Calendar

  • WEBINAR: Salzburg Global Seminar — Financial regulation in times of pandemic, what do we need to achieve?

    Online

    European Central Bank supervisory board member Edouard Fernandez-Bollo, European Banking Federation CEO Willem Mijs, US Federal Reserve Board senior associate general counsel Charles Gray and JPMorgan Chase global head of regulatory affairs Debra Stone will discuss the critical role of the finance sector in the post-Covid-19 economic recovery and what the accompany regulatory needs. More details here. Date: September 24, 10pm Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: Society and banking in 2030

    Online

    A panel featuring ABN AMRO Bank chief economist Sandra Phlippen, European Banking Federation CEO Wim Mijs and BNP Paribas general manager for retail banking Michael Anseeuw will discuss the future of banking. More details here. Date: September 25, 12am to 1.30am Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: OMFIF — Navigating the digitalisation transformation

    Online

    Speakers including Banque de France governor François Villeroy de Galhau, Bank of Spain governor Pablo Hernández de Cos and Deutsche Bundesbank deputy head of the payments and settlement systems Dirk Schrade will discuss the how central banks are responding to the digitalisation of finance, including the impact of Covid-19, regulating cryptocurrencies and preparing for cyber attacks. More details here. Date: September 25, 3.45pm to 6.30pm Location: Online

  • LIVE STREAM: AFME — 13th Annual European Post Trade Virtual Conference

    Online

    This two-day conference covers the European clearing and settlements industry, with speakers such as European Central Bank director general Ulrich Bindseil, European Central Securities Depositories Association secretary general Anna Kulik and Citi head of market policy and strategy Marcello Topa. More details here. Date: September 28 to 29 Location: Online

  • WEBINAR: OECD — Launch of the 2020 OECD Business and Finance Outlook

    Online

    The 2020 edition of the OECD Business and Finance Outlook focuses on sustainable and resilient finance, in particular the ESG factors that are rapidly becoming a part of mainstream finance. The launch features a panel on the importance of sustainable and resilient finance to the Covid-19 recovery with speakers including UBS Group CEO Sergio Ermotti and MSCI head of global ESG research Linda-Eling Lee. More details here. Date: September 29, 8.45pm Location: Online

  • CEDA — Business SA’s 9-point plan for economic recovery

    Adelaide

    Business SA CEO Martin Haese will outline the business lobby's 9-point plan for South Australia’s economic recovery. More details here. Date: September 29, 10am to 11.30am Location: University of Adelaide, Adelaide, SA

  • WEBINAR: CEDA — Tasmanian state of the state 2020

    Online

    Tasmanian Premier Peter Gutwein will provide the annual state of the state address, with a focus on the impact of, response to and recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. The address will be facilitated by Westpac global head of public sector Jason Kambovski. More details here. Date: September 30, 3.30pm to 4.20pm Location: Online

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