Professor André Thibeault joins the International Advisory Board of The Asian Banker Risk Management Working Group

Professor André Thibeault, Vlerick Professor of Banking & Financial Markets, has accepted The Asian Banker’s invitation to join the distinguished fellowship of the International Advisory Board of The Asian Banker Risk Management Working Group.

Established since 1996, The Asian Banker ( is a leading provider of strategic business intelligence for the financial services industry.

The Asian Banker Risk Management Working Group serves as a platform for leading practitioners in the field of risk management to address strategic questions and key business issues in managing risk. The working group offers incisive up-to-date research, opinion notes, articles and comments from the banking community and leading corporations on a frequent basis to help track latest trends and best practices and to identify leaders within the industry.

An independent body, comprising five to seven leading international practitioners from financial institutions and multinational companies, the International Advisory Board aims to further the industry’s knowledge and help the industry grow its unique capabilities.

Professor Thibeault commented: “Following my many years of involvement with the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), the strategic venture of Vlerick Business School with the University of Peking, and my presence in Executive Education for banks in Asia, this appointment will help the Vlerick Centre for Financial Services increase its international presence.”

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