Professor and research director
Université de Montesquieu Bordeaux IVWebsite:
ROUND TABLE 5: Funding the future: Emerging strategies in cooperative financing and capitalization
"I am participating in the International Summit of Cooperatives because..."
“Because the cooperative model is one that has proven its resiliency throughout the financial crisis, but it is also facing a number of challenges to improve its efficiency and secure its future.”
Eric Lamarque holds a doctorate degree in management science and is a consulting partner at SECOR's Paris office. He is also a university professor in Bordeaux, where he heads the financial institution management chair. His areas of interest include strategy, governance, organization, and performance in financial institutions.
Author and coordinator of a number of journal articles and other published works on bank management and cooperative banking strategy and governance, he provides consulting services to senior management of financial institutions in the areas of restructuring and development strategy. He is a member of the Institut Français des Administrateurs (IFA) and the Cercle de l'Entreprise et du Management. He is also an observer on the audit committee of the Caisse d'Epargne Aquitaine Poitou Charente and sits on the boards of various training organizations and foundations.
About The Université Montesquieu – Bordeaux IV
The Université Montesquieu – Bordeaux IV (Bordeaux 4) is one of the founding members of the Université de Bordeaux research and higher education centre. Created in 1995 when Bordeaux 1 was divided into two institutions, Bordeaux 4 is both the region's newest university and home to its historic Law faculty, whose origins date back to the 15th century.
Bordeaux 4 is a modern university whose teaching programs and institutes focus on law, political science, economics, management, and teacher training.
The university is organized into two faculties (law and political science – economics, management, and economic and social administration) and also has a business administration institute, two technological university institutes, and a teacher training institute for the Aquitaine region.
The university's research is conducted by 12 research centres, including two joint research units of the national centre for scientific research (CNRS), three doctoral schools, 323 professor/researchers, and eight CNRS researchers.
The university's Talence-Pessac-Gradignan campus is an ideal studying and living environment for students.
Bordeaux 4 is well known for attracting foreign students (15% of the total student population), many of them from Africa.
Spread out over 13 sites in the Aquitaine region (Bordeaux and surrounding regions and the departments of Dordogne, Landes, Lot-et-Garonne and Pyrénées Atlantiques), Bordeaux 4 has a strong presence in the Aquitaine region.
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