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Leveraging the SME Business - Summer Forum 2016

Leveraging the SME Business - Summer Forum 2016
Date: 15/09/2016 - 16/09/2016
Location: Malaga (Spain)
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>> Read the event's Final Report

 

​​LEVERAGING THE SME BUSINESS

 

WSBI and ESBG are proud to present its International Summer Forum. A unique networking opportunity for senior-level bankers, the forum provides a unique platform for exchanging experiences with peers within the retail and savings banking sphere in Europe and worldwide. Attendees get insight on the latest best practices in retail banking and the latest updates on  regulatory and supervisory issues impacting the sector. 

 

Participants 

The event targets executives at all levels of retail banking, personal banking, consumer banking, proximity banking, investment and international retail banking, including regulatory and compliance experts.

 

Objective

The 2016 Summer Forum aims to dig deeper into what savings and retail banks can do to adapt, and fast, to avoid a Kodak moment. The forum will highlight what SMEs want, how and what banks can remain top of mind with real economy businesses when they seek financing.  It will also delve into the most pressing areas where banks can place greater focus to better serve the SME segment. 

 

Proposed topics

  1. Financial infrastructure and regulatory framework
  2. Segmentation to reach better customer centricity
  3. Make credits as easy as possible for businesses
  4. Digitization in order to optimize channels, respond to customers' needs and increase cost effectiveness
  5. Value added services or new markets for high value products and services: the 'e commerce' services phenomenon
  6. Banks' strategies to face new entrants and adapt to market change
  7. Banking strategies and tools to support the business development of SME clients
  8. Analysing the profitable revenue opportunity of SME's

 

Questions and more information: 

Please e-mail to event's organiser: laurie.dufays@wsbi-esbg.org

 

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