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Admission Price: Free to attend
Foreign banks in China and Non-European banks in the UK and EU are our subject this evening. Our keynote speaker, Douglas Flint, Chairman of HSBC Holdings will speak on HSBC and China and a panel of experts from ratings agencies, journalists, regulatory experts and bankers will consider opportunities and challenges related to Non-European banks in the UK and Europe.
The international banking landscape is changing with banks renewing their international commitments, expanding their international presence, some new entrants, and a few complete withdrawals. China is also changing or evolving in more ways than we can describe here. HSBC is by far Europe’s and the UK’s largest bank and the largest foreign bank in China and we look forward to hearing Douglas Flint’s views on HSBC and China and the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead. In contrast, we will also hear views on how Non-European banks view or are welcome in the European landscape. Please join us for an evening of international banking with a focus on China.
This public lecture with Douglas Flint, will be preceded by a panel discussion on Chinese and Non-EEA Banks in the European Union.
Our panel includes:
Martin Arnold, Banking Editor
Piers Haben, Director
European Banking Authority
Thomas Huertas, Senior Risk Partner
EY (and former Head of the Banking Sector at the UK Financial Services Authortiy)
Druv Roy, Director
Standard & Poor’s
Michael Sholem, European Counsel
Davis Polk Wardwell
You may view speaker information here.
Full event timings:
|4.30pm - 5.00pm||Welcome & Registration|
|5.00pm - 6.00pm||Panel Discussion on Chinese & Non-EEA Banks in the UK and EU|
|6.15pm||Lecture and Q&A with Mr Douglas Flint, Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc |
(Q&A chaired by Peter Hahn, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Finance, Cass Business School)
|7.00pm||Networking & Refreshments|