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Robert E. Fallon
Former Member of Asia Pacific Advisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 0 board members in 1 different organizations across 2 different industries.|
Prof. Robert E. Fallon serves as Moderator, Professor of Finance and Economics at Columbia Business School. Prof. Fallon returned to Columbia in 2008 after completing a successful turnaround of Korea Exchange Bank, a publicly listed $80 billion institution that is Korea’s leading international bank. He served as the President of Korea Exchange Bank since January 2004, and also served as its Chief Executive Officer until January 2005. He successfully led a wholesale reorganization ...
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