Mr. Gibson-Moore has had a career in corporate finance, investment banking and asset management. From 2010 to 2014 he was Chief Representative of LGT Bank covering the GCC countries.
David Gibson-Moore: Finance Expert
Mr. Gibson-Moore has had a career in corporate finance, investment banking and asset management. From 2010 to 2014 he was Chief Representative of LGT Bank covering the GCC countries. Before joining LGT Group, he was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Middle East for the Robeco Group office based in Bahrain with responsibility for their institutional asset management business in the ME region. Mr. Gibson-Moore was a Member of the Middle East Advisory Board of the Robeco Group from 2008 – 2010.
He was previously 15 years with Chase Manhattan Bank (now JP Morgan Chase) where he was Chairman of the Boards of Chase Manhattan Bank in Switzerland, Luxembourg and Jersey and Swiss country manger. In addition, he was Head of Private Banking and Institutional Asset Management in Europe, Middle East and Africa for 8 years, based in Geneva, and was also responsible for business development for Global Investment Banking based in New York.
Following his time at Chase Manhattan, he was a founding partner with responsibility for investment banking at The International Investor (TII), a Kuwaiti-based Islamic investment bank. Following the successful flotation of TII he then completed a 4-year assignment in Riyadh where he was responsible for instigating and then running the investment banking, investment management and share trading divisions of Al Rajhi Bank.
Mr. Gibson-Moore was a Member of the Advisory Board of Heritage Bank, Geneva until 2011. He was Founder of the Bahrain Oxford and Cambridge Society. He was Deputy Chairman of the Standardisation Commission of the European Society of Investment Analysts for 10 years.
Mr. Gibson-Moore has both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Natural Science from Oxford University and MSc (cum laude) in Financial Economics and a Diploma in Econometrics from London University. He is a Chartered Accountant, having qualified at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, a frequent speaker on finance and investment issues and has published numerous articles on banking and investment.
Mr. Gibson moderated and hosted the whole of the recent Saudi Investment Forum SIF event in Dubai organised by Terrapinn which took place the first week of May 2018. This involved introducing all the speakers, moderating the panels and “fire-side” chats, overall supervision of the round-tables and feeding questions to speakers and audience as and when necessary. Mr. Gibson also did the same for half of the earlier two day Middle East Investment Summit. There were nearly 200 people present as well as Bloomberg, CNBC etc. etc.
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