Global Head of Membership Sales and Relationship Management and Head of International Client Sales
Annabel Bishop is Investec Bank Limited's Chief Economist in South Africa. She joined Investec in 2001 and has worked in the macroeconomic and econometric field for 20 years. Annabel is the holder of the Sake/Beeld Economist of the Year title for 2010 and has won numerous monthly Reuters Econometer awards for correctly forecasting a range of economic variables. She has authored a wide range of in-house and external articles, published both abroad and in South Africa.
Before joining Investec, Annabel was the Economic Analyst at Econometrix, providing key macroeconomic research and specific project work to a variety of clients across the economy, as well running the firm's econometric model. She holds a cum laude master's degree in economics and econometrics from the University of Pietermaritzburg in South Africa.
Chief Financial Officer
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SWAZILAND
EMEA Head of Sales
Adam is EMEA Head of Sales for CloudMargin, the first web-based collateral and margin management solution and winner of multiple awards for its innovation and best-in-class technology. A veteran of the clearing industry, Adam joined CloudMargin in November 2016, heading the firm's sales and business development initiatives in the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions.
Adam previously worked at several tier one financial institutions and a FTSE 100 Pension Scheme, including Tesco Pension Investment, CME Group, Insight Investment, Barclays Investment Bank and Lehman Brothers. In recent years, he has focused on regulatory change in the areas of clearing, collateral, reporting and risk mitigation, specifically covering EMIR, Dodd Frank, South Africa and MiFID II regulations.
Head of Fixed Interest
VUNANI FUND MANAGER
Executive Head, Group Market Risk Monitoring
Managing Director ,COO, Wealth, Investment Management and Insurance
BARCLAYS AFRICA GROUP
Former Chief Science and Security Officer (CSSO)
Head of Absolute Return
Principal – Portfolio Management
ABSA ALTERNATIVE ASSET MANAGEMENT
Group Head of Operational Risk
Chief Actuary and CRO
SWISS RE SOUTH AFRICA
Head of Portfolio Risk Management
Director, Risk Management
CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
Director; Chief Investment Officer
ELEMENT INVESTMENT MANAGERS
Head of Risk, Post Trade and Information Services
Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)
Terence is currently the Head of Risk in the Post Trade and Information Services Division at the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and is responsible for the risk management of all the markets that the JSE operates.
Over the span of his career, Terence has held a number of risk management positions within financial services including the banking, insurance, consulting and financial market infrastructure sectors.
He has vast knowledge and insights on a range of asset classes having held responsibilities for risk management of equity, interest rate, precious and base metal, agricultural and foreign exchange products. In his various roles he has focused on market, liquidity, credit and counterparty-credit risks and economic and regulatory capital calculation and allocation.
Terence holds an B.Comm.Hons (Institutional Investments) qualification from the University of Stellenbosch which he obtained in 2000.
FUTURE GROWTH ASSET MANAGERS
Andrew is an Executive Director of Futuregrowth Asset Management and the Chief Investment Officer. He provides a strategic perspective to the investment team, oversees the investment processes, sets manager mandates, monitors compliance, and reviews fund exposures and performance.
Andrew has been with Futuregrowth since 1998. He has lead Futuregrowth to be a leading Fixed Interest Manager, Responsible investor, and Developmental investor (with a range of developmental portfolios) in South Africa. Andrew came to South Africa in 1990 from the U.S.A., and during his career in South Africa he has assisted in co-founding RMB Asset Management, was a fixed interest dealer, portfolio manager, head of fixed interest, and later CIO. He has been a Director of several infrastructure and development companies with mandates ranging from toll roads, to low income housing finance and municipal finance. Andrew has been a CFA Charterholder since 1989 and was a founding Director of CFA South Africa in 1990. He is a founding member of ASISA's Standing Committee on Capital and Money Markets. Andrew undertakes public speaking and lecturing engagements, frequently on the subjects of fixed interest management, ethics in financial services, and developmental investing. He lists scripophily and travel amongst his hobbies, and he is a regular cyclist.