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Welcome to the BBA’s Annual International Banking Conference 2016 – follow all the action on our live blog below and on Twitter @bbavoice #bbaintconf
16:15 – Global leaders panel
Sir Win Bischoff, Chairman, JP Morgan Securities
Tracy Clarke, Director & CEO Europe & Americas, Standard Chartered
Michael Cole-Fontayn, Chairman, BNY Mellon
Ludovic de Montille, UK Chairman, BNP Paribas Group
Jim Leng, Chairman EMEA, Nomura
Robert Rooney, Chief Executive, Morgan Stanley International
15:30 – Panel discussion – Cyber Resilience: Fail to prepare or prepare to fail
Alain Desausoi, Chief Information Security Officer, SWIFT
Andrew Fitzmaurice, Co-author of National Cyber Strategy, Templar Executives
Commander Chris Greany, Police National Co-Ordinator for Economic Crime, City of London Police
Dr Jamie Saunders, Director, National Cyber Crime Unit
14:15 – Panel discussion – Brexit and banking – Meeting the challenges and finding opportunities in uncertain times
Her Excellency Sylvie Bermann, French Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP
Gerard Lyons, Chief Economic Strategist, Netwealth Investments and Chief Economic Adviser, Policy Exchange
Rt Hon Lord Mandelson, Chairman, Global Counsel
Hard vs. Soft Brexit? “We should instead view Brexit as clean vs. messy” – Gerard Lyons
“Article50 will not be triggered by the end of March” – Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP
“He asked for very little and got even less in return” – Gerard Lyons on Cameron’s EU negotiations
“It is possible for the UK to secure free trade” – Lord Mandelson
13:30 – Panel discussion – Brexit for corporates – Are wholesale markets still best placed to meet the capital and investment needs of both the UK and EU economies?
Bennett Birgbauer, Company Treasurer, Jaguar Land Rover
James Brotherton, Chief Financial Officer, Tyman
Ronald Kent, Managing Director, Wholesale and Financial Policy, BBA
11:45 – Panel discussion – Technology and transformation – Revolution or evolution?
Andrew Douglas, Chief Executive of Global Trade Repository Europe and MD Head of Government Relations Europe and Asia, DTCC
Sean Foley, CTO Financial Services, Microsoft Corp
Will Lovell, Head of Future Technologies Division, Bank of England
11:25 – Making legacy nimble – Eric Crabtree, Global Head of Financial Services, Unisys
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10:10 – Panel discussion – Europe’s capital markets – Dead buried or alive and kicking
David Folkerts-Landau, Group Chief Economist and Global Head of Research, Deutsche Bank
Huw Pill, Chief European Economist, Goldman Sachs
Richard Sharp, Chief Executive, DII Capital UK and Member of the FPC, Bank of England
Matthew Westerman, Co-Head of Global Banking, Group General Manager, HSBC
Mark Yallop, Chair, FICC Markets Standards Board
09:50 – Keynote presentation – Andreas Dombret, Executive Board Member, Deutsche Bundesbank
“We are neighbours we are friends and we need to come together to speak to each other” – Andreas Dombret
“Interest rates, regulatory environment and Brexit are some of the key issues facing the German banking sector” – Andreas Dombret
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09:30 – Keynote presentation – Vincenzo La Via, Director General, Dipartimento del Tesoro
09:10 – Keynote presentation – Mark Garnier MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for International Trade
“The BBA are strong advocates for the financial services sector” – Mark Garnier MP
“There are some regulatory issues in Brexit that can make the UK even more attractive” – Mark Garnier MP
09:00 – Welcome from Anthony Browne, CEO, BBA.
“There should be a commitment to the banking tax surcharge being seen as a temporary measure” – Anthony Browne, CEO, BBA
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