What we doNetworkingNetworking MediaMediaResearchResearch AdviceAdvice
Main eventsOne-off events• 30 to 40 attendees• London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Vienna, Warsaw,Stockholm, Oslo, New York• 8 meet...
ReachWhite papers• 12,000 people see the Financial Services Clubevery day between our various media• All social media in u...
Primary Research Secondary Research• We produce regular surveys on payments andpayment infrastructures• Average 350 partic...
AdviceWorkshops and education• Standard- Financial Services market overview- Regulatory landscape- Future of banking- Tech...
Joining the ClubMeetings• Established in London in2004• Meetings in London,Edinburgh, Dublin, Viennafor CEE South, Warsaw ...
ChaptersUSA(New York)England(London)Scotland(Edinburgh)Ireland(Dublin)CEE North(Warsaw)CEE South(Vienna)Nordics(Oslo / Sto...
Recent SpeakersAngela Knight, former Chief Executiveof the British Bankers’ AssociationAndrew Tyrie, Chairman of theTreasu...
Specialist GroupsThe Clearing & Settlement Working Group (CAS-WG)• A WORKING GROUP• Interpretation of Regulatory Change on...
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Overview of the Financial Services Club

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Overview of the Financial Services Club

  1. 1. What we doNetworkingNetworking MediaMediaResearchResearch AdviceAdvice
  2. 2. Main eventsOne-off events• 30 to 40 attendees• London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Vienna, Warsaw,Stockholm, Oslo, New York• 8 meetings per year per Chapter• 24 meetings per year plus 4 quarterly dinners for theLondon Chapter• Relationship building and networking• Great speakers including the Chairman of LloydsBanking Group, CEO of Visa Europe, CEO of First Direct,CEO of Wonga and individuals like JP Rangaswami,Andrew Tyrie, Vince Cable and Brett King• One-off meetings that run in a similar way to ourmain events, but with an audience targeted to asponsor’s needs• We tailor the meeting to the sponsor’s message andidentify suitable speakers• Sponsor has sole branding for the event and can vetoattendance• Target of 30 to 40 attendees• All logistics and arrangements managed by theFinancial Services ClubPrivate events• One-off or regular roundtables• Usually 8 to 10 attendees• C-level and direct reports• Audience selected according to sponsor’s brief• Can be run as a marketing event, go-to-market testing orstrategic briefing• Location is usually private dining at Michelin-starrestaurants• All logistics and arrangements managed by the FinancialServices ClubNetworking
  3. 3. ReachWhite papers• 12,000 people see the Financial Services Clubevery day between our various media• All social media in use: Facebook, Twitter,LinkedIn, alongside blogging and email• More than 5,000 people get our daily news• The Finanser blog has an average 1,200 pageviews per day• Over 100,000 people are on our database• Regular appearances on BBC, Sky News andBloomberg• The Financial Services Clubregularly produce whitepapers and opinionpieces to order• Papers can addresstopical issues, researchrelated topics, marketoverviews or thoughtleadershipMediaSpeaking“Just a quick note to say thanks again for a truly terrific presentation at ourSAP Banking Summit event here in The Hague.” Don Trotta, Global Head ofFinancial Services Industry Solutions, SAP“It’s not easy to moderate a 90 minute discussion on Risk and follow it upwith one on Regulation. As for your presentation...well...that was a REALeye-opener.” Bradley Lonnen, Vice President, Market Management,Deutsche Bank AG“Thank you very much for being our keynote lunchtime speaker. I thoughtyou successfully provoked the audience into thinking carefully about thestate of their banking relationships.” Colin Tyler, Chief Executive, theAssociation of Corporate Treasurers [Click for more]
  4. 4. Primary Research Secondary Research• We produce regular surveys on payments andpayment infrastructures• Average 350 participants in our quantitativeresearch programs• The Financial Services Club can investigateany market segment or area of interest to acompany• Our mainstream engagements includeidentifying key technology trends forfinancial institutions and key financialmarket trends for technology firmsResearch
  5. 5. AdviceWorkshops and education• Standard- Financial Services market overview- Regulatory landscape- Future of banking- Technology disruptions• Tailored- Interactive brainstorming- Facilitated discussionsStrategic planning• Financial Services Institutions- Identifying the future political,economic, social and technologicalchanges over the next ten years- Specifically for retail, commercial andinvestment banks and paymentsinstitutions• Technology Firms- Market sizing, go-to-market planning,value propositions, marketpresentationsMarket & Business Development• Identifying- Who- What- Where- When- Howfor your business / service
  6. 6. Joining the ClubMeetings• Established in London in2004• Meetings in London,Edinburgh, Dublin, Viennafor CEE South, Warsaw forCEE North, Stockholm forNordics and New York forthe USA• Networking, debates andspeakers you dont usuallymeet elsewhere• 3 meetings a month in London plus one Quarterly Dinner• At least one meeting per quarter in every City
  7. 7. ChaptersUSA(New York)England(London)Scotland(Edinburgh)Ireland(Dublin)CEE North(Warsaw)CEE South(Vienna)Nordics(Oslo / Stockholm)
  8. 8. Recent SpeakersAngela Knight, former Chief Executiveof the British Bankers’ AssociationAndrew Tyrie, Chairman of theTreasury Select CommitteePeter Ayliffe, Chief Executiveof Visa EuropeWillem Buiter, ChiefEconomist for CitigroupVernon Hill, Vice Chairman,Metro Bank (UK)Sir Win Bischoff, Chairman,Lloyds Banking Group
  9. 9. Specialist GroupsThe Clearing & Settlement Working Group (CAS-WG)• A WORKING GROUP• Interpretation of Regulatory Change on Clearing & SettlementInfrastructures the City (and EU/Global)• Liaison with Regulatory Authorities• Technical infrastructure focus• The MiFID Forum
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