The course instructor is a New York-based specialist with over thirty five years of experience in finance and the international capital markets. For eleven years he was Senior Vice President of Moody’s Banking & Sovereign Risk Group in New York, responsible for the transitional and emerging markets of East and South Asia, as well as institutions headquartered in the United States and European countries. Prior to his service with Moody’s, hewas a senior executive for major North American banks, with responsibilities in London, Toronto, and New York. The instructor now specialises in corporate governance, risk analysis and management, and strategic development, with a particular emphasis on advising companies and banks in transitional and emerging markets. He regularly conducts corporate governance and director accreditation workshops for company management and directors: he also undertakes corporate governance assessments and reviews, leads ‘best practices’ implementation, and conducts board evaluations for private and public companies. His recent projects have included advising central banks, stock exchanges and other regulators on the preparation and implementation of corporate governance codes and principles. Other recent projects have included building internal risk rating systems, the development of strategic plans for emerging market companies, and advising central banks in several European and Asian countries on risk-based prudential bank regulation, and Basel II & III requirements and methodologies. The instructor is well known as a challenging and entertaining presenter. He was born in England, and studied law at the University of Oxford; he now lives in New York.
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