Tuesday, February 23, 2016

AIM Open House and FMA Event featuring Guido van Hauwermeiren of Societe Generale - Friday, February 26, 2016

Marquette University
Applied Investment Management (AIM) Open House and FMA Event
Friday, February 26, 2016

AIM Open House:
When: Friday, 3/26/16 from 3:30-4:00 pm
Who: Interested freshmen and sophomores
Where: AIM Room (Room 488, Straz Hall)
What: Session introducing students to the AIM program

FMA Event:
When: Friday, 3/26/16 from 4:00-4:45 pm
Who: Current and prospective FMA members
Where: AIM Room (Room 488, Straz Hall)
What: Guest speaker
  • Guido van Hauwermeiren
  • Head of Coverage and Investment Banking Americas
  • Societe Generale
  • New York, NY
Our guest on Friday is Guido van Hauwermeiren. This versatile financial professional speaks 6 languages (four around the dinner table). He has lived in and/or worked in 4 continents, and has successfully managed teams in Western Europe, the Gulf region and South Africa. At Societe Generale he is the head of coverage and investment banking in the Americas' region.

Guido van Hauwermeiren
Guido van Hauwermeiren
Previously, at BNP Paribas and Cetelem, he started consumer finance businesses and retail banking operations in China, Russia, Algeria, Vietnam, Ukraine, and Turkey. His ability to understand different cultures and bring out the best in people through mentoring and encouragement has been his key to success.

Mr. van Hauwermeiren has advanced to Senior Management in International Banking at Societe Generale and has garnered a reputation as a Land Rover that can drive down results in any terrain by listening well. You will see that he is an outstanding communicator - listening to his colleagues and clients. Throughout his career he has delivered positive results and increased his firms' business growth, which has resulted in the opportunity to serve on multiple boards of directors. He currently sits on 4 boards within the public and private sector.

The banking industry, especially in investment, as well as almost every other industry from Finance to automotive, will continue to change as the world is becoming smaller with more business interaction between countries and cultures. Having been on different Boards in Europe, Asia and the United States he has a proven international business track record.

You will enjoy hearing about his multicultural background, dedication to client satisfaction, and tenacity to provide results in challenging economic situations. We are truly appreciative of his support of Marquette University, College of Business, and the AIM program. Join us on Friday.

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