The Federation of International Banks in Ireland (FIBI), which is affiliated to the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI), will host its flagship annual conference ‘International Banking: The New Normal‘ on Thursday 22nd June in The Westin Hotel.
Banking & Payments Federation Ireland, in association with Deloitte, will host a morning conference on the Digital Transformation in Financial Services on Thursday 9th March, 9.00am – 12.30pm in The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2.
Against the backdrop of a growing economy which faces into a number of significant external challenges, the supply of business finance for growth will be a very important consideration for lenders, borrowers and policy makers among others.
In addressing this overall theme, the BPFI, in association with Mazars, will host a half day conference on Tuesday 28th February, examining the roll and contribution of various constituent elements such as debt finance, equity finance, venture capital and guarantee schemes.
BPFI, in association with Eurex Clearing, will be hosting a morning seminar on Tuesday 7th February with presentations from The Central Bank of Ireland, Eurex Clearing, Clearstream Banking, Quaternion Risk, and McCann Fitzgerald.
BPFI will host a conference on ‘The Evolving Supervisory Architecture’ On Tuesday 8th November in The Westbury Hotel, Grafton Street, Dublin 2 from 9.00am – 12.45pm.
Banking and Payments Federation Ireland will hold its National Banking Conference, Delivering Service for Customers, on Thursday 27th October at The Marker Hotel, Dublin. This year’s flagship event will bring together key senior bankers, policy makers and other key stakeholders to examine the impact of digital innovation on customer services and the policy and regulatory environment necessary to support this.
The Federation of International Banks in Ireland (FIBI) held its flagship annual conference ‘Navigating the New Banking Landscape’ on Thursday 26 May in The Westin Hotel, Dublin.
Banking & Payments Federation Ireland , in association with EY, hosted its Cyber Conference 2016 on Thursday 28 April in the Marker Hotel, Dublin 2.
The half-day ‘Cyber Conference 2016’ conference addressed various aspects of cybercrime and cybersecurity, providing members with valuable insights from key decision makers, cyber security experts, law enforcement and academia.
Banking & Payments Federation Ireland hosted a ‘Best Practice Approach to Vulnerability’ Seminar on Thursday 21 April in the Marker Hotel, Dublin.
The seminar looked at how the financial sector in Ireland can best facilitate the requirements of customers who may be in vulnerable circumstances. Local and international experts considered what is meant by vulnerability and how financial service providers can improve the experiences and outcomes for customer who are vulnerable.
Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI), in association with PwC, will host a breakfast briefing on IFRS 9 on Monday 7th March 2016, from 9.00am – 11.30am, in The Westin Hotel, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.