There is a saying that there are no mistakes in life, only lessons. In reality the most instructive lessons are from the mistakes we made. These lessons create opportunities for us to focus our attention to learn and improve ourselves.

Mr Nikhil Srinivasan built his illustrious career in various leading financial institutions, including holding the position of Group Chief Investment Officer at two of Europe’s biggest insurers. He has been based in Asia and Europe for much of his career. Come join us at the Leadership Dialogue Series talk and hear him share his thoughts on his journey and what lessons he have learnt from it.

Joining us to moderate the Q&A session for this talk will be Professor Sarah Cheah, Department of Management & Organisation, NUS Business School.

When & Where
  Tuesday, 17 October
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Hon Sui Sen Memorial Library Auditorium
1 Hon Sui Sen Drive, 117588

Dress code: Office attire
About the Speaker

Nikhil Srinivasan is currently based in London as partner at Highbridge Principal Strategies (HPS), the $42 billion private investment firm. He is also a Visiting Fellow at Oxford University Centre of Corporate Reputation.

He was the Group Chief Investment Officer of Generali, a Fortune 50 corporation. In this role, he was responsible for managing 450 billion euros across all asset classes. He was also Chairman of Generali Real Estate, with real estate holdings of approximately 26 billion euros worldwide. Prior to Generali, he was at Allianz for 10 years in Singapore and Munich where, in his last role, he was Group Chief Investment Officer and a member of Allianz's International Executive Committee, responsible for the investment strategy of the firm's 500 billion euros in assets. In 2016, he joined the board of Partner Re (Exor Group).

Mr Srinivasan also attended Cambridge University and Harvard’s Kennedy School.

Enquires: (Ms) Cadence Wong, Strategic Relations | cadence_wong@nus.edu.sg| 6601 2082

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