The Financial Services Club is delighted to announce the
opening of our new Nordic Region Club in Q4, with two meetings planned in
Stockholm and Oslo.
London, the Financial Services Club was established in 2004 as a private networking
club for financial professionals that focuses on the future of financial
services. The Financial Services Club meet regularly for debates,
commentary, ideas and discussions and provides a platform for practitioners,
regulators and industry leaders to meet, network and discuss the future of our
industry. The Club currently hosts over 50
events a year, in a number of different European countries including Dublin, Edinburgh, London, Vienna
The Financial Services Club further extends its geographic
reach to cover the Nordic Region, hosting a number of meetings in Stockholm,
Copenhagen, Oslo and Helsinki over the coming twelve months in partnership with Capco, Cicero and FIS.
The inaugural meeting of the Financial Services Club Nordics
will take place on October 24th
in Stockholm and focus upon How Trading Infrastructures are Changing, with a panel discussion comprising:
Randall, founder and former CEO of Chi-X Europe;
Neiglick, founder and former CEO of Burgundy; and
Vainio, Deputy CEO of Euroclear Finland / Head of Infrastructure division,
Euroclear Finland and Euroclear Sweden.
infrastructures remain largely fit for purpose today, it's clear that there are
many challenges and opportunities ahead. Developments in cloud computing,
mobile payments, big data and more are changing the nature of these
infrastructures, along with increasing vulnerabilities to cyberattacks and
malware. In addition, changes in core systems pushed upon the industry by
regulators such as real-time payments and clearing, SEPA, the Payment Services
Directive, TARGET2 for Securities and the European Markets Infrastructure
Regulation (EMIR) are changing the dynamics of post-trade and payments too. The
industry must continue to meet these challenges head-on to transform payment
services, at the same time as retaining its crucial reputation for payment
continuity. How is the industry doing this?
meeting is planned to take place on 21st November 2013 in Oslo, and will focus upon the Impact
of Ubiquitous Technologies on the Customer Experience
We are seeing radical changes due to new mobile and tablet
computing technologies impacting the customer relationship in banking.
This has changed focus for many financial institutions, with many banks now
moving from online banking to personal financial management to mobile social
finance. What is mobile social finance, and how are Nordic firms
embracing these changes?
Speakers include Roy
Vella, former head of mobile for PayPal and RBS
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