21 November: Executive Board Member Benoît Coeuré discusses with students
European Central Bank to be a guest at TUM
Since 2012 Benoît Coeuré has been on the Executive Board of the European Central Bank (ECB), responsible for international and European relations and for the supervision of payment systems. In addition, the 47-year-old economist is the Chairman of the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures of the Bank for International Settlements.
Before taking up his position at the ECB, he worked in various positions in the French Treasury, most recently as the Deputy Director General and Chief Economist. He was a member of various committees, including co-chair of the G20 Working Group on Reforming the World Bank. Coeuré holds university degrees in Japanese Studies and Economic Analysis and Policy.
The "TUM Speakers Series" is organized by the students of the TUM Business Club; this event is a joint effort with students of the HEC Paris.
TUM Speakers Series
Benoît Coeuré: "Europe at stake - what will remain?"
Discussion to be followed by a reception
Monday, 21 November 2016, 5:00 p.m.
Technical University of Munich