Big city lights
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View from the colonnade of Saint Isaac's Cathedral
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Saint-Petersburg in the evening. Palace Square
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Peterhof Palace. Fountains
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Sunset in Saint-Petersburg
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PRESENTATIONS SPEAKERS PROGRAMME

Speakers

Bodart Paul

Paul Bodart has been appointed as a non-central-bank member of the T2S Board in July 2012 and has retired from The Bank of New York Mellon on September 30, 2012.

He was appointed independent Board member of Dexia SA/NV on January 1st 2013

Paul Bodart had joined The Bank of New York on January 1, 1996 as a Senior Vice President to become the General Manager of the Brussels Branch of the Bank. He was responsible for all Global Custody operations. He was promoted Executive Vice President on January 1, 2003. In March 2009, Paul’s responsibilities were extended to Head of EMEA Operations in the Asset Servicing sector with The Bank of New York Mellon. As such, Paul was a member of the European Executive team. Paul was also the CEO and executive director of BNY Mellon SA/NV, which is a fully owned banking subsidiary of BNY Mellon responsible for securities services. Paul responsibilities included an active participation in European public affairs.

Prior to joining The Bank of New York, Mr. Bodart was a Vice President at Morgan Guaranty Trust Company. Mr. Bodart joined Morgan in 1987 at the Euroclear Operations Centre in Brussels where he held a variety of positions. He then moved to New York where he was responsible for the US Custody and Corporate Trust Operations of Morgan. He returned to Brussels in early 1995 and was the Global Technology and Operations Manager and served as a member of the Brussels Management Committee.

Prior to joining Morgan, Mr Bodart spent 10 years at Banque Européenne pour l’Amérique latine (BEAL), a subsidiary of Generale Bank and ABN/AMRO Bank, most of the time living in South America. He held a variety of positions within this Bank.

Mr. Bodart received a Master degree in Engineering from the University of Louvain, Belgium in 1976 and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) in 1987 from INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France.

Mr. Bodart is married and the father of five children.

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