Against a backdrop of increased geopolitical uncertainty, poor economic performance in many emerging markets and a weak inflationary outlook in the Eurozone, City Week 2016 will examine a range of pressing topics. These include: the outlook for the global economy, the G20’s plans for greening the financial system, the impact on the European Union if the UK votes to leave and the future of China as the engine for global economic growth.
This year’s event will also look at a number of other important change drivers within the industry. Fintech has come to the fore over the last year, producing potentially game-changing new business models that threaten incumbent financial institutions. The implementation of the final parts of the G20 reforms will also continue to have a profound impact on firms and their customers, sometimes with unforeseen, adverse consequences, such as the current problem of illiquidity in the bond markets.
More broadly, while financial institutions have done much to restore their social licence and their relationship with society, more still needs to be done to embed appropriate cultures and standards of personal behaviour in order to rebuild trust to pre-crisis levels.
Against this backdrop, City Week 2016 will address:
Over the course of City Week 2016, a highly eminent faculty of international speakers will explore these crucial themes, including their economic and market impact.
Attendance is by invitation only and is free of charge for all C-suite executives.
The Board of Patrons for City Week 2016 includes the following distinguished individuals:
Monday 9th - Wednesday 11th May 2016
The Kia OvalKenningtonLondon SE11 5SS0844 375 1845
City Week Team
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