Wednesday 14 October, 08.30-10.30amTheme: 'Brexit: What is next ?'Guest Speakers: Steven Saywell, Global Head of FX Strategy, BNP Paribas & François Barrault, Chairman and Founder of FDB Partners, Chairman Idate/DigiWorld InstituteCost: £25+VAT per person; £40+VAT special price for twoAt Home House
For further information, please contact Chloé Hovakimian at 0207 092 6617
Join us and debate on 'Brexit: What is next ?'
The French Chamber invites you to a talk with
Steven Saywell, Global Head of FX Strategy at BNP Paribas and Francois Barrault, Chairman and Founder of FDB Partners, Chairman Idate/DigiWorld Institute
on Friday 14 October from 8.30am to 10.30am at Home House
It will also be a great opportunity to network with senior executives of member companies
About our Guest Speakers
Steven Saywell is Global Head of Foreign Exchange Strategy and is based in London. He is responsible for driving the strategic view and analysis on G10 currencies. Steven joined BNP Paribas in July 2011.
Prior to joining BNP Paribas, Steven was Chief Currency Strategist at Citigroup, with a particular focus on developed market currencies. He devised currency research themes and generated FX trade ideas in major currencies. He was the principal author of the flagship publication CitiFX Views. During this time, Steven’s team was ranked #1 for currency research many years in various annual investor surveys including the Euromoney poll. Previously, Steven worked as a currency strategist at Fuji Bank (now part of the Mizuho Group) where he was responsible for FX and interest rate forecasting and analysis with a strong focus on Japan. Steven has worked in the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and Australia.Steven is a regular presenter and guest host on several media stations including BBC, Bloomberg and CNBC.Steven Saywell graduated from the University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. He studied Finance/Economics and Japanese.
Francois is Chairman of IDATE, one of Europe’s foremost think tanks, covering the telecoms, internet and media industries. He is also chairman and founder of FDB Partners SPRL an investment and advisory firm in TMT, renewable energy and publishing.He retired at the end of 2008 from the position of CEO of BT Global Services and as a BT Group PLC board member. In BT Global Services he created a world leader in Networked IT services comprising 37000 employees and operating in 176 countries, in 4 years acquiring 32 companies around the world. In parallel, he led BT Innovate, the advanced R&D and innovation team of BT group and in this role chaired and sponsored numerous initiatives with the most prestigious Universities in the world. Francois has been very active at the WEF (Davos and regional forums) and created and then chaired the BT Global advisory board (60 world-class leaders from around the world).Francois is also active in lecturing worldwide, is a member of various boards of public and private companies, advisory boards, private investments funds and foundations around the world.
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