Speaker Announcement 

Jean-François Mazaud

 

We are delighted to announce Jean-François Mazaud as a Keynote Speaker for #WarCon18! Jean-François is Head of Private Banking at Societe Generale and sits on their Group Management Committee. Jean-François will be speaking about innovation as a global trend, from financial technology to changing political climates on Friday the 9th of February.

Jean-François Mazaud, Head of Private Banking at Societe Generale

Jean-François Mazaud has been Head of Private Banking at Societe Generale since 2012 and currently sits on the Group Management Committee. Prior to that, he became Global Head of Debt Capital Markets in 2006 and then became Deputy Head of Global Finance for Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking in 2008. Jean-François Mazaud won the “Outstanding Global Private Banker” award from Private Banker International magazine in 2014 and holds a Master’s degree in Financial Engineering from the Lyon Business Management School. Jean-François will be sharing his perspectives on innovation as a global trend, and the varied impact that it can have across the world.

We’re so excited to welcome Jean-François to Warwick Congress 2018!

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