Guy de Selliers de Moranville is a senior advisor to the Atlantic Council’s Future Europe Initiative. He also currently serves as the president and co-founder of HCF International Advisors, a leading corporate finance advisory firm focused on the mining and metals industry.
Previously, he was an adviser to the European Commission and co-chairman with the Russian deputy minister of energy of a joint European/Russian task force for the development of energy projects of strategic interest (2001-02). From 1998 to 2001, he served as a board member for Robert Fleming and Co Ltd and was executive chairman, Eastern Europe. From 1997 to 1998, he was chief executive of MC-BBL Eastern Holdings, an investment banking group with activities throughout Eastern and Central Europe. From 1990 to 1997, he was the first member of the transition team responsible for creating the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and subsequently vice chairman of the credit committee and member of the EBRD’s executive committee. Prior, he was senior vice president for international investment banking at Lehman Brothers (1982-90), and a project officer with the World Bank responsible for metals and mining projects (1977-82).
De Selliers currently serves on the boards of Solvay Group, Ageas Group, AG Insurance Belgium, Ivanhoe Mining, Pamplona, I Pulse, The Cranemere Group Ltd, Renewable Energy Foundation, and Drive Forward. He previously served on the boards of Norilsk Nickel, Wimm Bill Dann, and Fortis Group, among other privately owned companies, private equity, and hedge funds. He holds a master’s degree in engineering (with honors) and master’s degree in economics (with honors) from Louvain University in Belgium.