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Events

Banking & Payments Federation Ireland organises a comprehensive events programme throughout the year for members and associates including conferences, seminars and briefings. Many of these events are also open to non-members.

Our programme is developed around delivering events which provide the very latest updates on key industry developments and offering insights from a range of high profile speakers from industry leaders and policymakers to regulators and practitioners. As well as providing a forum for discussion and debate on the key issues shaping the sector, our events also afford delegates a valuable opportunity to network with industry peers from across the banking and financial services spectrum.

Within this section you will find details of all our upcoming events and recent events as well as details on the sponsorship opportunities which are available throughout the year.

Banking Regulation & Supervision

The BPFI Annual Risk Management & Supervisory Conference, will take place on Friday 24th January in The BPFI Conference Centre, Floor 3, One Molesworth Street, Dublin 2, from 9.00am – 12.30pm.

Banking sector in Ireland and in the EU have gone through significant changes from both regulatory and supervisory perspectives in the past 10 years.

If you would like any further information on any of our current or recent events or sponsorship opportunities please contact our Head of Conference and Events Lisa Shevlin, Ph: 01 474 8802 Email: lisa.shevlin@bpfi.ie / events@bpfi.ie

Recent Events

National Banking Conference 2019 – Delivering for the Customer

Banking and Payments Federation Ireland will host its flagship Annual Retail Banking Conference 2019 – Delivering for the Customer, on Tuesday 12 November 2019 at The Marker Hotel, Dublin from 9.00am – 1.00pm. This year’s flagship event will bring together key senior bankers, policy makers and other key stakeholders to explore how banks can best continue to meet the needs of their customers in light of the rapid changes underway in the financial industry ecosystem.

Banking on Sustainability

Climate change requires a global perspective and local action: How will the European Union’s ambition to deliver on the commitments of the Paris Climate Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goals impact on financial services providers? What is current thinking on the incorporation of effective climate risk management in banking? Ireland now has its Climate Action Plan – what are the opportunities and challenges inherent in in de-carbonising the economy?

Cyber Conference

With organisations investing increasing capital and resources to protect themselves and their customers from cybercrime, this dedicated conference will cover various aspects of cybercrime and cybersecurity. In particular it will examine new frameworks/operating models as well as other trending topics and technologies.

See all of our recent events