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György H Matolcsy

Governor
Magyar Nemzeti Bank

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György H Matolcsy

Governor
Magyar Nemzeti Bank

Dr. György Matolcsy serves his second term as the governor of Magyar Nemzeti Bank, the central bank of Hungary. He was nominated to the position in 2013 and his tenure was renewed in 2019 for another 6 years. Since 2013 he is also a member of the Fiscal Council. Prior to his current position he was minister of national economy between 2010-2013. In 2007 he founded the Hungarian Economic Development Institute, which he headed for 3 years. Between 2000-2002 he was Hungary’s minister of economic affairs. Mr Matolcsy is the author of the Széchenyi Plan, a comprehensive strategy aiming to promote the economic growth in Hungary.
He was director of the Institute for Growth (2002-2010) and its predecessor organisation, the Privatisation Research Institute from 1995 to 2000. From the end of 1998 he has been a member of the economic advisory body of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán.
Starting in 1991 he spent 3 years as a member of the Board of Governors at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) representing the Hungarian Government. In 1990 he joined the Office of the Prime Minister and served as the personal economic advisor to Prime Minister József Antall.
Acknowledging his efforts in promoting economic development in Hungary, he was awarded the Barankovics Commemorative Coin in 2013.
He graduated at Karl Marx University of Economics in 1977 and obtained his Doctorate degree in 1984.
Mr. Matolcsy is actively involved in educational activities. He is a frequent lecturer at top foreign and Hungarian universities. He is an honorary doctor at the University of Debrecen and the University of Kaposvár, and honorary member of Fudan Development Institute (FDDI) of Fudan University and of the FDDI International Advisory Board of Shanghai Forum.
Mr Matolcsy is the author of numerous publications, articles and books. His most recent book, Economic Balance and Growth was published in 2015, whereas his other books include Bringing Up the Rear (Éllovasból sereghajtó; 2008), American Empire (Amerikai birodalom; 2004), and Our Living Memories (Élő emlékeink; 2003).

Xiaochuan Zhou

Vice Chairman
Boao Forum for Asia
Former Governor of PBOC

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Xiaochuan Zhou

Vice Chairman
Boao Forum for Asia
Former Governor of PBOC

Dr. Zhou Xiaochuan was born in January 1948. He is President of China Society for Finance and Banking, Vice Chairman of the Boao Forum for Asia and China’s Chief Representative to the Boao Forum.
He received a PhD degree in system engineering in economics at Tsinghua University in 1985. From November 1986 to September 1991, Dr. Zhou was a member of the State Commission for Restructuring the Economic System. In the period, he was also a member in the State Council Leading Group on Program of Restructuring the Economic System and a Deputy Director of the Research Institute of Economic Structural Reform in 1986 and 1987; from December 1986 to December 1989, he was Assistant Minister in the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Economic Co-operation (which is now the Ministry of Commerce). From 1991 to 2002, he served on a number of positions, including as Vice President of the Bank of China, Administrator of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, Deputy Governor of the People’s Bank of China, President of the China Construction Bank, and Chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. From December 2002 and March 2018, he was Governor of the People’s Bank of China. From January 2003 to June 2018, he was Chairman of the Monetary Policy Committee of the People's Bank of China. From March 2013 to March 2018, he was vice chairman of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
Dr. Zhou Xiaochuan is a member of the Group of Thirty (G30) and Chinese Economists 50 Forum.

Péter Szijjártó

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Hungary

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Péter Szijjártó

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Hungary

Born on the 30th of October 1978 in Komárom.
He got a degree in Foreign Affairs at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration in 2002.
He has been a Member of Parliament for Fidesz since 2002 and began his fifth term in the Parliament in 2018.
He was the Communications Director of Fidesz from 2006 to 2010, then became the Prime Minister’s Spokesperson from 2010 to 2012. He was State Secetary for Foreign Affairs and External Economic Relations at the Prime Minister’s Office from 2012 to 2014.
In June 2014, he was appointed as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He is the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary since the 23rd of September 2014.
He is Roman Catholic, married and has two sons. He used to be a registered futsal player, playing in two 1st division and eighty-five 2nd division games between 2011 and 2016.

Hongbo Wu

Special representative on European Affairs
Chinese Government
Former UN Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs

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Hongbo Wu

Special representative on European Affairs
Chinese Government
Former UN Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs

Career diplomat, born in May 1952 in Shandong Province, China, graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University and pursued his postgraduate studies at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. He is a native of Shandong province, married, father of a daughter.
Currently President of China International Public Relations Association since 2017, Co-Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development Goals (TUSDG) at Tsinghua University since 2018 and Special Representative of the Chinese government for European Affairs since 2019.
2012—2017 UN Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs
2009—2012 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Federal Republic of Germany
2007—2009 Assistant Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2005—2007 Director-General, General Office of Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2004—2005 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Republic of the Philippines
2002—2004 Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China in the Macao SAR
2000—2002 Director-General, Department of Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1999—2000 Deputy Director-General, Department of West European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1998—1999 Chief Representative, Chinese Delegation, Sino-British Joint Liaison Group
1997—1998 Counsellor, Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign of the People's Republic of China in the Hong Kong SAR
1995—1997 Representative, Chinese Delegation, Sino-British Joint Liaison Group
1991—1995 Director, First Secretary, Department of Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Kyuil Chung

Deputy Governor
Bank of Korea

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Kyuil Chung

Deputy Governor
Bank of Korea

Kyuil Chung is a Deputy Governor of the Bank of Korea. His research interests lie in the areas of international capital flows, the nexus between monetary policy and financial stability, and reform of the international monetary system. Since joining the Bank in 1987, he has held various positions, some of which include Director General of both the Economic Statistics Department and the Office of International Affairs, and Deputy Director General of the Economic Research Institute. He has written numerous papers published by Economic Policy, Economic Modelling, the National Institute Economic Review, Tsinghua Financial Review, the IMF, and the BIS. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis.

Eng Chye Tan

President
National University of Singapore

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Eng Chye Tan

President
National University of Singapore

Professor Tan Eng Chye was appointed President of the National University of Singapore (NUS) on 1 January 2018. He is the University’s 5th president, and the 23rd leader to head Singapore’s ol-dest higher education institution.
Prof Tan is a passionate and award-winning educator. He was a pioneer architect of the current academic system in NUS, and has seeded many initiatives such as the Special Programme in Sci-ence, University Scholars Programme, University Town Residential College Programme, Grade-free Year, and Technology-enhanced Education.
Prof Tan is a member of the Singapore’s Future Economy Council, which is tasked with driving the growth and transformation of the country’s future economy. He is on the boards of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR); National Research Foundation (NRF); and NUS High School of Mathematics and Sciences. He is also on the International Advisory Council of the Southern University of Science and Technology in China, and an advisor with the think tank The Conference Board.
Prof Tan received the Public Administration Medal (Gold) at Singapore's National Day Awards in 2014 for his outstanding contributions to education. He was awarded the Wilbur Lucius Cross Medal, which honours exceptional alumni in the areas of scholarship, teaching, academic admi-nistration and public service, by Yale University in 2018. Prof Tan was also conferred an Honorary Doctor of Science from the University of Southampton in 2018 in recognition of his achievements as “an innovative and exceptional teacher, and then as a distinguished and respected leader in academia”.

Li Jin

Executive Vice President
Fudan University

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Li Jin

Executive Vice President
Fudan University

Dr. Li JIN is the Executive Vice President in Fudan University, Dean of Shanghai Medical College and Director of Human Phenome Institute. He systematically investigated the genetic diversity of human population, including genetic structure, population differentiation, migration route, population mixing and environmental adaptation of East Asians. He also studied the complex evolutionary relationship among gene-phenotype-environment and revealed the evolutionary mechanisms underlying the human phenome.
He received his doctoral degree in genetics from the University of Texas and is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is an external member of Max-Planck Society and served as a board member of Human Genome Organization (HUGO). He is a co-organizer of the Pan-Asian SNP Program, a co-founder and board member of International Human Phenome Consortium (IHPC), and a co-founder of CAS-MPG Partner Institute of Computational Biology, National Center of Human Genome at Shanghai, and Fudan Taizhou Institute of Health Sciences.
He has been awarded the Chen Award for Distinguished Academic Achievement by HUGO, the Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation Award for Science and Technology Achievement, Second Prize for National Natural Science Award (twice) among others. He serves as editorial board member for nine international academic journals, and he is the Vice President of the Chinese Anthropological Society and Genetics Society of China.

Zhimin Chen

Vice President
Fudan University

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Zhimin Chen

Vice President
Fudan University

Prof.Dr. Chen Zhimin is Vice President of Fudan University, Shanghai, China. He is a Changjiang Scholar and a Jean Monnet Chair of European foreign policy. He is a member of the Steering Committee of the Paris Peace Forum. He chairs the International Politics Committee of the Chinese High Education Association. His research interests include international relations theory, diplomacy studies, Chinese foreign policy and EU studies. His major publications in Chinese include: China, the United States and Europe: Cooperation and Competition in a New Trilateral Relation (2011, first author); Contemporary Diplomacy (2008, first author); Foreign Policy Integration in European Union: An Mission Impossible? (2003, first author); Subnational Governments and Foreign Affairs(2001). He also co-edited (with David Zweig) China's Reforms and International Political Economy (Routledge, 2007).He published in Journal of Common Market Studies, Asia Europe Journal and Journal of Contemporary China, etc. Professor Chen received all his degrees from Fudan University. He was a visiting fellow at Harvard University (1996-1997), also visiting scholar at Queen’s University, University of Durham, Lund University, Sciences Po. and Keio University. He was made a Chevalier dans L’Ordre des Palmes Academiques by the French Government in 2006.

Changchun Mu

Director General of the Institute of Digital Currency
People’s Bank of China

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Changchun Mu

Director General of the Institute of Digital Currency
People’s Bank of China

Mr. MU Changchun is appointed Director-General of the Institute of Digital Currency, People’s Bank of China in July, 2019. Mr. Mu joined the People’s Bank of China in 1995. From 1995 to 2004, he worked for the International Department and his responsibilities covered multilateral and bilateral cooperation and coordination with international organizations and foreign central banks. From 2004 to 2006, he was appointed as Senior Advisor to the Executive Director of the Constituency Office, representing Canada/China /Korea/Kuwait/Spain in the African Development Bank. In 2006, He rejoined the International Department. From 2010 to 2017, he served in a number of positions, including Assistant to the Governor and then the Deputy Director-General of the Executive Office. In 2017, he was appointed as Deputy Director-General of Payment & Settlement Department. Mr. MU is a member of CPMI, a member of FSB Financial Innovation Network, and also a member of IMF High-level Advisory Group on Finance and Technology. Mr. Mu graduated from Renmin University of China with a BA in Economics in 1995 and earned his Master’s degree in Applied Finance from Macquarie University, Australia in 2000.

Sopnendu Mohanty

Chief FinTech Officer
Monetary Authority of Singapore

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Sopnendu Mohanty

Chief FinTech Officer
Monetary Authority of Singapore

Sopnendu Mohanty is responsible for creating development strategies, public infrastructure and regulatory policies around technology innovation. Mohanty has spent over 20 years in various leadership roles globally in technology, finance and innovation. He has co-authored several patented works in area of retail distribution of the financial sector.
Mohanty extensively engages with ecosystems of various jurisdictions on innovation, policy making, and tech enabled financial services. He is on the Institutional Investor’s list of influential FinTech global dealmakers. Mohanty has been recognised internationally as a FinTech thought leader and he was recently named the Market Reformer of the Year by IFL, Euromoney.

Qi Zhang

Director General of the Research Department of Foreign Economic Relations
Development Research Centre of the State Council of China

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Qi Zhang

Director General of the Research Department of Foreign Economic Relations
Development Research Centre of the State Council of China

Zhang Qi, Senior Research Fellow, Director-General of the Research Department of Foreign Economic Relations at the Development Research Centre (DRC) of the State Council of China.
She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Laws from Peking University in China and Master’s degree in Economic Policy Management from Columbia University in the US. She joined the DRC in 1991 and was sent by DRC to work in the Economic Research Bureau at OECD as a short-term consultant for half a year in 1999~2000;She was an visiting Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School in 2015.
Her major research interests cover the areas: China’s foreign economic management system and opening-up policy, foreign trade and cross-border investment, special economic zones and free trade zones/port, regional economic integration(RTAs), multilateral trade regime and global economic governance, etc.

Jianduan Jiang

Director General
China Construction Fifth Engineering Division Corp. Ltd.
China State Construction and Engineering Corporation

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Jianduan Jiang

Director General
China Construction Fifth Engineering Division Corp. Ltd.
China State Construction and Engineering Corporation

Mr. Jianduan Jiang, born in 1969 in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, is a member of the CPC and a senior economist. He graduated from Xiamen University. He is now the General Director of China Construction Fifth Engineering Division Corporation Limited.
Resume:
2000.06-2005.06, Manager of the Second Branch of the Third Construction Company of China Construction Seventh Engineering Division Corporation Limited.
2005.06-2005.12, Deputy General Manager of the Third Construction Company of China Construction Seventh Engineering Division Corporation Limited.
2006.07-2009.04, General Manager of the Third Construction Company of China Construction Seventh Engineering Division Corporation Limited.
2009.04-2012.08, Deputy General Manager of China Construction Seventh Engineering Division Corporation Limited and General Manager of the Third Construction Company of China Construction Seventh Engineering Division Corporation Limited.
2012.08-2016.05, Deputy General Manager, Board of Director and General Manager of China Construction Seventh Engineering Division Corporation Limited.
2016.05-2018.04, Board of Director, Deputy General Manager, Chairman and General Manager of CSCEC Strait.
2018.04-2020.05, General Director of China Construction Seventh Engineering Division Corporation Limited.
2020.05 to now, General Director of China Construction Fifth Engineering Division Corporation Limited.

Pierre Heilbronn

Vice President of Policy and Partnerships
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

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Pierre Heilbronn

Vice President of Policy and Partnerships
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

Pierre Heilbronn is a member of the EBRD Executive Committee leading on the Bank’s economic, policy and reform agenda, including its coordination within country strategies and with European member states and institutions, managing bilateral and multilateral donor partnerships and ensuring an inclusive engagement of the civil society.
Before joining the EBRD in November 2016, he was deputy chief of staff for France’s Minister of Economy and Finance. Before that, he served as the European advisor of the French Prime Minister and acting General Secretary for European Affairs. Earlier in his career, he assisted in the creation of the European External Action Service. As acting head of Cabinet of the European Commissioner for External Relations and Management of Development Aid, he worked on the Neighborhood policy and on the management of EU development aid at the programming cycle.
Pierre Heilbronn started his career in the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Department of European cooperation) and the Ministry of Finance.
He graduated from the Institut d’Etudes politiques de Paris and the Ecole nationale d’administration (ENA). He holds a Master of Economics from Cambridge University and a Master of European studies from the College of Europe of Bruges. He also studied in Yale University and Georgetown University.

Bofei Hu

Deputy GM of International Business Dept.
China Construction Bank

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Bofei Hu

Deputy GM of International Business Dept.
China Construction Bank

Ms. Hu Bofei, Deputy GM of International Business Dept. of China Construction Bank, Member of Cross Border RMB Committee under China Society for Finance and Banking. Ms. Hu undertakes responsibilities for international cooperation, matchmaking and cross border RMB business in the bank. First joined CCB in 1999, she had been working in Custody Services Dept. for 18 years, and has rich experience in the field of Chinese stock market infrastructure, mutual fund, and global custody services. She had served as a Member for International Business Committee of Asset Management Association of China, and actively participated in the schemes of opening up capital market to foreign institutional investors.
Ms. Hu received both Bachelor’s & Master’s Degree in International Finance from the Central University of Finance & Banking in China.

Jung Hoon Lee

Chairman
Smart City Committee
Seoul Metropolitan Government

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Jung Hoon Lee

Chairman
Smart City Committee
Seoul Metropolitan Government

Jung-hoon (John) LEE is currently Professor of Technology & Innovation management at the Graduate School of Information, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea. He is recognized as one of leading smart city experts around globe and has been involved in several leading smart city national initiatives and projects. He is currently serving as the chairman of Smart City Committee for the Seoul Metropolitan Government and the board of members of Seoul Digital Foundation, the think-tank institution for Smart City policy development. At national level, Prof. LEE is also serving as a member of National Smart City Committee and also chairman of Specialist Committee for Public Data & Usage in the National Open Data Strategy Council, Republic of Korea. He also worked as an external consultant for both for UN ESCAP & OECD and also training executive-level of civil servants around the globe including the World Bank, G20 and developing countries. In recent years, he was involving on smart city masterplan strategy, citizen engagement platform & living lab implementations for major metropolitan cities and published ‘Global Smart Cities Index Report’. Prof. LEE is currently taking a leading role of PMO for national smart city R&D project particularly involving index development, service design based on design thinking and crowdsourcing based citizen engagement and Smart Mobility (I-MoD) challenge project with Hyundai Motors for next three years with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure & Transport. He is taking several roles as frequent session chairs, speakers and panelist of international smart city conferences including Smart City World Congress & Expo and World Smart City Asian Summit. Prof. LEE received Ph.D. from the Cambridge University and also visiting scholar at Stanford Graduate School of Business and visiting academic fellow at Cambridge University, U.K.
Linkedin:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lee-jung-hoon-b486a4109/?originalSubdomain=kr

Bruno Lanvin

President
Smart City Observatory

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Bruno Lanvin

President
Smart City Observatory

Dr Bruno Lanvin is the President of the Smart City Observatory. He is also Executive Director of INSEAD’s Global Indices, founder and CEO of D&L Partners, and co-founder and director of Portulans Institute. He has exercised senior responsibilities at the World Bank and in the United Nations.
Since 2002 he has been co-authoring the Global Information Technology Report (INSEAD-World Economic Forum); he is currently the co-editor of the Global Innovation Index Report (INSEAD-WIPO-Cornell University); he was the founder of a significant number of other key global indices and reports, including the Global Talent Competitiveness Report (GTCI), the Smart City Index (SCI) and the PICSA Index.
Dr Lanvin holds a BA in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Valenciennes (France), an MBA from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris, and a PhD in Economics from the University of Paris I (La Sorbonne) in France. He is also an INSEAD alumnus (IDP-C). A frequent speaker at high-level meetings, he advises a number of global companies and governments around the world on technology, innovation, talent and AI matters, and has been a member of numerous boards, including those of IDA (Singapore), ICANN, GovTech (Singapore), the Mohammed Bin Rashid Center for Government Innovation (United Arab Emirates), IP-Watch, inter alia.

Danae Kyriakopoulou

Chief Economist and Director of Research
Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum

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Danae Kyriakopoulou

Chief Economist and Director of Research
Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum

Danae Kyriakopoulou is Chief Economist and Director of Research at the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF) based in London, and also serves as Chair of OMFIF’s Sustainable Policy Institute. Her research focuses on areas relevant to global public policy and investment institutions such as central banks, sovereign funds and public pension funds. These range from monetary policy and financial regulation to reserve management, investment policy and governance. She is a frequent speaker and contributor on these themes in international publications, conferences and the media. Previously, she was Managing Economist at the Centre for Economics and Business Research. She has also served as Economic Adviser to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and has worked at the Bank of Greece. She holds a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and an MSc in Economics for Development from Oxford University.

Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin

Vice President
Eurasia Business and Economics Society

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Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin

Vice President
Eurasia Business and Economics Society

Mehmet Huseyin Bilgin is a full professor of economics at Istanbul Medeniyet University (Turkey). He is the Founder and Vice-President of Eurasia Business and Economics Society (EBES); Chair of the Euro-Asia Forum in Politics, Economics and Business (EAFPEB); Founder and Chairman of the Board of the Istanbul Economic Research Association (IEAD); and Country Cluster of the Global Labor Organization (GLO). During his academic career, he has worked in many international institutions: A Visiting Professor and/or Scholar at the Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis (USA); Jacksonville University (USA); Zagreb University (Croatia); Nanyang Technological University (Singapore); and National Research University - Higher School of Economics (Russia).
He has taken active roles in many leading academic journals. Among others, he is the Subject Editor at the Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money (SSCI); Associate Editor at the International Review of Economics & Finance (SSCI), Singapore Economic Review (SSCI), International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Finance and Management (SSCI), and Eurasian Economic Review (Scopus); and member of the Editorial Review Board at the Small Business Economics (SSCI) and the International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal (SSCI); and member of the Editorial Board at the Investment Analysts journal (SSCI).
He has published in many reputable journals including Economic Letters; The World Economy; Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money; Emerging Markets Review; International Review of Financial Analysis; Finance Research Letters; Applied Economics; Eurasian Business Review; and Singapore Economic Review. His research fields are macroeconomics, international economics, and international finance.

Leena Ilmola-Sheppard

Senior Scientist
International Institute For Applied Systems Analysis

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Leena Ilmola-Sheppard

Senior Scientist
International Institute For Applied Systems Analysis

Dr. Leena Ilmola-Sheppard has been working as a Senior Scientist in the International Institute For Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in the Advanced Systems Analysis Program, Laxenburg, Austria since 2009. She is responsible for development of the qualitative systems methods and decision-maker connections. Currently her main research interest is digitalization and its impact on the structures of the global economy; she is the IIASA PI of the six year PVN research project. She was nominated to a position of a special advising expert of the Finnish Prime Minister’s Office’s Toimi-project and she has been an expert for the Futures Committee of the Finnish Parliament.
Leena Ilmola-Sheppard is a Founding Member and a Scientific Coordinator of the Global X-Network. The GXN is an international network of researchers studying uncertainty since 2012. Dr. Ilmola-Sheppard has a business background; she is a co-founder and CEO, Fountain Park Inc., 2004-2009, a software company in San Jose California, Founder and CFO, Fountain Park Oy, 2000-2001, a software method development company in Helsinki Finland.

MODERATORS

 

Barnabás Virág

Deputy Governor
Magyar Nemzeti Bank

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Barnabás Virág

Deputy Governor
Magyar Nemzeti Bank

Deputy Governor of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank responsible for monetary policy and financial stability. From 2015 until his appointment as Deputy Governor he served as Executive Director of the MNB responsible for monetary policy and economic analysis. Between 2013 and 2015 he was Director of the MNB responsible for economic analysis. From 2003 he worked as an Analyst at the MNB. Prior to that he taught at the Budapest University of Economics and State Administration (today Budapest Corvinus University) and was an Analyst at the Ministry of Finance. In 2017 he was awarded the Popovics Prize. He completed his studies at the Budapest University of Economics and State Administration.

Mihály Patai

Deputy Governor
Magyar Nemzeti Bank

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Mihály Patai

Deputy Governor
Magyar Nemzeti Bank

Dr. Mihály Patai has been Deputy Governor of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (The Central Bank of Hungary), and Member of the Monetary Council from 22 April 2019. Until April 2019 he was the President of the Hungarian Banking Association, and the Chairman&CEO of UniCredit Bank Hungary since 2006. From 1996 to 2006, he was Chairman&CEO of Allianz Hungaria Insurance. From 1993 to 1995, he served as Executive Director of Kereskedelmi Bank, and from 1988 to 1993, he worked as assistant to the Executive Director of World Bank.
He graduated from the Budapest University of Economics. He studied under scholarships in London, Vienna and Moscow.
He is the Chairman of the Budapest Stock Exchange, Chairman of the Board of Directors at GIRO Zrt. and Vice President of the Hungarian Economic Association.

Norbert Csizmadia

President of the Board of Trustees
Pallas Athéné Domus Meriti Foundation

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Norbert Csizmadia

President of the Board of Trustees
Pallas Athéné Domus Meriti Foundation

Norbert Csizmadia (PhD) is the President of the Board of Trustees at the Pallas Athéné Domus Meriti Foundation (PADME) and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the John von Neumann University of Kecskemét. He is a geographer and expert in economic strategy, regional and urban development, and geopolitics. He is the author of the book, Geofusion – The Power of Geography and Mapping of the 21st Century and Editor-in Chief of HUG (Hungarian Geopolitics) magazine. He is a Member of the International Advisory Board of the “Belt and Road and Global Governance” in the Fudan Development Institute, Shanghai. He is the independent director of Bank of China Hungary.
He was the executive director of the Magyar Nemzeti Bank (Central Bank of Hungary) in charge of economic strategy and planning from 2013 to 2016. From 2012, Norbert Csizmadia was State Secretary for economic planning coordination in the Ministry for National Economy. From 2010, he was the head of the Strategic Think Tank and later the Deputy State Secretary for economic planning. He was Secretary of the Economic Consultation from the autumn of 2005. He was co-author and coordinator of the discussion paper “Vision Hungary 2025” and Chief coordinator of the development of the New Széchenyi Plan (2010-2020). From 2004, he was a member of the Team Europe expert committee established by the European Commission in the topic of regional policy. From 2000, he was the head of the Deputy State Secretariat for Regional Economic Development in the Ministry for National Economy.

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