CIO50

CIO 50 2009: Pascal Emile

CIO 50

Organization : Global CIO

Pascal Emile has been global CIO for investment bank Dresdner Kleinwort since April 2007.

In this role he has promoted global platforms and processes and internal data exchange as part of an executive agenda based on the two themes: accelerating change and focusing on growth.

He started his career at Banque Internationale de Placement (BIP) as a fixed income quantitative developer in Paris. When BIP was acquired by Dresdner Bank, he joined the business management group to work on a complete re-engineering of the bank's infrastructure in order to implement a new strategy. He later became responsible for equity derivatives technology.

Emile then relocated to London in January 2000 working with Dresdner's investment banking division and took on a number of senior positions within IT, including global responsibilities for equity derivatives, risk management, cross-asset products management and credit derivatives.

He was also instrumental in rationalising the bank's market risk infrastructure, as well as promoting a common technology platform supporting derivatives' products trading activities.

Emile has a degree in computer science engineering from the Université de Technologie de Compiègne in France.

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