Pablo Sanchez Gonzalez

Structure Investment Fund

European Investment Fund

Pablo Sánchez is an investment manager of the European Investment Fund responsible for the securitization and structured finance activity in Iberia, among other geographies.
Prior to joining the European Investment Fund, Pablo worked for Banco Santander taking different responsibilities in the area of structured credit solutions for institutional clients. Pablo has worked on innovative financing and risk transfer operations throughout Europe.
Prior to his time at Santander, Pablo worked at Banco Español de Crédito assuming different responsibilities in the areas of structured financing for institutional clients, ACPM and issuance vehicles, always in the area of Treasury and Capital Markets. 
Pablo has also been a lecturer of finance in several specialised schools in Spain (AFI, IEB, etc.).
Pablo is a Telecommunications Engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid and has a Master's degree from King's College London.

Marco Angheben

Head of Business Development & Regulatory Affairs

European DataWarehouse

Marco joined European DataWarehouse GmbH (ED) as Head of Business Development & Regulatory Affairs in January 2013. ED was created by a diverse set of shareholders in June 2012 as a result of the European Central Bank ABS Loan-level Data Initiative. ED vision is to create a central point where institutions, associations and agencies lodge their data and documentation in an open, transparent and trusted environment. ED operates as a utility providing a range of services including data remediation for ABS, ACC, covered bonds and other private transactions. Previously, Marco coordinated with a team of advisors the implementation of the ECB ABS Loan-Level Initiative at LCM Partners and worked as a Director at the European Securitisation Forum in London.
He holds a degree in Economics at Ca' Foscari University in Venice. 

Suman Datta

Head Portfolio Quantitative Research CB Markets


Pablo Sinausía

Policy Expert, Banking Markets

European Banking Authority (EBA)

Pablo Sinausía joined the Bank of Spain after finishing his degree on Business Administration. He worked in various departments until 1996, year in which he started working for the private sector as CEO and manager of several companies. He re-joined the Bank of Spain in 2010 as Senior Economist in the Regulation Department, being the Bank of Spain's representative at the Basel Committee (Ratings and Securitisation Workstream), the EBA (Networks on ECAIs and Equivalence, and Subgroup of Securitisation and Covered Bonds), the European Council (Working Party on Financial Services Securitisation) and the SSM (Subgroup on Significant Risk Transfer). Currently, he is on a secondment to the EBA as Policy Expert collaborating in the development of the technical standards and guidelines that implement the Securitisation Regulation and the CRR amendment.

Owen Lysak


Clifford Chance LLP

Owen is a partner in financial regulatory group at Clifford Chance, specialising in financial services regulation, funds regulation, establishment and marketing, and advising on mergers and acquisitions in the financial sector. He also advises on regulatory capital, securities regulation, market abuse regulation and issues associated with regulatory change, such as Brexit. During his time with the firm, Owen has been seconded to Goldman Sachs, Citibank and the UK Financial Services Authority (FSA). Owen was named in Private Equity International's Private Funds Management "30 Under 40 Lawyers" list for 2015 and 2017. Owen was also named a 'rising star for the next generation of City private equity talent' in Legal Week November 2018. Owen also leads the firm’s pro bono relationship with the Institute for Teachers.

Andrew Bryan

Knowledge Director

Clifford Chance LLP

Andrew is a senior lawyer and Knowledge Director in the Structured Debt Group at Clifford Chance.  He has practiced as a capital markets lawyer for several years and now focuses on regulatory and industry matters, working extensively with a range of industry associations, including AFME, ICMA, CREFC Europe, AIMA, the GFMA and the Financial Markets Law Committee.  He has played a leading role in the industry response to the proposed Securitisation Regulation at every stage of its development. His expertise is widely recognised and regularly sought out by a range of market participants, industry associations, regulators and policy makers at the national, European and international levels.  During his time with the firm, Andrew has been seconded to Morgan Stanley.  He is a finalist in the Knowledge/PSL category of the LexisNexis Legal Awards 2019.