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The Finanser’s #SIBOS Week: 18th September – 25th September 2011

For those who are that interested, here are all the blog entries made during the week at SIBOS in one place …   SIBOS 2011 – what will be the big themes? We should be talking about risk. And so SIBOS begins First impressions. Brett King launches Movenbank at #sibos #innotribe Brett King, author of Bank 2.0, is…

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The Finanser’s Week: 25th October – 31st October 2010

  Our biggest stories of the week are all about SIBOS, the annual tradeshow run by SWIFT … Top Tips for TradeshowsThis year’s SIBOS has three themes: regulation, recovery and rebuilding trust.  So, let’s explore these briefly. Chew lips from Amsterdam A discussion with the market infrastructures for clearing and settlement. Banks are just safe keepers…

Which nation will be next global superpower?

As mentioned the other day, we are asking some big ticket long-term questions at SIBOS this year, such as: When will we know that financial systems work? How will we know when financial risk is not an issue anymore? What will America and Europe be doing when the economic power balance has shifted to Asia?…

SIBOS: the end is nigh … but only until next year

The end of SIBOS 2008 or almost. The party is to come and I think folks a finally cheering up a bit. The weather is clear and sunny, the work is done, the markets are still turbulent but more stable and we are beginning to relax. Not with complacency, but with relief. After running around…

SIBOS: the end is nigh … but only until next year

The end of SIBOS 2008 or almost. The party is to come and I think folks a finally cheering up a bit. The weather is clear and sunny, the work is done, the markets are still turbulent but more stable and we are beginning to relax. Not with complacency, but with relief. After running around…

Europe’s annual drinks festival moves to Boston

Europe’s greatest export to promote the art of strong drinking opens next week in one of America’s oldest cities, Boston.  SIBOS, an acronym for Standing In Buckets Of Slop, was created by the Belgians as a way to promote wine and beer drinking and is normally held in the Autumn to pre-empt Germany’s October Beerfest…

Europe’s annual drinks festival moves to Boston

Europe’s greatest export to promote the art of strong drinking opens next week in one of America’s oldest cities, Boston.  SIBOS, an acronym for Standing In Buckets Of Slop, was created by the Belgians as a way to promote wine and beer drinking and is normally held in the Autumn to pre-empt Germany’s October Beerfest…

Europe’s annual drinks festival moves to Boston

Europe’s greatest export to promote the art of strong drinking opens next week in one of America’s oldest cities, Boston.  SIBOS, an acronym for Standing In Buckets Of Slop, was created by the Belgians as a way to promote wine and beer drinking and is normally held in the Autumn to pre-empt Germany’s October Beerfest…

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