Head of Unit, Banks and Financial Conglomerates DG FISMA, European Commission
Didier Millerot started working for the European Commission in 1994 and joined DG MARKT in 1997 where he held several legal positions.
Didier was appointed Deputy-Head of the Asset Management Unit in 1997 where he took active part in the negotiation of the UCITS IV and AIFM Directives. After a year of secondment in the cabinet of Commissioner Barnier, Didier was appointed Head of the Accounting and Financial Reporting Unit in 2012 a period during which the Accounting Directive was simplified and new transparency requirements introduced (non-financial reporting).
Didier joined unit FISMA/D2 in 2015, a unit that is now in charge of the covered bonds files and the review of the prudential requirements for investment firms.
Global Head of Capital Markets & Thematic Research, Allianz Global Investors
Hans-Jörg Naumer (50) joined Allianz Global Investors in 2000 and is Global Head of Capital Markets & Thematic Research. The focus of his work is on analysis relating to strategic and tactical allocations, specific investment opportunities and the identification of long-term investment trends. Furthermore he is the “European Hub” of the US-based Allianz GI Center of Behavioral Finance.
Before joining Allianz Global Investors, he worked for Société Générale, where he became the head of Research Germany and was part of the French investment bank’s international research team.
His analyses were mainly directed at international institutional investors.
From his vantage point as an analyst and economist, he observed the establishment of the Economic and Monetary Union and thus ranked among the prime “ECB Watchers”.
He started his professional career in the corporate banking division of Deutsche Bank in 1994.
Mr Naumer has comprehensive experience in delivering speeches and presentations. His audience consists of high-net worth individuals, asset managers, investment advisors and institutional investors.
Mr Naumer studied economics at the University of Mannheim, one of the leading universities for economics and business studies in Germany. During his studies, he worked at the Chair for Macroeconomics.
The Capital Market Research is published in up to 8 languages and read all over the world.