This world of finance is always changing. In this section we detail all the events for professionals in the financial and investment markets that you must attend or be seen at to maximise your career potential. There are comprehensive descriptions and links to confirm your attendance straight away.
On 5th and 6th June in London will be held the conference "The Future of Digital Banking - Pushing the boundaries of digital innovation" at Marriott Grosvenor Square.
250+ bankers from across the globe will come together for two days packed full of exclusive insights on topics including open banking, a mobile-first model, AI, blockchain and more. Hear from a mixture of incumbent banks, challengers, FinTechs and tech giants answering the questions: "What does the future of banking look like?", "What role will banks assume in their customers’ digital lives?" and forge a new pathway towards digital excellence.Read more
The Euromoney Forex London Forum will take place on 17 May 2017 in London, bringing together the highest level FX bankers, currency funds, asset managers, trading platforms and FinTech entrepreneurs as one of the biggest FX market gatherings of its type, with a mix of macro and e-trading topics and new formats which will certainly keep the discussion lively.
With 2017 set to be a transformational year for FX markets globally, The Euromoney Forex London Forum streamed 1-day conference will bring you unparalleled insight from tier 1 banks and leading buyside traders into how they are adapting their trading desks in the face of macro volatility and rapid technological change.Read more
The Multi-Asset Road Show 2017, designed to help UK Financial Advisers gain a greater understanding of the vibrant and constantly evolving investment sector, will be visiting from 25th April to 4th May Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and London.
Strong forces like uncertain markets, shifting demographics and regulatory change are undoubtingly at work in investment today, posing some tough questions for both Financial Advisers and their clients, but in many instances multi-asset portfolios need to be able to provide very acceptable answers.Read more
The Financial Times Banking Standards Conference "Changing business behaviour for the better" is going to be held on 27th April 2017 in London, Hilton Tower Bridge Hotel, 5 More London Place, Tooley Street, London SE1 2BY.
Banks have taken great steps forward in the past few years to improve their culture and with it the behaviour and competence of their staff. Boards and senior management teams have devoted time and financial resources to educate and train their workforce about the high ethical, professional and business standards that are expected of them, not just by their employers and shareholders, but by customers, regulators and the wider public.
Besides individual bank initiatives, concerted sector-wide action has been taking place. In the UK, two new industry standards organisations have been created – the Banking Standards Board and the FICC Market Standards Board.Read more