Georges Ugeux

Chairman & CEO, Galileo Global Advisors, LLC

Georges Ugeux is the chairman & CEO or Galileo Global Advisors, LLC. Fifteen years ago, Georges Ugeux founded Galileo Global Advisors LLC to offer CEOs, Boards of Directors and Governments independent advice on international business development, restructuring, compliance and mergers and acquisitions. Galileo’s main focus has been advisory services in Europe and Asia, with a particular focus on emerging markets such as India and China. He is Director of Avant Corporation, a Japanese business solution company. He was until 2018, a director of AXA Tian Ping Property & Casualty, a joint venture insurance company in Shanghai that was fully acquired by AXA. He is a member of the Investment Committee of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady in Africa. He is a Member of the financial committee of the Belgian American Educational Foundation. He sits on the International Advisory Boards of Guangzhou Municipal Board for International Investment, the Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, Oxford Analytica and APCO worldwide. He is a widely sought-for communicator. In 2011, he published “The betrayal of Finance: Twelve reforms to restore confidence” in French, English and Flemish. It is now updated and published by Oriental Publishing in Beijing, in Chinese. His book, “International Finance Regulation: The Quest for Financial Stability” was published in 2014 by John Wiley & Sons in its Finance Series. In December 2015, he wrote his first mystery novel in the world of Asian Finance: “The Flying Dragon” published by Archway Publications soon to be published by Edilivre, Paris in French and soon in Chinese. He regularly blogs in lemonde.fr in France and is a contributor to Huffington Post. His media intervention span over the French speaking TV, radio and written news in France, Belgium, Switzerland and Canada. Georges recently launched a comprehensive website under his name.

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