EDHEC-Risk Institute welcomes five distinguished new members to its international advisory board

Written on 19 November 2013.


The role of the international advisory board is to validate the relevance and goals of the research programme proposals presented by the institute’s management and to evaluate research outcomes with respect to their potential impact on industry practices.

The 48 members of the board also advise on the objectives and contents of projects deriving from the expertise of the institute, thereby ensuring that graduate and executive programmes remain at the forefront of developments in the marketplace.

The five new members are as follows:

o    Mr Carl S. Bang, Chief Investment Officer, Qatar Foundation Endowment (QFE)
o    Mr James Barber, Chief Investment Officer of Equities, Russell Investments
o    Mr Laurent Degabriel, Head of Investment and Reporting Division, European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA)
o    Ms Jacqueline Loh, Deputy Managing Director, Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)
o    Mr Adriaan Ryder, Chief Investment Officer, QIC

A short biography for each, together with the full list of members of the international advisory board may be found overleaf [PDF - 305 Ko].

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