Bonne van Hattum specialises in the prevention and resolution of mass claims or wicked problems on financial markets via interdisciplinary actions. More in general she is a public and private (financial) law expert with suitable knowledge of other disciplines such as economics, political science and sociology to prevent and resolve big problems in society related to mass claims.
With her background as a lawyer (banking and finance at Baker & McKenzie and Greenberg Traurig), policy officer (at Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM)), scientist (at the University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Law (UvA)) and consultant (Director Risk consulting at Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC), she built up big experience with supervision and communication strategies, risk management, regulatory issues, politics and policy questions, behavioural change and organisation management inclusive class actions and alternative dispute mechanisms.
Besides her current job at PwC, she also works as a scientist (researcher and teacher) at the UvA. She has finished her Thesis in 2017 regarding more adequate solutions and preventions for affairs around retail products and services on the financial markets. Being a lawyer, consultant and scientist together she build-up quite an extensive practical and scientific network. Bonne has good experience with media and politics. She has also published several articles and a book about mass claims and duty-of-care issues. Finally she will publish more in the future about topics such as: the optimisation of mass claim prevention and resolution, and the need for new players in the applicable field such as regulatory authorities and big international operating consultant companies. Furthermore she will start discussions about the need to change (supervision) strategies to prevent wicked problems and the cultural backgrounds in the western world of thinking and acting with respect to the issues damage, unsafety and risk.
Speaker at various national and international seminars and congresses regarding the effect and functioning of wicked problems, supervisory strategies, risk management, mass claims on the financial markets and beyond. Examples: