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A member of the International Organization of Securities Commissions, the European Systemic Risk Board, the European Sales and Marketing Association, and the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority, Mr. Servais is also chairman of the Investor Protection and Intermediaries Standing Committee established by ESMA. He is chairman of the Audit Committee of IOSCO-OICV and also a member of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Euronext College of Regulators and the Euroclear College of Regulators. He serves as professor and deputy director of the special Masters in Tax Law at the Université libre de Bruxelles. A lecturer worldwide, he is author or co-author of more than 280 contributions for various colloquia and study days, both at a national and international level, as well as articles and publications. He holds master's degrees in law and in economics in business management.
Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA) in Belgium
Monsieur Peeters began his current office in October 2014. Previously, from 2007 until 2014, he was Minister-President of the Government of Flanders and between 2004 and 2007, he served as Minister for Public Works, Energy, Environment and Nature, in the Government of Flanders. After attending secondary school in Boom, Peeters studied law in Antwerp and obtained a law degree in 1986. He also obtained a Master’s Degree in Accountancy and Fiscal Law and a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy. Before starting his political career, Kris Peeters served as Secretary-General and managing Director of UNIZO (Organisation for the Self-Employed and SMEs).
Federal Government of Belgium
Deputy prime minister and minister of Employment, Economy and Consumer Affairs, in charge of Foreign Trade
Leading FNCE since 2011, Ms. Raineix spent her career at the Réseau des Caisses d’Epargne, where she gained solid operational experience in the various areas of corporate social responsibility. She has served as executive director in charge of the general secretariat of the Caisse d’Epargne Ile-de-France-Paris. Ms. Raineix is also the chairwoman of Finances et Pédagogie, the association founded by the Caisses d’Epargne to promote financial literacy. Ms. Raineix has a double degree in law and management and also holds a doctoral degree in American law and business English and an Executive MBA from HEC.
Fédération Nationale des Caisses d’Epargne
Chief Executive Officer
A professor of business education and head of WU’s Institute for Business Education as well as the academic program Social Skills, her research focuses on instructional quality, teaching methods and evaluation in economic education. Internationally recognized in her field, she has led research projects on economic literacy with special emphasis on financial literacy. Her publications address the issues of conceptualizing and measuring economic and financial literacy as well as how to enhance the effectiveness of economic education programs. She has also established research and teaching cooperation agreements with the German Institute of Economic Education as well as the financial Austrian central bank education group. She is co-editor and author of business studies textbooks for Austrian students and the International Handbook of Financial Literacy (2016). She represents WU as an affiliate member of the OECD International Network on Financial Education.
Vienna University for Economics & Business
Head, Institute for Economic Education
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Mr. Radcliffe leads the WSBI financial inclusion efforts, which includes a strategic partnership with the World Bank Group and a seven-country program supported by The MasterCard Foundation to “make small scale savings work.” Previously, Radcliffe delivered financial sector development contracts in more than 75 countries worldwide, acting as program director for large-scale multilateral, bilateral and private sector-funded programmes and projects. He represents WSBI in the UN’s “Better than Cash” Alliance and the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD Development Committee. He was formerly a board member of the European Microfinance Platform. He also worked for National Westminster Bank Plc in the UK and Australia.
Wessel van Kampen
Wessel van Kampen
Mr. van Kampen heads an organisation that leads the Child and Youth Finance Movement’s worldwide multi-sectoral network. That network is dedicated to enhancing the financial capabilities of children and youth. This involves giving all children and youth the knowledge to make wise financial decisions, the opportunity to accumulate savings, and the skills to find employment, start a business and ultimately break the cycle of poverty. Prior to joining CYFI, he was a project manager for impact assessment at the World Economic Forum - Professional Services Team and prior to that the forum’s associate director, head of process for quality and innovation network of global agenda councils. Before then, he was a principal manager at PwC and prior to that a project manager for Leading Practices Exchange for the Risk Response Network. He holds Master’s Degree in Public Administration - Internal Organization and Management, from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
Child and Youth Finance International
Chris De Noose
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Chris De Noose
Chris De Noose is a member of the European Banking Industry Committee (EBIC), member of the board of the Hochschule der Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe, member of the European Payments Council, the Board of Child and Youth Finance International, the Banking Stakeholder Group of European Banking Authority and Secretary General of the Mediterranean Confederation. He is also a member of the Kuratorium of the Foundation for International Co-operation of the German Savings Banks.
WSBI - ESBG