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Doré Mory

Tuesday January 18,2011,

Mory Doré is currently Head of Financial Risks Department, Caisse d’épargne LDA, BPCE Group

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Diploma of Statistician Economist, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique, June 1988
Advanced skills in econometrics, macroeconomics and financial Actuarial

PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

Financial market professional active for over 20 years in various functions within two major banking groups

Banque NSM, ABN AMRO Group (1988-1998)
-  Market economist
-  Interest Rate Derivatives Trader

Caisse d’Epargne LDA, Groupe CAISSE D’EPARGNE (since 1998)
- Treasury Manager (1998-2005)
- Head of Financial Management: Cash, ALM, network product pricing, financial engineering (2005-2009)
- Head of Financial Risks Department (ALM, balance sheet risks, counterparty risks, driving capital allocation) (since 2009)

CROSS PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS

-  Key advisor on financial and risk management for various financial institutions and bodies: Auditors, Banque de France and Banking Commission, Audit committees and Work councils

-  Driving training sessions and lectures on macroeconomics and finance for various profiles: headquarter and network employees, customers...

-  Active participation in CNCE-BPCE working groups, as part of the stimulation of the Group’s financial management (2005-2008) and also as part of the development of a single global risk framework for Caisse d’épargne and Banque populaire (2008-2010)

OTHER ACTIVITIES

-  Master Banque-Finance IAE of Grenoble (Valence’s site) : Teaching control of banking risks, financial risk coverage, Quantitative Methods
-  Ecole des Mines de Saint Etienne : teaching ALM et banking mangement
-  Seminars on managing the balance sheet at SFAF (French Financial Analyst Association)

PUBLICATIONS

-  Analyst and regular columnist of Next Finance amongst others
-  Animation of a personal blog

Blog’s description: sharing analysis and comments on the following fields
1/ Monetary policy: central banks monetary policies and marcoeconomic situation
2/ Asset allocation on financial markets : role of fundamentals, investor behavior, regulatory and prudential changes.....
3/ Understanding the source of financial crisis and the mechanisms behind.
4/ Constraints and objectives of financial management in a bank.

Hoping to make people understand that the world and its paradigm have definitely changed and it is time to reaffirm the historic opportunity we have to redefine the true Finance
- the one that shall finance the economy at the best cost ;
- the one that can ensure that savings surpluses are reused in the most productive way;
- the one that enable economic agents to cover their financial risks (interest rate, credit, forex, stocks ...) under the best liquidity conditions

Linked articles

October 2011

Strategy Bond market: Investment opportunities on yield curves

Anticipations on future monetary policy and risk aversion linked to systemic threats create investment opportunities on the yield curves of US and Euro bonds. However, those opportunities cannot be seized before two fundamental questions have been (...)

November 2011

Note Financial crisis indicators and safe haven assets

How to measure the intensity of the current financial and economic crisis? Regular monitoring of a number of economic and financial indicators helps answering this question and better understanding the materialization of panic behavior and portfolio reallocations in the (...)

March 2012

Opinion The Euro will survive, but not the current Euro zone !

If the existence of the euro is not challenged, it is the case of the euro zone in its current configuration. In the same way that cohabitation between countries with maintaining parity exchange had become impossible in the EMS, cohabitation has become impossible within (...)

July 2011

Note Financial markets and self-fulfilling prophecies

This phenomenon is equivalent to the change from a brutal economic and financial equilibrium to another, not because the fundamentals of the macroeconomic environment would justify it, but because there was a change for good or bad reasons of market (...)

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