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K. Geert Rouwenhorst
Robert B. and Candice J. Haas Professor of Corporate Finance/Deputy Director of the International Center for Finance, Yale School of Management

[Education]

1991 PhD Business Administration, William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Rochester
1986 BA Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
1985 MS Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands (Cum Laude)


[Career Review]

2012 – present Robert B. and Candice J. Haas Professor of Corporate Finance 
2010 – present Deputy Dean for MBA Curriculum, Yale School of Management
1999 – present Professor of Finance, Yale School of Management, Yale University
1997-1998 Visiting Associate Professor of Finance, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
1994 -1999 Associate Professor of Finance, Yale School of Management, Yale University
1994 Visiting Scholar, International Monetary Fund
1990-1994 Assistant Professor of Finance, Yale School of Management, Yale University
Winter 1988 Lecturer, Rochester-Erasmus Executive Development Program


[Awards and Fellowships]

Roger F. Murray Prize 2009
Q-group grant for commodities research 2006
Winner of 1997 Award for outstanding research International Investments Forum
Fred Frank Research Grant 1997
Beta Gamma Sigma
Earhart Foundation Fellowship, 1988-1989
Olin Foundation Fellowship, 1987-1988
University of Rochester Fellowship, 1985-1990
 
 
Andrew Lamb
CEO/CME Clearing Europe

Mr. Lamb most recently served as independent, non-executive director of ICE Clear Europe Ltd., where he chaired the Energy Risk Committee and the Acting Committee for Credit Default Swaps. Prior to that, he worked for three years as an independent consultant on clearing, settlement, and risk management, with clients that included the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the Intercontinental Exchange, and the Futures Industry Association. Previously, he was CEO and director of LCH.Clearnet Ltd, and a director of LCH.Clearnet SA. Before that Mr. Lamb was Managing Director of Risk and Deputy CEO at the London Clearing House, which he joined from the Bank of England where he held several positions.
 
 
Ross Gregory
Representative Director/Macquarie Securities Korea Ltd.

[Education]

1996 B.S. Mathematics, Melbourne University
2000 M.A. Laws, Melbourne University 
M.B.A., Melbourne Business School


[Career Review]

Lecturer, Business Law, Melbourne University
Lawyer, Mallesons and Freehills Law Firm, Australia
Lawyer, Clifford Chance, Hong Kong
Equity Derivatives Desk, Woori Bank
Representative Director, Macquarie Securities Group, Korea
 
 
Yuan Tian
Managing Director, Fixed Income & Absolute Return Investment Department/China Investment Corporation

Yuan Tian joined in China Investment Corp. in 2008 as a portfolio manager on commodity investment. Before joining CIC, she worked for Mercuria Energy Trading S.A. as a managing director for four years and mainly focused on energy trading and investment business in China. Prior to that, Yuan worked for UBS AG in Hong Kong as an investment banker in energy and natural resources sector. During 1999-2002, she was employed by Enron Corp. in Houston as a commodity trading manager. Yuan received her MBA from the University of Texas at Austin and her Master degree in Economics from Rutgers University in U.S.
 
 
Joon-Kee Hong
Managing Director, Head of FICC Korea & Branch Manager/UBS Seoul

Joonkee Hong joined UBS AG as Managing Director and Head of FICC Korea. He has taken on the current role since August 2010. Joonkee Hong joined UBS in April 1995 and headed various positions in Korea, Hong Kong and USA until March 2004. His last position was Global Head of Emerging Market Derivatives.Prior to rejoining UBS, Joonkee Hong was Head of Global Finance, Asia-Pacific ex-Japan of Nomura International and, prior to that, Head of Global Finance, Asia Pacific Region, for Lehman Brothers Asia.

Joonkee Hong received his MBA and holds MS / BS degrees in Chemical Engineering, all from M.I.T., Cambridge, MASS, USA.
 
 
Ho-Chul Lee
President of Derivative Market Division & COO/Korea Exchange

Ho-Chul Lee joined the Korea Exchange (KRX) as the President of Derivative Market Deivision & COO in May 2012.

He has diverse field experiences in Economics, serving in the Economic Planning Board, the Presidential Office, and the Ministry of Strategy and Finance. He also was involved in academic activities, taking charge of an economic adviser to the Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at the World Bank, and served as a visiting professor of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). Mr. Lee received Ph.D. in economics from the University of Pantheon-Sorbonne in France, and was awarded the Prize of Publication for Free Economy.
 
 
Taizen Okuyama
President/Money Partners Group

Graduated from the faculty of business commerce of Keio University, majored in marketing

Served as head of marketing division, information planning division, IT strategy division, call center management division,
corporate planning division, and securities business division, and development of internet transaction system in securities companies. Became president of Money Partners Co., Ltd. in August, 2006. Let Money Partners list on the Stock Exchange only a year since takeing office. Presently doubles as president of Money Partners Group Co., Ltd. Based business on Foreign Exchange Margin Transactions(FX) and Securities Transaction. In the middle of running service offering to individual investors, its own system offering to financial institutions, and ASP business. The legendary speculator who had put five hundred million yen from his investment during the individual investor.

Assigned as the member of the Self-Regulating Committee of The Financial Futures Association of Japan (FFA) in June, 2009. Loss-Cut rules as the Self-Regulation was enacted based on the opinions of Okuyama as the member on August 1st, 2010. Presently Okuyama is one of the two members have been assigned as it and are involved in FX.

Representative publications are "Introduction of Equity Investment" (TOYO KEIZAI), "TOP TRADERS2004 (Collaborated)" (Subarusha), and the latest book "Diligent Management School by individual investor back from the brink"(Diamond).
 
 
Keith Noyes
Regional Director, Asia Pacific/International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc.

Keith Noyes is the Regional Director, Asia-Pacific at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, Inc. 

Mr. Noyes is based in Hong Kong and heads the offices in Hong Kong and Singapore. His focus is on strengthening ISDA’s relationships with key constituencies in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Australia and other countries in the region. Since July, 2010, Mr. Noyes also serves as an invited industry consultant in the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission’s Product Advisory Committee. Mr. Noyes is also the co-chair of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority/Treasury Markets Association working group on Hong Kong’s CCP for OTC derivatives.

Mr. Noyes joined ISDA in October 2007. He is fluent in Mandarin and English. He is a veteran of the global derivatives markets and has spent the past two decades working in Asia for such firms as Taiwan Securities (HK) Co., Bear Stearns Asia Limited, S.G. Warburg and Merrill Lynch.

Mr. Noyes holds an MBA degree from University of California, Los Angeles and an AB from Dartmouth College and spent a year studying economics at Beijing University.
 
 
Tae Seok Yoo
Senior Vice President, Platform Development & Strategy Department/HKEx

Tae Seok Clement Yoo joined HKEx in April of 2011 and serves as Senior Vice President, Platform Development and Strategy responsible for developing specific new strategic initiatives, platforms, products and services, as well as pursuing appropriate strategic alliances and partnerships.

Yoo has 17 years of derivatives industry experience. Prior to joining HKEx, he served as Special Advisor to Chief Operating Officer and Head of Strategic Sales Asia at CME Group. He joined CME in 1997 and held various key roles in Chicago head-office corporate development strategy and clearing house risk management. Prior to joining CME, he was an Associate Vice President of Asia Business Development at Sumitomo Mitsui Bank (formerly Sakura Dellsher, Inc.) and at Goldman Sachs & Co. in Chicago. 

He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame, MBA from the Stuart School of Business at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and GSAL program at the University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business. He has been named an inventor on nine U.S. patents on derivatives risk management applications.
 
 
Won-Dae Kim
Executive Director of Derivative Market Division/Korea Exchange

Mr.Kim began his career at Korea Stock Exchange(KSE) in 1987. He took part and played a leading role in major derivatives projects of KRX such as the development of KOSPI200 derivatives. He worked in the Team of Futures and Options rules and regulations for 16 years (1991-2006) when he served as the Team Head for the period of 2000 to 2006. He became the Director of Clearing and Settlement department in 2007 and new Business Development department from 2010 to 2011. In 2012, he was appointed to the Executive Director, Derivatives Market, Korea Exchange.

Mr.Kim graduated from the Kyungpook National University with B.A. in Law in 1982. He obtained M.A in Law from the Kyungpook National University in 2003. 

Mr.Kim was nominated to be the 30 most influential people of the past 30 years on the World derivatives market by Futures & Options World in 2012.
 
 
Bob Swarup
Principal/Camdor Global

Dr. Bob Swarup is a respected expert and commentator on alternative investments, financial markets, macroeconomics, asset–liability management, regulation, risk management, insurance and pensions. He is the founder of Camdor Global, a boutique firm providing bespoke advisory and strategic services to institutional investors and financial institutions. He formerly was a partner at Pension Corporation, a leading UK-based pension buyout firm with c. £8bn of assets under advisement, where he ran their investments in alternative assets, was the Chief Risk Officer and oversaw their macroeconomic and policy research unit. In addition, Bob was a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics, setting up the Pensions Tomorrow research initiative; a member of the Advisory Board of Adveq, a leading European PE fund of funds with $5bn AUM; and an Observer Member of the Board of CatCo, a $1bn reinsurance hedge fund that he helped seed.

Bob is a CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst) charter-holder and a member of the CAIA Examinations Council. He is also on the Editorial Board of AllAboutAlpha.com, and on the Development Advisory Council of the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), the UK’s oldest and one of its most influential think tanks. Bob holds a PhD in cosmology from Imperial College London and an MA (Hons) in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge. He has written extensively on diverse topics and most recently put together a book of essays on the challenges for asset-liability management under Basel III and Solvency II published by Bloomsbury in May 2012. He is currently writing a book on financial crises throughout history and the common human factors underlying them, to be published by Bloomsbury Press in 2013.
 
 
Franck Dargent
Deputy CEO and Global Head of Business Development/Amundi Alternative Investments

Before joining the company in 2008, Franck has held various positions in Crédit Agricole group. In 2006, he was named a Senior Advisor of the Sales team of Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank (formerly Calyon) covering French Regional Banks. In 2002, he joined Crédit Agricole Indosuez Securities (Japan) as Head of Financial Institutions Sales. From 1999 to 2002, he was a Senior Fixed Income Sales Manager at Crédit Agricole Indosuez Securiries (Japan) in Tokyo. He began his career at Andersen Consulting in 1988, before moving to the middle office of Société Générale North Pacific Branch from 1989 to 1990.
Franck is a graduate of HEC. In 2005, he launched the Rainbow Bridge foundation supporting sustainable development projects in favor of women and children in catastrophe stricken area.
 
 
Deepa Sankaran
Managing Director/Darby Asia Investors

Ms. Sankaran joined Darby Asia Investors in August 2006 and is responsible for building and managing Darby's initiatives in India.

Ms Sankaran has 16 years of experience in the financial sector of which around 13 years have been in private equity. At Darby, she manages the investment activities of Darby Asia Mezzanine Fund II in India and advises Franklin Templeton Private Equity Strategy, a domestic private equity initiative which she spearheaded jointly with Franklin Templeton.

Prior to joining Darby, Ms. Sankaran was Associate Director at IL&FS Investment Managers Limited (IIML), one of the largest Indian private equity fund managers, where she joined as part of the original team that was set up for its private equity practice in 1997. During her tenor in IIML she was involved in a wide range of investments across sectors and has also been instrumental in some successful exits. From 1994-1997 she was an equity analyst at Corporate Database, an equity research firm offering investment advisory services to Institutional investors on Indian securities.

Ms. Sankaran holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Madras and completed a one-year Special Management Program from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.
 
 
Yoon-Pyo Lee
Head of Global Private Market Investment/NPS

Yoon Pyo (YP) Lee joined NPS in late 2008. Mr. Lee has been responsible for alternative investment activities including private equity, real estate and infrastructure in global market. He has played significant roles in the development of global alternative asset portfolio in NPS such as investment in HSBC Tower, Gatwick Airport in London, Colonial Pipeline in US, Eastlink toll road in Melbourne, and Hemsley Building in Manhattan but not limited to. He is currently on the board of director in various portfolio companies including ConnectEast (“Holdco of Eastlink”) and takes observer seat in Gatwick Airport BOD.

Prior to joining NPS, Mr. Lee was involved in direct investment and investment advisory work in Macquarie Group and was director of KPMG Corporate Finance in Seoul and London and Ernst & Young TAS division. He received a B.A. and M.S. from Korea University.
 
 

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