John Georgoulas joins the advisory body of the IMD Business School – Banking Governance Program

John Georgoulas, Chairman of the Association of Cyprus Electronic Money & Payment Institutions (ACEMPI) and non-executive director of ECOMMBX is participating in the advisory body of the IMD Business School of Banking Administration program that will train and certify bank board members.

According to a relevant announcement, the program is divided into 3 units where real bank cases will be analysed and presented, as well as a simulation of a board in a moment of crisis.

The program directors are Peter Nathaniel , executive in residence IMD and formerly RBS’s Global Chief Risk Officer and Ludo Van der Heyde , Chaired Professor in Corporate Governance at INSEAD .

The remaining members of the advisory body are the following :

  1. Carlo Costa – Former Governor of the Central Bank of Portugal
  2. Jean - Pierre Danthine – Former Deputy Governor of the Swiss Central Bank
  3. Johan de Wit – Executive Vice President of Bank of Beijing (ING)
  4. Stefan Hohl – Member of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS)
  5. Marni McManus – Chief Country Officer, Citigroup for Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Monaco
  6. Wim Mijs – CEO, European Banking Federation
  7. Nicholas Pictet – Former head and shareholder of Pictet & Cie

More information about the program can be found here:

https://www.imd.org/governance/bg/bank-governance/#:~:text=IMD%27s%20Bank%20Governance%20program%20offers,thought%20leaders%20and%20industry%20professionals.

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