The future of banking will look very different than it does today. Faced with a dramatic shift in value across the landscape, unprecedented turmoil, geopolitical risks, climate change, and emerging technologies, banks are taking actions to put new strategies in place to help them prepare for the future.
The leaders of the International Banking Federation (IBfed) will be gathering in Sydney on October 27 to discuss global issues for banking.
Oliver Wyman and ABA are hosting a Global Insights event, where we will hear insights from the Chairs and CEOs of international banking associations, academics and government.
The invitation only event aims to uncover key priorities in other jurisdictions, understand how the industry can partner with government and academia from an advocacy and policy perspective and offer a playbook for the road ahead.
About The Organiser
The Australian Banking Association (ABA) is an association of 20 member banks in Australia. The ABA works with government, regulators and other stakeholders to improve public awareness and understanding of the industry’s contribution to the economy and to ensure Australia’s banking customers continue to benefit from a stable, competitive and accessible banking industry.
The ABA is led by Anna Bligh, Chief Executive Officer, who is supported by a team of senior public policy staff. Anna started in the role in April 2017 and is focused on strengthening trust and confidence in banking and delivering better outcomes for customers. The ABA is governed by a Council which comprises Chief Executive Officers of member banks. Visit www.ausbanking.org.au for more information.