TCC Leadership Series

How to not destroy corporate value in 2023

Webinar description:

Rising interest rates, recession fears, inflation risks, and continued supply chain disruptions could spell doom if corporates don’t stay nimble. How can leaders hedge risks? What are some proven strategies, and where can the right dose of innovation be applied to come out ahead?

TCC's first Leadership Series event in 2023 kicks of with our distinguished panelists:

Dr. Yossi Feinberg

Professor of Economics at Stanford Graduate School of Business

Yossi Feinberg is a Board Advisor to TCC. He received his PhD in mathematics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1997. His thesis studied how differing prior beliefs of decision makers can be expressed by their disagreement on current (posterior) events. After completing his dissertation under the supervision of Nobel Laureate Professor Robert J. Aumann, Yossi began teaching economics at Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Yossi joined Stanford GSB in 1998.
Yossi’s recent research interests include, for example, the analysis and implication of strategic decision making in the face of unawareness. He has modeled games with unawareness and their solutions. In these games each decision maker can reason about the extent to which others may only have a limited perception of the full scale of the economic interaction at hand. Yossi was an associate editor of the Journal of Economic Theory and is serving as a referee for all major microeconomics journals. He has given numerous invited seminars as well as multiple plenary talks at academic conferences.
He has been consulting in a wide range of industries including hi-tech, media and health care as well as giving invited talks on topics such as pricing, the sub-prime crisis, in-house vs. outsourcing, allocating decision power in organizations and strategic interactions.He is The Adams Distinguished Professor of Management and Professor of Economics and the faculty director of Stanford Ignite, a global innovation program running on the Stanford Campus.

Aris Kekedjian

Former CEO @Icahn Enterprises, former CIO @GE, Chairman and CEO of Trinity Biotech

Mr. Kekedjian has more than 30 years of global business leadership, expertise in strategic transformation and an extensive M&A track record. He was Senior Advisor to ECN Capital, and Independent Director of various public companies including Xerox Corporation, Finserv Acquisition Corp. and XPO Logistics, Inc. Aris is currently the CEO of Trinity Biotech which is working on digitizing and interconnected diagnostic ecosystem. 
In a three-decade career at General Electric (GE), Mr. Kekedjian provided crucial leadership to diverse industrial and financial businesses, most recently as Chief Investment Officer and Global Head of Business Development of GE. His experience ranges from operating roles scaling high growth entrepreneurial platforms to restructuring GE’s portfolio of leading global businesses through M&A, partnerships and public markets. While at GE, he was actively engaged in the strategy development, portfolio evolution and venture activities at GE Healthcare, a global leader in imaging diagnostics and life sciences.

Hosted by:

Sanjay Bonde

Chairman and CEO

Sanjay Bonde serves as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TCC. Sanjay is an expert in strategic finance, supply chain finance, international finance, M&A, and corporate development. During his career leading companies in senior-level business roles, he has helped companies develop innovative financial and corporate development strategies driving business growth globally. He has lived and worked in Europe, Asia, and the US and led several cross-functions in addition to Financial Strategies, including Product Development, Marketing, Solution Sales, Supply Chain, and Talent Management. 

Sanjay also serves as the Chairman of Monarch Tractors, Board Advisor to a Pritzker Family holding company, and has been CEO of Wintec, a technology-led, semiconductor and supply chain business. He is also the founder of an electric vehicle company, Genze, and Bonde Ventures. He actively supported the formative period of Mahindra Finance, a non-banking finance company with US$ 11 billion in assets and over 35,000 employees and was Vice President & General Manager at Bristlecone Inc, a Mountain View, California-based inventory and supply chain optimization company catering to global semiconductor and hi-tech industries. Called upon for his expertise in both finance and technology, Sanjay has provided strategic advice to varied technology companies in Silicon Valley. 

Sanjay currently resides in Menlo Park, California. He received executive leadership training at Harvard Business School and the London School of Economics after earning his MBA/MMS and BE in Electronics and Electrical Power Engineering from the University of Mumbai.

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