Tuesday 20 April, 13:00-15:00 Central European Summer Time
The economic outlook in Europe and impact on health spending
Wiebe Draijer, Chairman of the Managing Board, Rabobank and Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Dutch Cancer Society
Wiebe Draijer took over as Chairman of the Rabobank Managing Board on 1 October 2014. He studied mechanical engineering in Delft and in 1992 received an MBA from the Insead Business School. From 1990 to 2003, he was employed as a consultant at the McKinsey consultancy firm. In 2004, he was appointed the company's managing partner for The Netherlands and in 2006 for the Benelux countries. He served as President of the Social and Economic Council of The Netherlands from 2012 to 2014.
Cancer Research UK: Keeping ambitions amid unprecendented cuts
Nick Grant, Executive Director, Strategy & Transformation, Cancer Research UK and UICC Board Member
Nick Grant joined Cancer Research UK in 2010. He previously spent 10 years as a management consultant at The Boston Consulting Group, Braxton Associates and Deloitte where he supported clients in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors on strategy, organisation and change projects. He has a Masters in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Cambridge and an MBA with Distinction from INSEAD business school.
Times of crisis, times for new thinking and bold ideas?
Moderated by: Jacqui Thornton, health journalist, facilitator and feature writer for the Lancet, the British Medical Journal and other international publications, specialising in global health and the UK NHS
Andrea Feigl, Founder and CEO, Health Finance Institute - Andrea's work spans from the economics and policies of tackling the burden of chronic diseases, to universal health coverage's financing and governance
Lucca Cirolia, Senior Program Manager, Cancer Initiative, Project ECHO - Lucca's work focuses on community collaboration and knowledge sharing to address cancer care disparities worldwide through the use of the ECHO modelTM
Sianne Haldane, Chief Impact Officer, Maanch - Sianne's work brings together philanthropists, advisers and not for profits to fund transformative, strategic philanthropy towards achieving the UN SDGs
Held in partnership with the Dutch Cancer Society