"Die individuelle Freiheit im politischen Spannungsfeld zwischen Liberalismus, Utilitarismus und Moralismus.“

Wir freuen uns Mag. Andreas Peterlik, Partner bei Dulac Capital […]


Mag. Andreas Peterlik, Dulac Capital LTD Zürich

Wir freuen uns Mag. Andreas Peterlik, Partner bei Dulac Capital LTD in Zürich, begrüßen zu dürfen. Dulac Capital LTD

Thema seines Impulsreferates:

„Zum gegenwärtig vorherrschenden (zeitgeistigen / linken) Demokratie- und Staatsverständnis: Die individuelle Freiheit im politischen Spannungsfeld zwischen Liberalismus, Utilitarismus und Moralismus.“

Wir bitten um Anmeldung bis 14.1. unter registration@hayek-institut.at , damit unser traditionelles Frühstücksbuffet im Hayek- Saal (Grünangergasse 1/15-1, 1010 Wien) ausreichend bestückt ist, für das wir um einen kleinen Beitrag ersuchen.

Center Right Coalition Meeting:

 – Frühstücksbuffet ab 8:00
 – 8:30 Beginn des Vortrags
 – 9:30 Wortmeldungen
 – 10:00 Ende

Wir bitten Sie diesen Ablauf einzuhalten, um Terminkollisionen zu vermeiden.

Wer ist Mag. Andreas Peterlik?



VIENNA ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY                                         Vienna, Austria

Master in Business Administration

Majored in Banking; course work also included Insurance Business, Accounting, Economics, Law; Master Thesis: “The Need for Austrian Banks to Merge in the Light of Possible Austrian Entry into the EC”

 Attended elementary and high school in Hong Kong, Bangkok and Vienna

 Professional Experience

since 06/2008

DULAC CAPITAL LTD                                                        Zurich Switzerland

Partner; Chief Investment Officer, responsible for clients’ investment process, advisory and asset allocation as well as own discretionary managed products; also responsible for delivering comprehensive advice to clients in corporate finance situations

2003 – 2008

CREDIT SUISSE                                                                Zurich, Switzerland

Treasury: major focus on USGAAP compliant hedging and Fair Value Accounting for Treasury financial instruments, ensuring coverage of the relevant reporting, disclosure, and capital implications of these activities

major projects: presented possibilities for “locking in” accounting P&L stemming from fair valuing of bank liabilities; central management of accounting volatility from Treasury’s derivatives hedging instruments; prepared the framework to enable US GAAP compliant hedging of the bank’s Interest Rate and FX exposures; set up Guernsey Branch as issuing entity for structured investment products and ensured Guernsey’s capability to handle the relevant derivatives; helped establish a Luxembourg branch of CS to enhance the bank’s flexibility in managing its liquidity portfolio

2002 – 2003

CREDIT SUISSE                                                                Zurich, Switzerland

“Finance and Products” Division: Head of the Finance Department, responsible for financial controlling of the bank’s structured investment products and trading operations; tasks included overseeing the implementation of business analysis and reporting functions as well as providing input to the development of a wealth management strategy; responsibility for synergy reporting during the course of the integration of the Swiss trading platforms of CS and CSFB (project “Tosca”)


CREDIT SUISSE GROUP                                                   Zurich, Switzerland

Investor Relations Officer responsible for communicating with investors and financial analysts to ensure proper understanding by the investment community of the company’s business developments and strategy; responsibilities included organizing meetings of the CEO and/or CFO with financial analysts and investors as well as rating agencies; preparation of presentations for disclosure of financial results; planning and co-ordination of an annual investors conference; tracking of institutional shareholdings in the company; monitoring development of the company’s shares and those of peers as well as analysts’ earnings estimates and recommendations to ensure fair appreciation by the financial markets of the firm’s performance

1996 – 1998

CREDIT SUISSE FIRST BOSTON                               Prague, Czech Republic

Corporate finance coverage officer in the Investment Banking Division, marketing the firm‘s global corporate and investment banking products; Relationship Manager focusing on equity and debt capital markets, private equity and structured financings; gained exposure to a wide product spectrum, including high yield debt, convertibles, private equity, M&A, asset-backed financing; responsible for co-ordinating the origination, delivery and execution process

1993 – 1996

CREDIT SUISSE                                                                Zurich, Switzerland

Responsible for Central and Eastern European clients as a Relationship Manager; gained experience in structuring and executing financings for the firm‘s major clients in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia and Slovenia; involvement in developing the strategy of Credit Suisse Group in these markets; developed expertise in financial analysis as an Analyst for two years


KOMERCNI BANKA                                                    Prague, Czech Republic

Assisted the bank‘s emerging International and Investment Banking Departments by participating in discussions on voucher privatisation and developed methods of bond pricing and analysis; gained exposure to the structuring and negotiating of a major project financing for a Czech municipality


GIROCREDIT                                                                           Vienna, Austria

Gained insight into the management of the credit process for corporate clients as a summer intern in the Credit Department


 1986 – 1987          ORGANISATION FOR SECURITY AND                                    Vienna, Austria

                               CO-OPERATION IN EUROPE (OSCE)

Assisted delegates with their meetings and schedules; ensured an orderly flow of information to journalists

 Fluent in German and English, working knowledge of French, some verbal understanding of Czech; enjoy music, travel, playing Bridge


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