Antonio Hautle (Switzerland)
Antonio Hautle is the Senior Programme Leader and Network Representative at UN Global Compact Network Switzerland since 2015. Prior to this position, he was the director of Fastenopfer from 2001 until 2013 and the director of the Social Department of the State of Lucerne from 2013 until 2015. Mr Hautle has a background in Philosophy, Business Ethics and Catholic Theology and holds a Master in Business Administration from the University of Geneva.
Sabine Döbeli is the CEO of Swiss Sustainable Finance, an association that was founded in 2014 with the objective of promoting sustainability in Swiss finance. Previously, she was Head of Corporate Sustainability Management at Vontobel. At Zürcher Kantonalbank she built up the sustainability research unit within the financial analysis department and was involved in the launch of various sustainable investment products. Sabine holds a Masters in Environmental Sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich and a post-graduate degree in business administration from the University of Basel.
Marc Chesney has a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Geneva with accreditation by the Sorbonne. He is a professor of Finance at the University of Zurich, and Head of its Banking and Finance Institute. He was formerly a professor and associate dean at HEC Paris. He is the author of "De la Grande Guerre à la crise permanente" ("From the Great War to a permanent crisis"), published by Presses polytechniques universitaires Romandes in 2015. His research subjects are the financial crisis, systemic risk and derivative products.
Kate Gilmore (Australia)
United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights (Panelist at the official opening of the Caux Forum 2017)
Ambassador Heidi Grau (Switzerland)
Head of Human Security Division of the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) (Panelist at the official opening of the Caux Forum 2017)
Hiroshi Ishida began his career at the Bond Dealing Section and worked there for 4 years. He moved onto work at Takamatsu Branch for the following 3 years. In 1997, he was appointed and worked as a member of the Mizuho Integration Project Team at Information Technology Planning Department, Y2K and System Risk Management. After resigning from IBJ in 2000, Ishida volunteered for Caux Round Table Japan (CRT Japan), bringing a wealth of experience. Today, he is the Executive Director of the Caux CRT Japan.
Hiroshi Ishida is also Visiting Professor at Kyushu University Business School and fellow at Center for Inclusive Business and CSR Tokyo International University.
Non-Executive Director at Telenor Group