BANK AND INSURANCE Les Echos ConferenceMAY 28th 2013
Les Salons Hoche
Oliver Wyman is proud to be one of the main sponsors at Les Echos Bank & Insurance Conference.
The conference will focus on the strategic challenges of financial services, innovations and changes in key customers relationships.
The Les Echos Conference brings together more than 150 participants and 12 C-suite speakers and will also feature a keynote speech from Michel Pébereau, Président d’Honneur of BNP Paribas. Speakers from Oliver Wyman: Fady Khayatt and Greg Rung.
Other speakers already confirmed will include :
- Olivier GAVALDA, Crédit Agricole
- Didier MOATE, La Banque Postale
- Jean-Marc PAILHOL, Allianz France
- Damien BOURGEOIS, Axa France
- Martine LARDENOIS, Generali
- Nathalie LEAUTE, TNS Sofres
- Christophe PINAULT, Crédit Foncier
- Yves BOHEC, Arkea Banque Entreprises & Institutionnels
- Olivier CONSTANTIN, LCL
- Julien LARDIER, Criteo
- Elodie SOLIRENNE, Tata Consultancy Services
- Gilbert ARIRA, BNP Paribas Retail Banking
- Nicolas CHATILLON, Groupe BPCE
- Gérard NEBOUY, Visa Europe France
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Phoenix Sky Harbor International Aviation Symposium
April 24th-26th 2013
Phoenician Resort & Spa
Oliver Wyman is proud to support the Annual Phoenix Sky Harbor International Aviation Symposium. This exclusive industry event brings together a diverse mix of senior executives from major US and international carriers, senior US and international transportation officials, and other industry luminaries from around the globe. The group will gather in Phoenix to discuss issues facing the industry. Topics include airline strategy, revenue pipeline, alliances and partnerships, labor issues, hassles of air travel and other hot ticket items. The symposium will continue the popular tradition of the final chief executive panel, where notable chief executives discuss what is on their minds.
Speakers already confirmed for the event include:
Bruce Ashby, CEO, oneworld Alliance
Randy Babbitt, SVP Labor Relations, Southwest Airlines
Rick Blatstein, CEO, OTG Management
Dr. Zhihang Chi, VP and GM of North America, Air China
Barry Eccleston, President & CEO, Airbus Americas
Michael Grealy, Chief People & Change Officer, Aer Lingus
Henry Harteveldt, Chief Research Officer and Co-Founder, Atmosphere Research Group
Peter Hunt, Sr. VP & CFO, Virgin America
Peter Ingram, EVP & CCO, Hawaiian Airlines
John Jamotta, VP Network Planning, Southwest Airlines
Stephen Kavanagh, CCO, Aer Lingus
Colm Lacy, Head of Commercial – Gatwick, British Airways
Michael Lenz, SVP & Treasurer, FedEx
Charlie Leocha, Director, Consumer Travel Alliance
Scott McCartney, Travel Editor, The Wall Street Journal
William McGee, Consumer Advocate, Future of Aviation Advisory Committee
P. Douglas McKeen, SVP Labor Relations, United Airlines
Estuardo Ortiz, EVP & COO, AviancaTACA Airlines
Nicolas Rhoads, SVP Commercial Planning, Grupo Aeromexico
Will Ris, Jr., SVP, Government Affairs for AMR Corporation and American Airlines
Edmond Rose, Director, Commercial and Revenue Planning, Virgin Atlantic Airways
Mark Schwab, CEO, Star Alliance
Brett Snyder, Blogger, Cranky Flyer
Nancy Sparks, Managing Director, Regulatory Affairs, FedEx Express
Krishna (Kris) Urs, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation Affairs, U.S. Department of State
Karen Walker, Editor-in-Chief, Air Transport World
Andrew Watterson, VP, Planning and Revenue Management, Hawaiian Airlines
Scott Wilson, VP of Merchandising and eCommerce, United Airlines
For more information about this event, please click here.
Transmission, Distribution & Metering ConferenceApril 28 - May 01, 2013
Chicago Marriott Downtown
The EEI Transmission, Distribution & Metering conference is a twice-annual gathering focused on moving electricity from the power generator to the customer. EEI, the Edison Electric Institute, is an association of shareholder-owned electric companies. EEI holds dozens of electricity conferences each year.
OW Presenter: Alan Feibelman
Mr. Feibelman will talk about the critical decisions and trade-offs executives must make as they create reliability and asset management strategies. He will explore a series of important decisions utility leaders must confront: Maintain or improve reliability performance? Focus more on frequency or duration, day-to-day operation or major events? Prioritize today’s aging infrastructure or build the network of the future? Address the least-reliable circuits first or neighborhoods where the political outcry is loudest? He will also describe an approach for creating and implementing a reliability strategy.
For more information about this event, please click here.
NG ConferenceOctober 16 - 18, 2012
The NG Manufacturing Summit US is designed specifically with C-level manufacturing executives in mind, assisting forward-thinking decision-makers in the context of challenging demands.
The NG Manufacturing Summit US brings together senior executives who are currently investing in innovative solutions that will positively impact their bottom line and solution providers who will need to position themselves at those precise investment hot-spots in order to reap the benefits.
OW Presenters: John Lucci, Laurent Thomas and Scott Durie
Oliver Wyman Solution Synopsis:
Setting the Stage for Transformational Success in Manufacturing
Too often, organizations fail to realize sustainable, long term benefits from the implementation of lean techniques. Emphasizing only lean tools and techniques while failing to consider organization, more leadership and culture, early impact is typically strong, yet sustainable performance improvements are not achieved over the long term.
Conducting a detailed organization assessment, OW with deep manufacturing experience and a blend of management, analytical, and behavioral approaches helps to develop an aligned organization focused on the changes required to institutionalize and drive a sustainable lean transformation. We advise, support and empower leaders as change catalysts throughout each phase of the lean journey.
Paris Motor Show 2012Sep 27 - Oct 14, 2012
Hall 3, stand C335
From Sep 27 to Oct 14, the auto world meets at the Mondial de l’Automobile 2012 in Paris. At the Port de Versailles exhibition center automakers show their research, concept cars and innovations. 270 OEMs from 23 countries are expected to attend. The Oliver Wyman stand # c335 can be found in Hall 3. Moreover, discussion sessions and conferences about trends in the automotive industry take place. The saloon takes place every second year, alternating with the Frankfurt IAA.
On Sep 28, the following Oliver Wyman conferences are held in room 733B/CARINA (Hall 7, Level 3):
2.00 p.m. In Car IT: Trends, Opportunities, and Challenges for Suppliers
3.00 p.m. Future of Mobility: How to create new usages?
4.00 p.m. Composites Materials 2010: a must in automotive?
5.00 p.m. Automotive trends 2020: challenges & opportunities
5.30 p.m. Connected Cars: when cars become smartphones
For further information please go to: http://www.mondial-automobile.com/en/visitors/
2012 North American Infrastructure Risk ConferenceApril 24, 2012
The Marsh & McLennan Companies of Oliver Wyman, Marsh, Mercer and NERA Economic Consulting are sponsoring a one-day, invitation-only conference focusing on infrastructure risk issues. Through five hour-long panels with industry leaders, the conference will focus on key infrastructure risk topics related to the public interest and private investment:
Public policy & regulation | Bankability | Demand & revenue risks | Refinancing | Sustainability
The conference will also feature a keynote speech from US Representative John L. Mica, Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
For more information about registration or the event, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1 214 721-1508.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Aviation Symposium 2012Mar.21.2012 - Mar.23.2012
JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort, Phoenix, AZ
Oliver Wyman is proud to support the 21st Annual Phoenix Sky Harbor International Aviation Symposium. This exclusive industry event brings together a diverse mix of senior executives from major US and international carriers, senior U.S. and international transportation officials industry, and other industry luminaries.
This year's speakers include:
Ben Baldanza | CEO and President, Spirit Airlines, Nick Calio | President and CEO, Airlines for America, Zhihang Chi |PhD, VP & GM North America, Air China Limited, David Cush | President & CEO, Virgin America, Barry Eccleston | President & CEO, Airbus America, Jeff Fegan | CEO, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Michael Grealy | Director of Human Resources & Organisational Change, Aer Lingus, Henry Harteveldt | Chief Research Officer and Co‑Founder, Atmosphere Research Group, Robin Hayes | EVP and CCO, jetBlue Airways, Brian Hirshman | SVP Technical Operations, Southwest Airlines, Peter R. Ingram | CCO & Executive Vice President, Hawaiian Airlines, Stephen Kavanagh | CCO, Aer Lingus, Hitoshi Kawahara | VP International & Regulatory Affairs, All Nippon Airways, Co., Ltd., Scott Kirby | President, US Airways Group, Inc. and US Airways, Julie Kyse | VP of Transport, Expedia, Colm Lacy | Head of Commercial – Gatwick, British Airways, Catherine Mayer | VP Airport Services, SITA, Scott McCartney | Travel Editor, The Wall Street Journal, P. Douglas McKeen | SVP Labor Relations, United Airlines, Captain Lee Moak | President, Air Line Pilots Association, Bob Montgomery | VP Properties, Southwest Airlines, Randy Petersen | Founder, Frequent Flyer Services, Nathaniel Pieper | VP Fleet Strategy & Transactions, Delta Air Lines, Nicolas Rhoads | SVP Commercial Planning, Aeroméxico, Joe Sharkey | American Author and Columnist, The New York Times, Brett Snyder | President and Chief Airline Dork, Cranky Flier LLC, Steven H. Taylor | VP Regulatory, Labor & Employment Law, FedEx Express, Krishna Urs | Deputy Assistant Secretary for Transportation Affairs, U.S. Department of State, Matt Vincett | Vice President Loyalty, Avianca/TACA, Willie Walsh | CEO, International Airlines Group, Andrew Watterson | VP Planning and Revenue Management, Hawaiian Airlines
For more information about registration or the event, please contact: Jim.Peterson@phoenix.gov or by calling 1-602-273-8888.
Ron Harbour Speaks at 2012 Strategies in Car Body Engineering ConferenceMarch 21-22, 2012
Bad Nauheim/Frankfurt, Germany
Ron Harbour, Partner in Oliver Wyman's Automotive practice, will discuss new global trends in automotive production strategies at the Automotive Circle International's 2012 Strategies in Car Body Engineering conference. Key topics at this year's conference will include:
- New car body structures and concepts
- Radical change in modern lightweight engineering
- Flexibility and standardization in the production process
- Production-process optimization
Session Date & Time: Wednesday, March 21, 8:45 a.m.
Ron Harbour speaks at 2011 CAR Management Briefing SeminarsAug.01.2011 - Aug.04.2011
Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Acme, Michigan
Topic: World Class Manufacturing
Session Date & Time: Aug.1.2011 from 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Ron Harbour will be speaking on the World Class Manufacturing panel taking place on the first morning of the 2011 CAR Management Briefing Seminars. The seminar participants will provide insight into the breadth and depth of key systems that allow organizations to measure and achieve manufacturing excellence. Mr. Harbour will also touch on the integration of product and process engineering, global vehicle platforms with common engineering and manufacturing standards, strategic use of automation and labor, organizational effectiveness in launching complex products with six-sigma quality levels, and lean. He will be joined by several c-suite and other senior level executives from the automotive industry.
Michelin Challenge BibendumMay.18.2011 - May.22.2011
The Michelin Challenge Bibendum presents itself from 18th to 22nd May 2011 on the former ground of the Berlin Tempelhof airport. There decision makers from industry, science, and politics exchange ideas: Sustainability is the topic. The event was first held in France in 1998, in occasion of the 100-year-anniversary of the Michelin Man. Since then it has taken place in several different metropols all over the world.
When it comes to mobility Oliver Wyman is consciously committed to combine environmental friendliness, customer value as well as efficiency. As an acknowledged competence partner we are in continuous dialogue with the companies of the relevant industries. At this year’s Michelin Challenge Bibendum our automotive experts Matthias Bentenrieder and Sven Wandres will actively participate in the workshops Finding a positive business case in going electric and A vision of urban mobility.
Oliver Wyman / Financial Times Conference: "Value Growth after the Crisis - New Concepts and Ideas"Apr.06.2011
Growth is back on the agendas of businesses in Germany and around the world as they emerge from the shadow of the recent crisis. But this new imperative has been tempered by the realization that growth now has limits. What are the new rules for growth? What new directions should businesses take as they seek to innovate?
The FT / Oliver Wyman "Value Growth after the Crisis: New Concepts and Ideas" conference will bring together senior CEO-level executives from automotive, financial services, retail, IT, manufacturing, aerospace, mechanical plant engineering, media, telecommunications and transport industries, as well as the public sector agencies and government departments that work closely with these industries.
Chaired by Quentin Peel, Associate Editor and Chief Germany Correspondent of the Financial Times, this half-day conference will serve as a unique forum for senior-level executives to discuss how they see the new growth agenda for their firms and industries. The goal: A lively, constructive, and creative exchange that will include keynotes and discussion from a variety of perspectives in front of an exclusive, invitation-only audience to ensure effective discussion and networking opportunities.
Oliver Wyman / Financial Times CEO Conference: "Managing the Upside of the Crisis - Opportunities for Change"Jan.13.2011
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
As GCC countries seem to put the turmoil of the crisis behind them and move forward, they face unprecedented opportunities and risks. Natural and financial resources will continue to fuel growth, but the lessons of the last two years cannot be forgotten, nor can ongoing reform priorities, liked education, be overlooked.
This Financial Times / Oliver Wyman conference will bring together executives from financial services, energy, telecommunications, transportation and infrastructure industries, as well as the public sector agencies and government departments that work closely with these industries.
Chaired and moderated by Gideon Rachman, Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator of the Financial Times, this half-day event will feature in-depth interviews and interactive panel discussions. Ongoing joint research on business confidence in the Gulf by Oliver Wyman and Zogby International will provide essential context, and a format that encourages audience participation will ensure a lively interchange of ideas.
Oliver Wyman panel at Medientage München 2010Oct.13.2010
Topic: i-Pad, apps & Co. - Print publishers strike back
Organizer: Medientage München
Oliver Wyman Participants: Wolfgang Bauriedel, Partner; Denis Burger, Partner, Head of Media Group Central Europe
Participants: Arndt Groth, President BVDW; Donata Hopfen, MD BILD digital, Axel Springer; Daniel Puschmann, Executive VP Bauer Digital; Terry von Bibra, CEO Yahoo Germany; Patrick Wölke, MD Media Innovation Lab, Hubert Burda Media
Oliver Wyman / Financial Times: "Steering the Course, Seizing the Opportunity: Global Emerging Risk Series 2010"Mar.10.2010
New York, USA (March 10, 2010) London, England (March 18, 2010) Hong Kong, China (March 31, 2010)
Oliver Wyman Participants: Alex Wittenberg, Partner Corporate Risk (New York, London, Hong Kong); Adrian Slywotzky, Partner (New York)
Participants: New York (Kurt Karl, Chief US Economist, Swiss Re; Kurt Kuehn, CFO, UPS; Richard Muzikar, Director of Enterprise Risk Management, Con Edison; Henny Sender, Chief International Correspondent, Financial Times); London (Stephen Anderson, Chief Risk Officer, HSBC; Steve Lucas, Group Finance Director, National Grid; Gail Lumsden, Group Head of Strategy and Planning, SABMiller PLC; Lawrence Rosen, CFO Deutsche Post DHL); Hong Kong (Henny Sender, Chief International Correspondent, Financial Times; Ronnie Chan, Chairman, Hang Lung Properties; Lawrence Fok, Chief Marketing Officer, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Ltd.; William Meaney, Chief Executive Officer, The Zuellig Group; Jing Ulrich, Managing Director and Chairman of China Equities and Commodities, JP Morgan