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Banking and Payments Federation Ireland will host its flagship National Banking Conference 2018 – Reshaping Retail Banking, on Thursday 18th October at The Marker Hotel, Dublin from 9.00am – 1.00pm.
As the transformation in retail banking continues apace, this year’s conference will explore and assess the factors driving this evolution, including customer behaviour and expectation, technology and innovation as well as the fundamental shift in culture which banks must realise to regain public trust and rebuild customer loyalty.
Over a series of keynote speeches and panel discussions leading bankers, policy makers, regulators and analysts from home and abroad will address three core topics including Culture in Banking, Trends in Retail Banking and Innovation and Customer Experience.
Key speakers on the day will include Patrick Kennedy, Chairman, Bank of Ireland; Richard Pym, Chairman, AIB, Alison Cottrell, CEO UK Banking Standards Board, among others.
For organisations wishing to send several of their team, we are pleased to offer further discounts for group bookings (applicable where all attendees are employed by the same organisation and are registered under one booking):
- 4 for the price of 3
- 7 for the price of 5
- 10 for the price of 7
Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI), in association with Deloitte, will host a half day Cyber Conference on Friday 5th October 2018 in The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin 2.
With organisations investing increasing capital and resources to protect themselves and their customers from cybercrime, the conference will cover various aspects of cybercrime and cybersecurity. It will examine new legislation and frameworks such as the European Commission’s Cybersecurity Act and the ECB’s TIBER – EU framework as well as exploring the world of crypto currency and the current threat landscape. Delegates will be provided with valuable global insights, including strategic approaches from key decision makers, cyber security experts and law enforcement who will discuss how digital assets, infrastructure, customer base, stakeholders and staff can be better secured.
While the financial sector has developed some of the most sophisticated defence and risk mitigation capabilities to address cybercrime, the threat landscape has become more complex due to rapidly evolving techniques by cyber criminals. It is estimated that the cost of cybercrime will reach €5 trillion globally by 2021.
With a successful online or cyber attack capable of causing significant financial, operational and reputational risk and harm issues for businesses, the sector needs to continue to mitigate against the evolving threats and cyber risks by better understanding what peer banks, institutions, law enforcement and others are currently developing and implementing in order to better combat, counter, detect, prepare and respond to the on-going challenges.
For organisations wishing to send several of their team, we are pleased to offer discounts for group bookings (applicable where all attendees are employed by the same organisation and are registered under one booking):
4 for the price of 3
7 for the price of 5
10 for the price of 7