Romain Boscher - Global Head of Equities, Member of the Executive Committee, Amundi
Romain Boscher has been Global Head of Equities and a member of the Executive Committee at Amundi since 2011.
He joined Amundi from Groupama Asset Management where he was Deputy CEO and CIO in charge of investment management since 2009.
He joined the company in 2000 as Director of Investment Management for European Equities and became Global Head of Equities from 2005. From 1998 to 2000 he was a senior banking executive in charge of discretionary investment management at VEGA Finance (now Banque Privée 1818). He started his career in 1994 as a balanced portfolio manager with Meeschaert AM.
Romain Boscher was born in 1972 and is a graduate of Paris IX Dauphine University and the Essec business school. He is a member of the French Society of Financial Analysts (SFAF).
Hélène Bussières Policy Officer, Securities Markets, European Commission
A graduate of Sciences Po Paris, Hélène Bussières is currently a Policy Officer in the Securities Markets Unit in the European Commission's DG FISMA, primarily dealing with MiFID II/MiFIR, equivalence and Market Abuse.
She is responsible for drafting legislative proposals, monitoring implementation and interacting with stakeholders.
Prior to joining the European Commission in May 2016, she held various financial positions in the private sector for 10 years, as a Financial Analyst and as a Chief Financial Officer for several listed and non-listed companies.
Alain Kayayan - Head of Equity Research, Société Générale
Alain Kayayan has been Head of Equity Reserach at Société générale since 2011.
Before joining Société Générale, Alain was Head of Research with Bryan Garnier. Prior to that, Alain was Head of Research and Head of the London branch of Exane between 1997 and 2007. Before joining Exane, Alain was Head of Research at CIC Securities.
Alain graduated from Sciences Po with a Master of Economics and graduated from Dauphine with a Master of Finance.
Alain is a member of the French Society of Financial Analysts (SFAF) and has been in charge of the code of conduct between 2000 and 2004.