Public Lecture
Reflections on Motivation, Measuring Individual Performance and Compensation in the Investment Banking Industry and Implications in the Current Market

 Speaker

Bruce Rigal

Distinguished Executive in Residence, University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Managing Director and Former COO, Global Banking, Deutsche Bank

 Chairperson Professor Joseph Cherian
Practice Professor of Finance and Director of CAMRI
NUS Business School
 Date Monday, 6 February 2012 
 Time 4.00 pm - 5.30 pm (Registration starts at 3.30 pm)
 Venue Seminar Room 3-1 (map)
Level 3, Mochtar Riady Building
NUS Business School
15 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119245
 Admission Complimentary

 
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Abstract

Compensation, and bonuses in particular, are the largest cost in a global investment bank. There has been a great deal of criticism of the level of compensation in the industry, and some have pointed to compensation practices as one of the drivers of the Global Credit Crisis. How can banks motivate bankers to maximize profits, minimize risk, work as team players and achieve the firm's other goals? 

About the Speaker






Bruce Rigal spent 10 years as Managing Director and Global Chief Operating Officer of the Corporate Finance and Global Banking businesses at Deutsche Bank. He advised on many notable deals including the IPO's of Infonet in 1999 and Mobile Telesystems, Russia's leading mobile company, in 2000. Prior to Deutsche Bank, he worked in Equity Capital Markets at S.G. Warburg, and was a management consultant with Oliver, Wyman, and Company in New York. Mr Rigal is currently the Distinguished Executive in Residence at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business in London, England. He is also the co-chair of Booth School's EMEA Advisory Board, and is a member of the Advisory Board of Facing History and Ourselves in the UK. Mr Rigal has an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School Of Business and a bachelor of commerce from the University of Alberta.




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