Caroline Silver

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Caroline Silver
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Occupation Advisory Partner
Employer Moelis & Company
Location London
Website https://www.moelis.com


Caroline Silver is an advisory partner with Moelis and Company, a global investment firm that provides financial advisory services to corporations, governments and financial sponsors. [1]

Since 2020, she has served as a director on the board of the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) and as chair of the board of directors of ICE Clear Europe, a subsidiary of ICE.[2]

In 2023, she was inducted into the Futures Industry Association's Futures Hall of Fame, which was established in 2005 to commemorate outstanding contributions to the global futures and options community. [3]

For the past 15 years, Silver has been included in the FN100, an annual list published by Financial News that highlights the top 100 influential women in finance across Europe. Caroline serves as an independent non-executive director on the Boards of Tesco plc and BUPA. She also serves as chair of the Board of Directors at PZ Cussons PLC, is an International Advisory Board member at Adobe, Inc and is a member of the Foundation of the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Background[edit]

Silver has more than 30 years of experience in international investment banking and risk management, specializing in mergers and acquisitions, with a focus on market infrastructure.

She started her career in 1984 as a Chartered Accountant at Price Waterhouse and joined Morgan Grenfell in 1987, moving to Morgan Stanley in 1994.[4]

Silver advised Euronext in its 2004 attempts to buy the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and was the main banker in the team behind Aviva's ultimately unsuccessful £17 billion attempt to buy rival insurer, Prudential in 2006, while she was influential in defending German pharmaceuticals giant Schering against a hostile bid, lining up Bayer as a friendly purchaser. She advised on other high profile deals, including the £12 billion rights issue mounted by Sir Fred Goodwin's Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).

In May of 2008, she left her job as vice chair of Investment Banking at Morgan Stanley to join Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. as regional vice chair of Investment Banking.[5]

In 2009, she joined Moelis and Company, where she served as a managing director and partner until 2020 when she assumed her current role of advisory partner.

Education[edit]

Silver earned a B.A. in English literature with Spanish from Durham University.

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