tour
Using virtual reality glasses, immerse yourself in our future headquarters. Discover 1Roof’s workplaces, common spaces, meeting rooms and many more. Get an idea of what your work environment will look like.
Prof. Rasmussen is developing the physics of living and intelligent processes. He has received many rewards for his work, starting in 1988 with P. Gorm-Petersens Mindelegat in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen, Margrethe II of Denmark, and most recently in 2018 with a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Society for Artificial Life (ISAL). Since 2003 he has won $39M in competitive research grants to his home institutions and international research consortia in the US, EU and Denmark.
Prof. Rasmussen got his PhD in Physics in 1985 from the Technical University of Denmark. In 1988 he joined Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Santa Fe Institute, both in New Mexico, USA, where he worked for 20 years (Alien of Extraordinary Abilities). He returned to Denmark late 2007 and is still an external research professor at the Santa Fe Institute.
In the US he contributed to a variety of interdisciplinary research programmes and projects and in the late 80s he was part of the core group establishing the field of Artificial Life. In the 90s he co-developed the Transportation Simulation System (TRANSIMS) implemented by the US Department of Transportation. He also developed web-based disaster mitigation tools, which were first deployed in the Cerro Grande Wildfire, in May 2000, where 20,000 people were evacuated. He was also part of the original Los Alamos team on Critical Infrastructure Protection, implemented by the US Department of Homeland Security after September 11, 2001. During that period he also cofounded the European Centre for Living technology (ECLT) in Venice, Italy in 2004.
Late 2007, he returned to Denmark as Director of the newly established Centre for Fundamental Living Technology (FLinT) at SDU. In 2009, he founded the Initiative for Science Society and Policy (ISSP), which together with SFI and the ECLT allows Prof. Rasmussen to explore how living and intelligent technologies change society and what it means to be human.
Since 2007, Prof. Rasmussen has consulted on science and technology issues for the European Commission, the Danish Parliament, the German Reichstag, the US Congress as well as private organizations.
Professor Andreas G. F. Hoepner, Ph.D., is a Financial Data Scientist working towards the vision of a conflict-free capitalism. While the vision is unlikely fully achievable, Andreas’ view is that anyone can strive to make a regular contribution to reducing abusive conflicts of interests and thereby enhancing the fairness of our society and its financial system.
Formally, Dr Hoepner is Full Professor of Operational Risk, Banking & Finance at the Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and the Lochlann Quinn School of Business of University College Dublin. He is serving on independent assessment committees for the Investment & Pensions Europe (IPE) Awards, the Investment Innovation Benchmark, and the RI Awards. He sits on advisory boards for various organisations including Bank J. Safra Sarasin, the French Social Investment Forum (FIR), and the Future World Fund. He is cofounder and chair of two socially motivated enterprises: ReFine Research Project, which gives social reporting awards to pension funds, and Sociovestix Labs (SVL). Cofounded with Dr Borth, Dr Hees and Dr Rezec, SVL is a spin-off from the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence, which is committed to fostering innovations in support of the Sustainable Development Principles while adhering to the Asilomar AI Principles and the ReFine Principles for Financial Data Science.
Prof. Hoepner served over six years as lead academic advisor to the United Nations supported Principles for Responsible Investment and consulted for organisations including the European Commission, the International Finance Corporation, and the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership. An extensive record of Prof. Hoepner’s publications, presentations and outreach activities can be found on his CV, which also discloses the ISINs of his personal investments to practise full transparency around any potential conflicts of interest.
Robert de Guigné is the Head of ESG Solutions, Lombard Odier Investment Managers. Prior to this he was Deputy of Lombard Odier Investment Managers’s CIO for equity and convertible long-only investment strategies. He joined Lombard Odier in June 2007 as Deputy Chief Investment Officer for the Institutional Investment Unit.
Prior to joining, Robert was a managing partner and cofounder of AQTIS, a management company specializing in the direct management of hedge funds, from 2004. Previously, he was head of research and information systems at CPR Asset Management, a Crédit Agricole subsidiary. Before that, he was head of EAFE & emerging equities portfolio management at AXA from 1996 to 2001. Prior to that, he was an international equities manager at State Street Global Advisor. He began his career at the financial management firm Meeschaert in 1987, originally as a financial advisor for a private client portfolio. In 1989, he became manager of convertible bond portfolios, and in 1991 took over fund management for the group’s new life insurance company.
Robert earned an MBA in international affairs from ESC Reims – CEFA in 1986 and holds an engineering diploma from Ecole spéciale de Mécanique et d’Electricité in Paris. He also received a financial analyst diploma from the French Society of Financial Analysts, a diploma in actuarial science from the Centre for Actuarial Studies and he is a member of the Institute of French Actuaries.
Jean-Florent Helfre is Head of Business Development, Central and Southern Europe at Trucost, part of S&P Dow Jones Indices. Trucost assesses impact and prices risks relating to climate change, natural resource constraints and broader ESG issues, enabling companies and financial institutions to understand exposure to sustainability factors, inform resilience and identify the transformative solutions of tomorrow. Trucost is the world leader in terms of portfolio impact measurements. Jean-Florent has a deep understanding of investor needs in the area of ESG research having worked more than 10 years in that field. He advises the broad financial community (asset owners, asset managers, private equity firms, banks, insurance companies, academics) in Switzerland and other European countries on the integration of sustainability criteria into financial analysis and reporting.
Jean-Florent co-developed the Trucost services that help investors comply with Article 173 of the French Energy Transition law or TCFD requirements. He is currently working on developing new, forward-looking metrics for investors in terms of carbon pricing risks, sectoral decarbonisation pathways and sustainable development goals. Prior to working at Trucost, Jean-Florent was a credit analyst at BNP Paribas, a governance & SRI analyst at Dutch Sustainability Research in the Netherlands and a RI manager at Sustainalytics in France. He holds a MSc degree in environmental sciences and a MSc in asset management
Véronique Menou is Global Head of ESG Index Research and Strategic Initiatives within MSCI ESG Research. Her role consists in developing and enhancing investment tools that leverage the models, content, data, and expertise of MSCI ESG Research products. She is responsible for the methodologies of existing and new MSCI ESG Indexes. Over the last few years, Véronique Menou has been heavily involved in developing ESG indexes including Low Carbon, ESG Universal, Environmental and Sustainable Impact Indexes. In addition, Véronique Menou is responsible for Strategic Initiatives related to MSCI ESG Research relationship with external stakeholders and influencers including issuers, policy makers, academics and think tanks. She started her career with Innovest in Paris in 2004 and then moved to Toronto where she was the sector leader for the healthcare industry and the project manager for the first Access to Medicines Index. She then joined the SRI research team at Natixis Asset Management in Paris where she was the lead analyst for the energy and healthcare sectors. She holds a master degree in international affairs from Bordeaux School of Management.
Leslie Sita is a Portfolio Manager and Product Specialist within Lombard Odier Investment Managers's Fundamental fixed income team. She joined LOIM in October 2010. Prior to that, Leslie was a product control analyst in the hedge fund team at JP Morgan Private Banking. Before joining the Fixed Income team, Leslie was an Equity Product specialist covering regional funds. She began her career at Lombard Odier Investment Managers as a middle officer for 1798 Global Partners, a Lombard Odier hedge fund, where she had several responsibilities assisting traders and portfolio managers, managing the relationship with prime brokers and counterparties and working on projects. Leslie earned a master's degree in finance from Lyon University in 2007.
Colin Melvin is a thought leader and agent for positive change, who has been at the forefront of global developments in corporate leadership, stewardship and sustainability and responsible asset management for over twenty years. He has international experience from the investor and corporate perspectives in developing and challenging strategy, promoting effective risk management and corporate governance and creating well-aligned incentives.
He is Founder and Managing Partner of Arkadiko Partners. He is also Chair of Future-Fit Foundation, a member of the Corporate Advisory Group of The Future of the Corporation, the Advisory Board of Tobacco Free Portfolios and the Advisory Board of InfluenceMap. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Directors and the Royal Society of Arts and a Business Mentor at the Prince’s Trust. Until November 2016 he was Global Head of Stewardship at Hermes Investment Management and between 2004 and January 2016 Chief Executive of Hermes EOS, the world’s largest stewardship service, which he founded. He was formerly Head of Responsible Investment at Baillie Gifford, a Board Member and Chair of the Principles for Responsible Investment and a Member of the 30% Club Investor Group.
Between 2008 and 2013 he was a non-executive director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee at Aedas, an architectural firm. He has a strong network of contacts at the most senior levels within the world's largest investment institutions and listed companies. He is an expert in building trust and adding value to boards in industries with stakeholder challenges having worked with many companies to improve their relationships and performance. He has a strong ability to steer complex and sensitive situations to positive action. Colin qualified as a fund manager in 1996 and is and a member of the CFA Institute. He holds an MA from Aberdeen University and an MPhil from Cambridge University, both in History, and Diplomas in Investment Analysis from Stirling University and Company Directorship from the Institute of Directors.
Laurent Mélon holds a Master of Civil Engineering in Computer Science from Liege University and a Master in Management from Solvay Brussels School. Cumulating 15 years of experience in the IT and financial sector, he is a seasoned enterprise architect with a broad knowledge of computer science. He has a deep interest for everything related to technology including, Distributed Ledger Technology, Mobile and Web development, and Machine Learning. Laurent started his career in the academic sector, designing best-in-class algorithms to optimise computer networks efficiency and resiliency. He then moved to a financial software company (Vermeg) working on strategic projects with some major banks and insurance companies (Axa, Fortis, Winterthur – Crédit Suisse, ABN Amro) in Belgium and Luxemburg. Between 2006 and 2013, he worked for Petercam a leading independent Belgian investment firm and brokerage company where he occupied multiple functions before being appointed as Chief Information Officer for the group. During that period, he successfully drove the outsourcing of Petercam on the G2 platform from the project inception until full roll-out of the headquarters and the subsidiaries located in Switzerland and Luxemburg.
Simon Taylor is Cofounder and Blockchain Practice Lead at 11:FS. Simon led Blockchain Research and Development at Barclays, where Barclays became the first bank in the world to perform a live trade finance transaction over a Blockchain / DLT with a real customer attached. Prior to that, Simon was on the founding team of Barclays Rise, the fintech outreach programme, and worked across Corporate Cash Management, delivering live mobile and transaction banking services. In his early career, Simon held technical software roles in the telco sector before moving into banking and financial services a decade ago. Simon delivered one of the first mobile banking apps in the UK market from contract to live in 16 weeks, and has built a career on executing innovation at scale with live customers.
Today at 11:FS, Simon advises governments, regulators and some of the world’s largest banks, financial institutions and corporations on how Fintech, Blockchain and DLT will impact their business in the short, medium and long-term. At 11:FS, Simon is helping clients understand the market and use a start-up approach to building propositions and getting them in the hands of customers. In addition, Simon also co-hosts the industry leading podcasts Fintech Insider and Blockchain Insider. A weekly show covering the news, insights and key interviews from across Fintech and Blockchain.
Stefan Teis is Head of Blockchain at Deutsche Börse AG and responsible for the management of the BC initiatives of the Group. Prior to joining Deutsche Börse, he held several consulting and management positions at SAP AG and McKinsey & Company. He represented Deutsche Börse in the Hyperledger Governing Board from February 2016 until January 2018. Since 2017, Stefan is member of the Fintech advisory board of the German Federal Ministry of Finance. Stefan Teis studied physics at the Justus-Liebig University Giessen and the University of Washington, Seattle, USA. He earned a PhD in theoretical nuclear physics from Justus-Liebig university Giessen.
With his background in Computer Science and his many years of experience in consulting, Henrique Säuberli brings the right expertise for the discussions on the emerging technologies from IBM Research. His banking expertise helps evaluate on the opportunities, which technologies, such as Quantum Computing, Blockchain, Big Data and Cognitive Computing, bring to the market.
Stéphane Monier joined Lombard Odier in July 2009 as Global Head of Fixed Income and Currencies for Lombard Odier Investment Managers, the asset management business of the Group, where he also held the position of Deputy Chief Investment Officer from July 2012. He moved to private banking in July 2013 as Head of Investments within the Europe private bank before being appointed Head of Private Client Investments in August 2015. Stéphane began his career in 1990 at the Banque Populaire based in New York before joining JP Morgan Investment Management in 1991, first in Paris and then in London where he managed European and Global Fixed Income portfolios for institutional investors. After seven years with JP Morgan, Stéphane relocated to join the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority as Head of Fixed Income and Currencies, where he managed the sovereign wealth fund's internal and external fixed income assets as well as the currencies portfolio. In 2006 Stéphane returned to London with Fortis Investments as Head of European Fixed Income. In 2007, following the merger with ABN AMRO Asset Management, he was appointed Global Head of Fixed Income and Currencies for the merged organisation (Fortis Investments) where he successfully integrated the two fixed income teams. Stéphane is a non-executive director of AXA Property Trust since June 2015. Stéphane is a Chartered Financial Analyst and holds a Master’s Degree in International Finance from HEC Paris, as well as an Engineering Degree from AgroTech Paris.
Manuela Battaglini Manrique de Lara became a lawyer specialized in urban planning and taxes in 1998 and worked as a lawyer for more than 10 years.
In 2008 she discovered online marketing, and she became one of the first online marketing professionals in Spain. Manuela has worked for some of the most important brands in retail including Procter and Gamble, Volkswagen Spain and Ferrer Pharmaceutical Laboratories. She has also participated in innovation cells for Gallina Blanca one of the largest multinational food brand in Spain currently present in over 70 countries. Furthermore, she have worked with top global advertising agencies including DDB, Double You and Nurun.
In 2012-2015 she was elected President of the Spanish Association of Online Communication and Social Media professionals Aerco-PSM (Barcelona-Madrid). Manuela was a Member of the Aerco-PSM board since 2010.
As the Internet technologies increasingly challenge our laws as well as raise new ethical issues, in 2016 she started to work on AI, big data and privacy; combining my practical knowledge from online marketing and law.
Martin Moellers’ professional passions are digital transformation and business model innovation. His academic background is in macro-economics and politics. He is currently working in Microsoft’s transformation team for banking and finance in Western Europe where he helps retail banks, wealth managers and insurers capture new growth, enhance efficiency and create client driven innovations. Martin previously worked for Credit Suisse, as part of the global banking strategy team, and then within the premium clients division, which focuses on market development and business model innovation. Most recently, he was driving the collaborative development of the bank’s front-to-back digitisation strategy. His interests? Digitalisation, digital business models, banking transformation, innovation, Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and deep learning, robotics, Blockchain and anything else that gets his imagination going.
Ralph Schonenbach has held senior positions with the firms Andersen and Ernst & Young. He cofounded Trestle Group and Trestle Group Foundation. In his role as CEO of Envoy, Ralph is able to pursue his passion to help people and companies understand and engage their networks more effectively. Ralph frequently speaks at events and has written a variety of publications. He earned a degree in Business Management from Goucher College.
Roberto Santarossa is a dual national - Canadian and Italian - who began his career in 1990 as an IT security officer with Montreal based CAE – a global leader in modeling, simulation and training for civil aviation and defense. He later joined PwC in London (1997) as a Manager within the Global Risk Management Solutions (GRMS) group, specializing in Internet Banking Security.
From 2001 to 2012, Roberto Santarossa led the Information Security function for CLS Services – a critical financial market infrastructure providing daily clearing and settlement of c 2 trillion USD in FX obligations. As Head of Information Security he was responsible for implementing a greenfield security function and programme offering an effective and manageable security framework to protect against emerging threats and satisfy regulatory requirements.
In 2013 he joined Zurich Insurance in an executive role as the EMEA CISO for the Group Information Security (GIS) function based in Zurich and led a regional team of 40 security professional across 25 countries. He was appointed as Lombard Odier’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) on July 17, 2017.
As an AI and Cognitive Computing Ambassador for IBM Research, Haig A. Peter meets regularly with clients from various industries to discuss the tremendous strides in cognitive computing and Artificial Intelligence to help manage the huge increase in both structured and unstructured data, whether from internal or external sources. Watson and cognitive computing are huge opportunities to access data, to identify patterns and develop business and industry insights that benefit clients.
Sebastien Del Olmo is Senior Vice President, CP COO Office Head of Digital Client & Front Office Solutions at Lombard Odier Group, since October 2017. Priori joining Lombar Odier Group, Sebastien has worked at HSBC Private Bank for almost 7 years on several Global Private Banking Programmes and has spent the last 3 years on the HSBC Private Bank Digital Transformation Programme. With more than 15 years in diverse IT and Transformation roles within the Private Banking and Asset Management industry (UBP, Unigestion), Sebastien has started his career and his first 5 years in Computer & Software industry (HP, Digigram, Cambridge Technology Partners). At present, Sebastien is working on the CP Business Digital Strategy – he works very closely with the IT to deliver digital initiatives, such as CRM, and myLO. Sebastien holds a MSc. in Applied Mathematics and Computer science from the University Joseph Fourier in Grenoble.
Stéphane Rey is Chief Technology Officer of Lombard Odier Investment Managers, and the co-CDO of the Lombard Odier Group. He also leads the LOIM inLAB team, which looks at different new trends and technologies, such as social media sentiment, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain - Lombard Odier Investment Managers did its first blockchain transaction in December 2017. Stéphane is a board member of Swiss Fintech Innovations; he is representing Lombard Odier Group, a founding member. Stéphane has been recognised as Top CIO 2017 in Switzerland, during the 6th Confare Swiss CIO & IT Manager Summit in Zurich. Prior to joining Lombard Odier Investment Managers, Stéphane was a partner at McKinsey & Company Business Technology Office, where he served many financial and telecom institutions on technology-related topics.
Arash Sorouchyari is Executive Vice President, Head of Wealth Management IT Solutions Development at Lombard Odier Group. Arash has more than 20 years of experience in designing wealth management softwares. As Head of Wealth Management Solutions Development, he oversees a team of over 90 engineers. Arash has lead the design and implementation of a portfolio management system called G2. In addition to benefitting the Lombard Odier Group, the G2 platform is also provided to other financial institutions. At present, Arash is focused on implementing digital initiatives, such as CRM, advisory offerings and end-to-end customer facing solutions in the G2 platform. Arash is serving on the Lombard Odier Group Digital Committee as Co-Chief Digital Officer. Arash holds a MSc. in computer science from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, in Lausanne.
Philippe Zuberbuhler was Key Account Manager in the Global Custody+ department, from 1999 to 2006. He was responsible for several large Swiss pension funds. In 2007, Philippe Zuberbuhler was appointed Head of Customer Care in the Global Assets+ department, and in 2012 Head of Global Assets+. Philippe has participated in several strategic projects within the bank, including customisable reporting solutions, the digitisation of operational processes, and projects geared to new client experiences. Before joining the Lombard Odier Group, he worked for Credit Suisse in Geneva and Zurich. Philippe also leads our internal training programme called “Kaleidoscope”. He is the founder of a private Swiss NGO that deals with search and rescue operations for victims of major natural disasters. He intervened during the earthquakes in Haiti and Nepal.
Ina Bolten-Wegner is the Head of transformation in T&O at Lombard Odier Group, since July 2017. She has more than 20 years of extensive experience in the IT industry and more than 12 years of management and leadership experience.
She worked in diverse roles in consulting, sales, and consulting services, especially change management, process optimisation, channel management and transformation. Various areas of management activities, both personnel and functional positions as managing director, project manager, head of department, team leader. She started her career at the German ministry of Finance where she became a civil servant in accounting, and then finished her studies with a diploma in administrative economy. Ina successfully completed several management trainings as well as project management and IT relevant education. She worked for the German State for 7 years and then joined IBM in 1995.
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