The EMC is competent for the management of the association. Its task is in particular to carry out the decisions of the association and to administer its assets. The EMC consists of the Chairman, the Deputy Chairman and other members. The present composition of the EMC is the following:
Jesús López Zaballos (IEAF, Spain)
Dr. Jesus Zaballos took on his first professional role as a broker in the Spanish Money Market in 1984. He has worked as an expert in the Capital Market Industry, for several important private and public financial institutions, where he held a variety of responsibilities in different fields. He was Head of Domestic Treasury of the Banco de Crédito Industrial in 1991 and he was Head of Training of the Treasury and Capital Markets areas of Argentaria (1995-1998).
In 1999, having obtained the PHD in Finance, Dr. Zaballos left his job as a Bank Executive Manager to create "Formación y Finanzas, SL", a Business Consulting and Financial Advisory firm specialised in advisor and training activities for the Financial Industry. At present he is the chairman of the company.
In 2002, he joined the Instituto Espanol de Analistas Financieros (IEAF) as General Manager of its Training School and continues there at present. Since 2006 he is also the Managing Director for International Affairs of the IEAF. He is the Director of the professional certification programs in Spain: CIIA, CEFA, Back Office Manager, European Financial Advisor and Asset Manager and Treasury Manager given by IEAF.
Since 2013 he is founding partner of Aureo Wealth Advice EAFI, S.L, a wealth manager company registered in the Spanish regulator. In 2014 he has been appointed member of the Advisory Board of Docout, a specialized company in the outsourcing services, in business processes, records management and consulting, with high technological tools.
Dr. Zaballos is the EFFAS Chairman as well as Board member of ACIIA, ILPIP, EFFAS, GIPS and IATEC Spain. He was a member of the Financial Markets Commission of the Economist Association of Madrid between 2004 and 2008 and Chairman of the Training and Qualification Committee of EFFAS from 2005 to 2008.
Phd in Management & Business Administration at San Pablo CEU University, Madrid (1999), summa cum laude, and Degree in Economics & Business Administration at Complutense Universtity, Madrid (1985). He also has a Diploma in General Management (PDG) from IESE (1997). Since 1990 he is a usual Lecturer and Visiting Professor in Seminars and specialized courses in several Universities and Business Schools.
Friedrich Mostböck (ÖVFA, Austria)
Fritz Mostboeck has a master's degree in Business Administration from the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and has successfully completed the OVFA/EFFAS course of financial analysis, which earned him the degree of CEFA, i.e. Certified European Financial Analyst. Since 1996, Mr. Mostboeck has been Head of Group Research and Chief Analyst of Erste Group Bank AG. Here, he is in charge of macroeconomic, fixed income and equity research in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Turkey and Austria. In addition, his division is responsible for the definition of the global investment strategy, which basically provides input for the asset allocation of Erste Group. Mr. Mostboeck has years of experience in interacting with global institutional investors, especially those with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe.
He has been a member of the OVFA board (Austrian Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management, www.oevfa.at) and has been president of OVFA since 2003, having been re-elected in 2012. Since 2006, Mr. Mostboeck has been a member of the board of EFFAS (The European Federation of Financial Analysts Societies, www.effas.com), the umbrella organization of all analyst associations in Europe. In 2012, he was elected the deputy chairman of EFFAS. He is also the co-chairman of the EFFAS Commission of ESG (environmental, social, and governance issues) and is a member of the Austrian Working Committee for Corporate Governance and of the Austrian Financial Reporting and Auditing Committee.
Hans Buysse (ABAF-BVFA, Belgium)
Mr Hans Buysse is a Chairman of Syncap Belgium, the Belgian Partner Firm of Clairfield International, a worldwide corporate finance firm that provides advisory services, mainly in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, to both international corporations and family-owned enterprises across an array of industries. He has more than 20 years banking and corporate finance experience and this includes buy side and sell side assignments, as well as MBO and IBO, within the energy & utilities sector, telecom, real estate and infrastructure as well as having extensive experience in structured finance, financial restructuring, strategic advisory, valuations and PPP.
Hans started his career at KU Leuven, then moved to Generale Bank in 1992 (Corporate Banking, Group Treasury (financial markets) and Central Credit Department). He co-founded the Corporate Finance division at Deloitte & Touche Belgium in 1997, worked as a partner for KPMG Corporate Finance up to 2007 and at NIBC Bank Belgium where he was head of Advisory.
Mr Buysse is the Chairman of the Belgian Association of Financial Analysts an EFFAS Executive Management Committee member and Treasurer and XBRL Europe Executive Committee member. He is also a member of the ESMA Corporate Reporting Standing Committee’s Consultative Working Group.
Hans holds a master’s degree in Applied economics, specialized in finance, a master’s degree in Management and a degree in Tax and is a Certified European Financial Analyst (FSA accredited).
Hubert de Charsonville (SFAF, France)
Hubert has joined the French Society of Financial Analysts (SFAF) in June 2013 as Secretary General. He is in charge of the management of the association which includes a training center, a departement organizing financial meetings of listed companies and a think tank (including the journal "Financial Analysis") contributing to improvement of regulation and rules of financial markets.
From 2005 to 2013, he has been CFO and member of the executive board of a financial group. During the previous 12 years, Hubert has been head of financial engineering teams for some banks (Banque CGM, Banque CPR) and a broker (Oddo & Cie). He was active on debt restructuring for institutional and corporate clients, on advisory for interest rate risk management, on funding and structuring of complex financial operations. He began his career as market maker on the French debt for a primary dealing bank.
Hubert holds an executive master's degree in finance from HEC School of Management and a master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Hartford (CT, USA). He is also part time teacher at HEC School of Management Paris and did several internship with the elite units of National Gendarmerie.
Pietro Gasparri (AIAF, Italy)
Manager at European Securities Network (ESN) LLP ESN is a multi-local partnership of banks and brokerage firms which creates common standards of cooperation in equity research and sales. ESN Members share a common goal, that is providing the best independent local research and sales service on companies listed in their respective markets, while maintaining independence and distinct responsibilities. Founded in 1998, ESN is an equally owned company since 2002 and today counts on 9 members in the main European Countries.
Previously he worked for Banca Akros S.p.A. from 1999 to 2006 as Senior Financial Analyst in the Equity Research Department. He was specialized in Financial Holding companies and Industrial Conglomerates with a special focus on Automotive and Aerospace & Defense sectors.Graduated “cum laude” in Economics and Business Administration, Mr. Gasparri is also charter holder of the CEFA and CIIA designations.
Since 2011 he is member of the Board of AIAF (Italian Association of Financial Analysts)
Frank Klein (DVFA, Germany)
Frank Klein is working for Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, which he re-joined in 2007. Having held a position within Deutsche Asset Management as Global Head of Product Management, he is currently working in institutional distribution (Global Client Group) for German corporate clients.
Prior to this, he spent eleven years (1996-2007) at Sal. Oppenheim Kapitalanlagegesellschaft KAG, where he served in a number of positions: German and European equity portfolio management for domestic and foreign institutional clients, Head of mid and small cap team, Oppenheim Research: Head of equity buyside research. Before joining Sal. Oppenheim, Frank Klein worked for Deutsche Bank AG (1984-1996) in a broad range of positions, mainly in the Asset Management area.
Since 2008 he has been a board member of the German national member society DVFA and since 2011 he has been EFFAS EMC member. Besides that, he has been a speaker at a number of national and international conferences.