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Insights from
Practitioners & Peers

The programme is designed as a highly participatory executive-level learning event. You will hear from seasoned practitioners of Transaction Banking who have achieved important success in major global and regional financial institutions. Their practical insights will be punctuated by peer-to-peer learning exercises, enabling participants to grasp a deep understanding of how other people have addressed many common challenges.

Expert Programme Leadership

Andrew England

Director, iGTB, former McKinsey Senior Advisor on Transaction Banking, MD, Head of Transaction Banking at Lloyds Banking Group, Head of CEE Global Transaction Banking at Unicredit Group and Head of Cash & Trade Product at Deutsche Bank


Dr. Theodore Roosevelt Malloch

CEO, The Roosevelt Group, Professor of Strategic Leadership and Governance, Henley Business School, former Senior Fellow in Management Practice, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford


Ramana Kumar

Head of Transaction Banking, National Bank of Abu Dhabi


Adrian Cooper

CEO, Oxford Economics


Herber de Ruijter

Head of Digital, iGTB


Ebru Pakcan

Head of Treasury and Trade Solutions, EMEA, Citi


Ashok Vaswani

CEO, Barclays UK


Rhomaios Ram

Former MD of Digital Bank, Deutsche Bank


John Cowan

CIO, Business and Corporate Banking Technology, CIBC


Stephen Clark

Non Executive Director, Nutmeg Saving and Investment Ltd & Deputy Chief Executive Officer of VTBE, formerly Chief Executive of Gerrard Ltd and Co-Managing Director of CIBC Oppenheimer


Tim Maltin

CEO, Maltin PR


John Carroll

Head of Product Management and International Business, Santander UK Corporate & Commercial, and leader of the UK Trade and Investment Policy programme of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)


Sean Gilchrist

Former MD, Commercial Digital, Lloyds Banking Group


Rohit Kumar Singh

Chief Officer, Corporate and SME Banking,Equity Bank


John Bugeja

Managing Director,Trade Advisory Network


Nat Wei

Baron Wei of Shoreditch


Jens Tholstrup

MD, Oxford Investment Opportunity Network

Case studies from global leading banks will be a valuable part of the curriculum.

Their presentations and follow-on discussions will help to clarify the lessons learned from
real-life experiences