The Future of Banking will take place in Paris (March 10th) and will gather more than 150 banking industry representatives, government officials, innovators and business leaders, all with the same subject in mind: what will the bank of the future look like?
The need of a vision of tomorrow’s banks comes from the wake of the global financial crisis, as lots of innovation and investment will be needed. Most of them consist of adapting to the new digital environment and the tough regulatory climate in general.
The Future of Banking agenda will focus on:
- The EU Capital Market Union: what will a harmonised market look like and how will impediments to this ambitious initiative be resolved?
- Creating a sustainable and scalable business model which meets the increasing demands of investors and regulators
- The Single Supervisory Mechanism: accountability, structure, reporting and progress
- Disruption and technology: how can traditional and new entrants keep up with the exponential pace of tech in the industry and the digitally native customer?
- New developments in fintech: entrants, established players and venture capitalists discuss what’s next
- International banking: are banks retreating into home markets and fragmenting along national lines? What geographical markets represent the best opportunities?
- Cultural transformation: what are leaders doing to change the bank’s structure and culture from top to bottom to regain trust, mitigate risk and bolster productivity
The venue of the event is the Shangri-La hotel in the heart of Paris, and the participation fees range between €956 and €1,195.