Working with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development - Swiss professionals meet with EBRD representatives

Information and Networking event for Swiss mid to senior level professionals
9 July 2018, London

Do you see yourself working with the EBRDEuropean Bank for Reconstruction and Development ? Explore your career opportunities at the Information and Networking event at the EBRD Headquarters in London. 


  • Meet and network with EBRD representatives
  • Get advice to make your profile stand out
  • Experience the atmosphere of the EBRD headquarters

For whom

Swiss nationals with...

  • at least 5 years of professional experience in areas relevant to EBRD
  • experience in an international context, preferably in developing countries
  • interest and strong motivation to work in an International Financial Institution organisation


18.00 - 18.30


18.30 - 18.45

Opening of the Event by

  • Alexandre Fasel, Ambassador of Switzerland to the United Kingdom and
  • Heinz Kaufmann, EBRD Board Director for Switzerland, Ukraine, Liechtenstein, Turkmenistan, Serbia, Montenegro, Moldova, Uzbekistan

Short welcome message by cinfo

18.40 - 19.45

Information Event with presentations by 

  • Hannah Meadley-Roberts, EBRD Managing Director, Human Resources and Organisational Development
  • Mattia Romani, EBRD Managing Director for Economics, Policy and Governance
  • Frederique Dahan, Head of Operations, Policy Dialogue and Grants, EBRD - Financial Institutions

followed by Q/As.


19.45 - 21.00

Networking over snacks and drinks with Swiss EBRD representatives and Members of the Swiss Embassy to the United Kingdom. 


Register now 

EXTENDED: Registration deadline 02 July 2018.

Please note that there is limited space available

More information

To ensure an informed and effective discussion during the event, please come prepared:

  • Learn more about the EBRD
London, EBRD HQ
free of charge
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Target audience

Mid- to senior Swiss professionals (at least 5 years' relevant work experience, ideally more)

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