Two new Professors for the Executive Master in Finance

Solvay Brussels School - Economics & Management - News

For the upcoming Academic year 2013/2014 the Executive Master in Finance (EMF) is proud to announce two new Professors, John Haynes and Pierre Hillion, teaching the module in Asset Liability Management (ALM).

John Haynes is specialised in providing training for Interest Rate Risk and ALM Issues. He has over 20 years practical experience in this field and has worked as an ALM consultant with many banks. John was formally Vice President, Chase Manhattan Bank responsible for ALM products, training and support throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Previously, he was Manager, Balance Sheet Management at National Westminster Bank responsible for strategic risk assessment and policy for NWB Group operations, covering interest rate risk, liquidity and structural balance sheet issues. As a specialist in the field of A/LM he has worked with a wide range of institutions such as ABN/Amro Bank Netherlands, ABSA Bank, South Africa, Barclays Bank, London and Africa, Lloyds/TSB, London, Unicredit, Italy... and many others worldwide. His expertise ranges from Structure and Role of Alco, to ALCO Reporting and Interpretation, Restructure of Treasury Operations, Treasury and Alco Integration, Funds Transfer Pricing and Management and Analyst Training. He is also specialized in establishing computer models for Retail Portfolios, Wholesale Portfolios, Balance Sheets and Derivative Books.

Pierre Hillion is the de Picciotto Chaired Professor of Alternative Investments at Insead, held the Shell Professorship in Finance from 1999 to 2004 and was a Visiting Professor at the University of California in Los Angeles and the California Institute of Technology. He is a CEPR Research Fellow. He received his MBA from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in France, holds a DEA from the University Paris-Dauphine and is a PhD graduate of the University of California in Los Angeles. He is currently based at INSEAD Singapore. Pierre Hillion teaches in different executive programmes given at INSEAD and at the Amsterdam Institute of Finance. He is the Programme Director of the Macquarie-Insead Master of Finance. Pierre Hillion was the recipient of several awards from the Q. Group, NATO, ECMI and the BSI Gamma Foundation. He has published extensively in the fields of asset and option pricing models and market microstructure and works as an Academic Advisor to Union Bancaire Privée and to Lombard Odier Darier Hentsch in Geneva.