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Overview of the Financial Services Club

  1. 1. Established 2004 Networking, debates andspeakers you dont usually meet elsewhere Chatham House Rule
  2. 2. What we doNetworking Media Research Advice
  3. 3. Networking Main events • 30 to 40 attendees • London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Vienna, Warsaw • Quarterly dinners (London) • 60 events per year • Relationship building and networking • Great speakers including the Chairman of Lloyds Banking Group, CEO of Visa Europe, CEO of First Direct, CEO of Wonga and individuals like JP Rangaswami, Andrew Tyrie, Vince Cable and Brett KingRoundtables One-off events• One-off or regular roundtables • One-off meetings that run in a similar way to• Usually 8 to 10 attendees our main events, but with an audience• C-level and direct reports targeted to a sponsor’s needs• Audience selected according to sponsor’s brief • We tailor the meeting to the sponsor’s• Can be run as a marketing event, go-to-market message and identify suitable speakers testing or strategic briefing • Sponsor has sole branding for the event and• Location is usually private dining at Michelin- can veto attendance star restaurants • Target of 30 to 40 attendees• All logistics and arrangements managed by the • All logistics and arrangements managed by Financial Services Club the Financial Services Club
  4. 4. Media Reach • 12,000 people see the Financial Services Club every 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 page views per day • Over 100,000 people are on our database • Regular appearances on BBC, Sky News and BloombergSpeaking White papers“Just a quick note to say thanks again for a truly terrific presentation at our • The Financial Services ClubSAP Banking Summit event here in The Hague.” Don Trotta, Global Head ofFinancial Services Industry Solutions, SAP regularly produce white papers and opinion“It’s not easy to moderate a 90 minute discussion on Risk and follow it up pieces to orderwith one on Regulation. As for your presentation...well...that was a REAL • Papers can addresseye-opener.” Bradley Lonnen, Vice President, MarketManagement, Deutsche Bank AG topical issues, research related topics, market“Thank you very much for being our keynote lunchtime speaker. I thought overviews or thoughtyou successfully provoked the audience into thinking carefully about thestate of their banking relationships.” Colin Tyler, Chief Executive, the leadershipAssociation of Corporate Treasurers [Click for more]
  5. 5. ResearchPrimary Research Secondary Research• We produce regular surveys on payments and • The Financial Services Club can investigate payment infrastructures any market segment or area of interest to a• Average 350 participants in our quantitative company research programs • Our mainstream engagements include identifying key technology trends for financial institutions and key financial market trends for technology firms
  6. 6. AdviceWorkshops and education Market & Business Development• Standard • Identifying - Financial Services market overview - Who - Regulatory landscape - What - Future of banking - Where - Technology disruptions - When• Tailored - How - Interactive brainstorming for your business / service - Facilitated discussionsStrategic planning• Financial Services Institutions - Identifying the future political, economic, social and technological changes over the next ten years - Specifically for retail, commercial and investment banks and payments institutions• Technology Firms - Market sizing, go-to-market planning, value propositions, market presentations
  7. 7. Members
  8. 8. Members
  9. 9. Sponsors
  10. 10. Recent Speakers Brett King, Author, Bank 2.0 and Willem Buiter, Chief Vernon Hill, Vice Chairman, Founder, Movenbank Economist for Citigroup Metro Bank (UK)Andrew Tyrie, Chairman of the Peter Ayliffe, Chief Executive Sir Win Bischoff, Chairman,Treasury Select Committee of Visa Europe Lloyds Banking Group
  11. 11. CAS-WGThe Clearing & Settlement Working Group (CAS-WG)• A WORKING GROUP• Interpretation of Regulatory Change on Clearing & Settlement Infrastructures the City (and EU/Global)• Liaison with Regulatory Authorities• Technical infrastructure focus• The MiFID Forum
  12. 12. Future meetings15th January 2013 27th February 2013An update on EU financial services Putting the customer’s interests firstlegislation and associated initiatives Antony Elliot, CEO, FairbankingDr. David Doyle, EU Policy Advisor onFinancial Markets 6th March 2013 Banking beyond 202028th January 2013 Neil Jacobsohn, SeniorBricks to Bridges: Make Your Strategy Partner, FutureWorld InternationalCome AliveRobin Speculand March 2013 – exact date TBC Dinner: “Finding bank’s moral11th February 2013 compass”Creating the most innovative bank in Lord Stephen Green, Minister of Statethe world for Trade and Investment; former CEOMatthias Kröner, CEO, FIDOR Bank and Group Chairman of HSBC
  13. 13. Future meetings12th March 2013 19th March 2013"Is SEPA happening and does it matter?” "Social media and banking: risk’sA panel discussion with: friend or foe?"• Jerome Traisnel, Slimpay Andrew Walker, Chief Innovation• Ruth Wandhofer, Head of Market Officer, Tweetminster Policy and Strategy, EMEA, Global Transaction Services, Citi 24th April 2013• Simon Bailey, Director, Logica “How technology has transformed• Vanessa Manning, Head of EMEA credit from past time to real-time” Payment Solutions, Transaction Errol Damelin, CEO, Wonga Services, International Banking, the Royal Bank of Scotland
  14. 14. Future meetings9th April 2013Dinner: “The future for Europe and theEuro: whither Europe?”Professor Grzegorz Kolodko, formerDeputy Prime Minister, Poland17th April 2013Launch of theFinancial Services ClubPoland