On October 30th 100+ leading authorities in the retail banking arena gathered for a day of insightful discussion and debate. Keynote speakers gave both a UK and European perspective and discussed how organisations can adapt in a new regulatory environment.

THE VIEW FROM EUROPE:

Jonathan Faull, Director General, Internal Market and Services, European Commission. The Economist invited Jonathan a leading European Regulator to lay-out the case for Banking Union.

THE VIEW FROM THE UK:

Martin Wheatley, Chief Executive Officer, Financial Conduct Authority 
Although there is no impact in the short term for the UK, Martin discussed how, as new arrangements advance, banks with Eurozone operations will have more complex, regulatory relationships to manage.

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European Retail Banking 2014

Unlocking competition and unleashing disruption

October 30th 2014, London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square

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The European Retail Banking Summit 2012

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