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The Daily Dose Live: Banking Breakfast

Join us for a banking breakfast discussion on Wednesday, June 28, where our panel of experts will explore not only the threats, but also the opportunities facing the banking sector, and debate how banks can best respond. Topics to be discussed will include: 

  • The risks and rewards of geopolitics: Who are the banking sector’s winners and losers as the global economy gets to grips with the U.S.’s new administration, Brexit, and the future of the EU, and other wider uncertainties on the horizon? 
  • Banking rules: Have we reached peak regulation? Will pushback on the changes to Basel III and politically-led reform in the U.S. prompt a review of controls and prudential management worldwide? 
  • Asset quality and banks’ bottom lines: How are banks across Europe adapting to shifting consumer debt trends? Meanwhile, to what extent is Europe still being held back by the post crisis debt pile (NPLs) and will 2017 see these finally cleared up?

Register today! 

Speakers

Janet Kersnar
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Deputy Managing Editor, Global Financial Institutions/Real Estate
Barnabas Reynolds
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Partner
Cristiano Zazzara, Ph.D.
S&P Global Market Intelligence
Managing Director, Global Head of Relationship Management, Risk Services
Brendan Brown
Mitsubishi Financial Group
Chief Economist

The Daily Dose Live: Banking Breakfast Agenda

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