5th Financial Center Meeting 2012
The global financial markets are complex as well as interdependent. In the long term, the European Union aims to create a harmonised financial market. How do the new requirements affect financial markets? How can the regulatory environment be enhanced? How do harmonisation efforts affect the added value?
Apart from regulatory changes, the financial management also focuses on the optimisation and automation of internal processes to comply with investors’ aims for yield. For these reasons, the application of new information technologies becomes a relevant factor in respect of competition. How can standards support this process?
The significance of the financial centre Frankfurt is emphasised by the large scope of residing finance companies, last but not least the European Central Bank. In addition, Frankfurt offers comprehensive educational institutions. Is Frankfurt sufficiently prepared to compete with other financial centres? What needs to be improved?
The financial centre Frankfurt has become as innovative as other international centres and is even setting trends, e.g. certificates. What challenges do new and complex financial instruments pose? How can the required transparency be guaranteed? How can issuers be supported?
This forum presents the cooperation between regulators, issuers, intermediaries, stock exchanges, settlement agencies, and investors and offers a communication platform to the integrated financial industry to discuss current developments and their effects.
This meeting offers the participants:
- A platform to exchange experiences with other colleagues
- Interesting user reports from various trades and applications
- Lectures on and roadmaps for the financial solutions area etc.
This meeting is designed for issuers, financial and information solution providers, consultants, intermediaries, liquidators, institutional investors and sales units, as well as regulators.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to expand your knowledge – on 14 and 15 March 2012 in Frankfurt.