8th Annual Liquidity and Funding Risk Management conference

December 1-3, 2021 | USA

The 8th Annual Liquidity and Funding Risk Management conference, taking place in New York City and virtually, on the 1st-3rd December, 2021, aims to help liquidity and treasury professionals to monetize excess liquidity generated during the pandemic while effectively managing their risk appetite. Attendees will walk away with practical suggestions on how to optimize their balance sheets in the current low interest rate environment and position their assets to benefit from the economic recovery. Strategies to modernize intraday liquidity management to support real time payments and reporting will also be presented. Discussions will be held on how cloud and Machine Learning (ML) capabilities can be utilized for better data management and the overall resilience of treasury teams.


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SPS Current Investment Issues for Pension Funds

November 9, 2021 | UK

This wide-ranging event aims to address the most pressing investment issues and challenges facing pension funds today. We seek to include strategies suitable for DB and/or DC pension funds that could help them to manage these issues, taking account of global and local regulatory and economic impacts as well as investment considerations and practical matters such as ESG, cashflow, performance, cost, risk management, default and lifestyle strategies.

Finance Professional Show 2021

November 10, 2021 | UK

Established in 2013, and now considered the busiest and most varied financial trade show in London, the Finance Professional Show is the ideal one-day event for funders and providers of financial solutions aimed at the intermediary market. Broad-based and inclusive, this expo delivers. The FP Show is dedicated to the multitude of funding providers in the regulated, commercial and specialist finance markets, bringing lenders and other services providers together with broker delegates to promote better, more varied options for UK borrowers - both professional and consumer. The FP Show boasts over 80 exhibiting brands and an all-day, carefully curated conference programme that provides insight and information to delegates that will assist them in better serving their clients.

Blockchance Europe 2021

December 2-4, 2021 | Germany

BLOCKCHANCE® introduces blockchain and emerging technology for a positive and sustainable future. Our optimistic curiosity attracts and creates a community of like minded people, thought leaders and visionaries. Together with you we can build the foundation for a new era of humanity. The mission of the BLOCKCHANCE® team is to educate people about contemporary economic trends, social changes and chances brought to us by blockchain technology. The 3-day conference, with 100+ speakers and 50+ exhibitors creates a networking, match-making and education platform for c-levels, investors, entrepreneurs, politicians, IT experts, scientists, students, media representatives and the interested public. As well as for futurists, philanthropists and philosophers.

Findata-Financial Services Data Summit 2021

December 7-8, 2021 | Australia

Using Data and Emerging Technology to Drive Innovation and Transformational Growth, Developa Data Centric Culture, While Complying with Ethics and Regulation. Increasing numbers of people are getting worried about data ethics. This goes way beyond privacy, fuelled by regular, viral stories of things going wrong, or near misses. Understanding what the uses of visualisation are, why visualisation is important, who the customers of visualisation are and how sophisticated your visualisation needs to be. Ensuring a holistic approach: assessing the people, processes and technology that impact data quality , Establishing and effectively managing the data quality cycle. The role of regulation and policy to adopt the principles of ethics in AI – how must industry back this? , Amazons misogynistic AI recruitment tool and Microsoft racist Ai chatbot – what must organisations do to prevent bias?