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Corporate treasurers: at the forefront of the pandemic challenge

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May 14, 2020 02:32 PM

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Damian Glendinning
Chairman of the Advisory Board @CompleXCountries
After 21 years with IBM, Mr Damian Glendinning joined Lenovo in 2005 as group treasurer, based in Singapore, following the acquisition of IBM’s personal computer business. He held that position until his retirement in 2018. Mr Glendinning is an FCCA and has a degree in French and Italian from Oxford University. He was president of the Association of Corporate Treasurers (Singapore) from 2010 to 2018 and is currently chairman of the advisory board of ComplexCountries, and principal of Treasury Matters.
Marco Nix
Chief Financial Officer @50Hertz Transmission GmbH
Marco Nix, born in 1974, has been responsible for 50Hertz´s Finance Department since July 2015.The business economist previously worked for 50Hertz as head of controlling. Additionally, he became chief corporate and financial officer of Elia Grid International from April 2014 until October 2015. Born in Berlin, he previously held senior positions in the financial sector of the Vattenfall Group. His professional career in the energy sector started in 2001 at the Berlin based energy company Bewag. 50Hertz is responsible for the management of the overall electrical system throughout the German Länder of Berlin, Brandenburg, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. As transmission system operator active in the Central European market, 50Hertz is responsible for the secure integration of renewable energies, the development of the European electricity market and for maintaining a high level of security of supply.
Tim de Knegt
Manager Strategic Finance and Treasurer @Port of Rotterdam
Tim is a well-rounded finance professional with a track record of defining & implementing effective strategies, engaging teams and delivering transformational change. Tim is currently responsible for a team of 15 Fte that run the strategic finance & treasury activities at the Port of Rotterdam Group, these include but are not limited to business control, governance and management of subsidiaries, investment & portfolio management, as well as the following treasury functions: payments & cash management, liquidity management, corporate finance, investor relations & financial risk management. As Board Member for the WereldhavenDagen he is responsible for Finance & HR.