It has been one year and a half since Iran, The United States and five other world powers reached a deal designed to limit Tehran’s nuclear programme. As a result, the United Nations lifted all nuclear-related sanctions and the EU lifted many bilateral sanctions on Iran’s banking and energy sectors. Slowly but surely, progress is being made towards establishing normal trade relations between the UK and Iran.
The thinking behind the summit is that it would be useful to bring together c-suite representatives from all sectors of the financial services industry.
Crispin Wright, Director General, The Panel on Takeovers and Mergers will be commenting on the impact of the latest developments in the market on panel policy.
This event will examine the latest developments in the cyber security issues financial institutions are facing, with particular emphasis on cyber resilience, cyber security culture, supply chain security and the protection of critical financial infrastructure, as well as risk mitigation strategies.
Culture and conduct remain top of the agenda not only for financial institutions, but also for the regulators, as Andrew Bailey, CEO of the PRA and shortly to be CEO of the FCA, made clear at our City Week event earlier this month.
City & Financial’s 13th Annual Infrastructure Policy Summit will bring together some of the key players in the UK infrastructure markets to discuss the latest policy initiatives and the implications of these for market participants.
Now that the EBA Guidelines on remuneration have appeared, the next issue is how they will be implemented by the UK financial authorities.
The bonds markets are now under attack from all directions. The purpose of this conference will be to examine the problems and then to look at the various possible solutions.
A blueprint for how £13 billion of government investment will help create the Northern Powerhouse was unveiled in September, £600m was added in the following Autumn Statement and a further £200m in the last Budget.
The EU post-crisis change agenda is designed to meet the G20 objectives, generate higher standards in governance and conduct, strengthen market transparency and integrity and establish a safer financial system.