We are delighted to invite you to the Tenth Santander International Banking Conference to be held on Wednesday 8 November 2017 at Ciudad Grupo Santander, our headquarters in Boadilla del Monte (Madrid, Spain).
The conference will cover topics such as the role of the financial sector in an economy in transformation, disruption from technology and innovation and regulatory challenges.
Opening of the Conference
The Economist Intelligence Unit reports
Financial services in a digital economy. The Economist reports
Innovation, demographic change and new competitors are driving transformation across financial services. Against this backdrop, what is the future for international or global financial services companies? How can banks better help people and businesses prosper? What is the role of financial services in supporting growth, jobs, new opportunities and fostering financial inclusion?.
In conversationAna Botín, Group Executive Chairman, Banco Santander Ivan Glasenberg, CEO, Glencore Renée Friedman, Managing Editor, EMEA, The Economist Intelligence Unit Leila Janah, Founder and CEO, Samasource and LXMI
Disruption has become a permanent feature of banking and finance.
The challenge is how companies can manage disruption to increase efficiency, productivity, maintain the highest standards in cybersecurity and employee and customer satisfaction, building trust.
Financial regulation to support
stability and growth
With a new focus on implementation and assessment, what is the best global governance and framework for managing regulatory change? What constraints or opportunities have been opened by political developments such as Brexit, the push for regulatory rollback in the U.S. and the elections of 2017 in EU member states?.Moderator: José García Cantera, CFO, Banco Santander Korbinian Ibel, DG Micro-Prudential Supervision IV, European Central Bank Tim Pawlenty, President & CEO, Financial Services Roundtable Vanessa Rubio, Undersecretary of Finance and Public Credit, Government of Mexico Levin Holle, DG Financial Markets, Finance Ministry
Financing Europe: Setting priorities
for a growth and innovation agenda
What is the best path forward to continue bulding Europe: EBU (including EDIS), risk reduction package, CMU, the single market for financial services? What is "doable" and what can wait? How to best support innovation and change while fostering trust?.Moderator: José Mª Roldán, Chairman, Spanish Banking Association Davide Serra, Founder & CEO, Algebris Investments Stéphane Boujnah, CEO, Euronext Nathalie de Balsadúa, Director, Investment and company reporting, European Commission Guillaume Prache, Managing Director, BETTER FINANCE
Closing of the Conference
Closing network coffee
MEET OUR SPEAKERS
This year the Santander International Banking Conference is bringing together representatives from the most relevant public and private institutions who will take part in different keynotes, conversations and panels throughout the day.
José María Roldán
Chairman and CEO of the Spanish Banking Association and Vice-President to the European Banking Federation
TRANSPORTATION & ACCOMMODATION
Transportation to the Conference will be provided.
Buses will depart from Paseo de la Castellana, 24 (Madrid City center) at 07:45h and 08:00h.
After the Conference, transfer from Santander Financial City to Madrid City Center or international Airport (Barajas) will be at
Estimated time of journey is 45 minutes.
Delegates will need to make their own acommodation arrangements.
Recommended hotels in Madrid (nearby Paseo de la Castellana, 24):
Ciudad Grupo Santander - Auditorium -
Corporate Training Center
"El Solaruco" (Access B).
Avda. de Cantabria, s/n.
28660 Boadilla del Monte (Madrid)
For further information please contact the Santander Institutional Relations & Protocol team at firstname.lastname@example.org