BRUSSELS, 31 August 2016 – The Summer Forum is almost here. Held 15-16 September in Malaga and convened to foster best practice exchange, participants hail from countries in Europe as well as other regions, including Saudi Arabia. El Salvador, Korea, and Panama.
A unique forum
The ESBG-run International Summer Forum is 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. Executives from all levels of retail banking, personal banking, consumer banking, proximity banking, investment and international retail banking, including regulatory and compliance experts are welcome.
Why the forum is important
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.
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Contact: The direct contact for the event is Laurie Dufays, who can be contacted via e-mail at: Laurie.Dufays@wsbi-esbg.org.