Ivy Circle Dinner with Jorma Ollila
November 12, 2008: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Ivy Circle: The Board of the Harvard Business School Club of The Netherlands would like to invite you to a dinner-meeting with Jorma Ollila, Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell.
Restaurant de Kas
Kamerlingh Onneslaan 3
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Please transfer fee to Harvard Business School Club of the Netherlands, Account number: Mees Pierson (Fortis): 188.8.131.526, Account address: Vondelstraat 49C, 1054 GJ Amsterdam.
Please note that due to a restricted number of seats, that the first come, first serve rule applies.
Hinne Temminck, '04,
Jorma Ollila will speak to us on a subject that is on his mind and very interesting for us all. There is a lot going on in the world of oil and gas! What to think of the geo-political issues, growth issues of Shell, environmental issues, the price of oil, now and long-term. What is the position of Shell compared to independent oil companies and oil service companies? In short, it will be exciting to be exposed to Jorma’s vision and have a dynamic discussion.
Jorma Ollila (Speaker)
Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell
As a Finnish national, Jorma Ollila was appointed Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell in June 2006. In 1985, he was made Vice-President of International Operations of Nokia; in 1986 Vice-President Finance of Nokia; between 1990 and 1992 he served as President of Nokia Mobile Phones; from 1992 to 1999 he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Nokia; and from 1999 to June 2006 he was Chief Executive Officer of Nokia. Prior to joining Nokia, he began his career in banking at Citibank in London and Helsinki. Currently he is Chairman of the Board of Nokia and a Non-executive Director of Ford Motor Company. Jorma was born August 15, 1950.