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2016

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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GarantiBank International

Head of FX & FX Derivatives

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Kevin
ZHAO

UBS Asset Management

Managing Director, Head of Global Sovereign and Currency, Fixed Income Group

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Markus
SONDEREGGER

Sberbank (Switzerland) AG

Head of ALM / Treasury

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Satu
JAATINEN

Commerzbank AG

Managing Director, Head of Global Corporate Solutions

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Jan
LAMBREGTS

Rabobank

Global Head of Financial Markets Research

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Gerhard
BIASI

UniCredit

Managing Director, Head of Interest Rate, FX & Inflation Structuring and Deputy Global Head, Structured & Solutions Group

Interesting Case Studies from the Agenda 2016

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Jan
LAMBREGTS

Rabobank

Global Head of Financial Markets Research

FX WARS

FX Wars – Nowhere to Hide?

If you cannot create a sufficient economic growth yourself, you have to steal it from someone else. Consecutively the US, Japan and Europe have learned on external demand via weak currencies. Recently China has been reluctantly forced to jump on the bandwagon. It makes for a worrisome race to the bottom with parallels to the 1930s.

  • Why is the history repeating itself: rationale and drivers behind the current developments
  • Implications for global economy and financial marketsA
  • Historic lessons from past FX wars

EMERGING MARKET RISK

Containing Emerging Markets Risk and Cost of Hedging Simultaneously

Many financial and non–financial companies with emerging markets risks face the decision of not hedging and accepting the cash flow and investment volatility or hedging with a high expense. This presentation illustrates the way of reducing both – the risk and the cost – in emerging markets simultaneously.

  • Emerging markets currency risk is difficult to manage – potentially large yet costly to contain
  • There is an alternative, which allows lower cost and risk for the emerging markets investments and cash flows
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Satu
JAATINEN

Commerzbank AG

Managing Director, Head of Global Corporate Solutions

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Gerhard
BIASI

UniCredit

Managing Director, Head of Interest Rate, FX & Inflation Structuring and Deputy Global Head, Structured & Solutions Group

CORPORATE INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE

How do you see the corporate investment landscape in one or two years’ time?

Corporate liquidity situation continues to improve, however, at the same time, we can see the sight-deposit and interest rate levels close to ZERO.

  • ECB: negative deposit rates – a situation never seen in Europe before
  • Traditionally: Full cash position often invested short–term into a “risk–free” products, but now this means loss of the “real corporate wealth”
  • This situation means that corporate clients have to change their traditional way of liquidity management in order to avoid negative income
  • In doing so corporate clients will challenge the product “offer for asset products” by financial institutions
  • In that way the traditional business model of financial institutions in servicing corporate liquidity will have to change within the next years

Ultimate Session

FOR NETWORKING

Every morning starts with a great ice-breaking activity – Speed Networking Session. This session is designed to give all participants the opportunity to meet and introduce themselves to their fellow participants before the official conference starts.

Don’t forget your business cards!

Provided Networking Sessions include Coffee Breaks, Networking Lunches, a Cocktail Reception, plus informal gatherings outside conference hours – key tools for establishing future business connections with fellow industry peers.

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  • Very interactive event with high profile participants

    Nordea
  • Great opportunity, I gained a lot of information also during the networking breaks

    ING
  • Very good and informative conference

    Erste Bank


Who this event

WAS DESIGNED FOR

Members of board, C-level, Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads of departments from Banking and Financial industry / industries involved in:

  • Treasury
  • Treasury Sales – Corporate, Institutional, Retail
  • Group Treasury
  • Group ALM
  • FX & Derivatives or FX Trading
  • Financial Markets, Capital Markets
  • Treasury Legal
  • Treasury Operations
  • Treasury Practices
  • Treasury Transformation
  • Corporate Sales and Treasury Solutions
  • Financial Strategy
  • Financial Markets Research
  • Working Capital Management
  • Regulatory Policy Management
  • Treasury & Liquidity Management
  • Capital Management

What differentiates Allan Lloyds’s conferences from the rest?

Tired of attending expos, conferences or events where there is little to no interaction or debate with speakers & delegates?

Allan Lloyds events are famed for being highly interactive. Through our special discussion panels and roundtable discussion formats you will be able to discuss in intimate detail all of the complex issues that you are facing with our speakers and delegates.

Attendees of our events are leaders in their respective companies – meaning you will be able to enjoy indepth discussion with peers!

This is where the real learning & development happens

Venue

17 – 19 MAY 2016 I LONDON

LONDON MARRIOTT HOTEL KENSINGTON

The 3rd Annual Treasury Summit – Financial and Capital Markets was placed in London in the London Marriott Hotel Kensington, 147c Cromwell Road, Kensington, London SW5 0TH, United Kingdom.

Things to do in London:

  • London Eye – Ride on one of the world’s tallest observation wheels
  • Experience the London you have read about in the Harry Potter books and seen in the movies
  • Take a fascinating guided tour of Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
  • Cruise along the Thames River and see the city from the water

WORKSHOP

Workshop A

Strategic Banking Treasury

  • Treasurers foremost concern for the next 12 months
  • Working culture
  • New set of skills
  • Ambassadors able to articulate the value they offer
  • Challenging innovations and threats

Workshop B

2016 Treasury Outlook

  • Flexibility of bonds in 2016
  • Inflation in markets
  • Challenges in the liquidity risk management
  • Mandates provided by the chief financial officer (CFO) and board to treasury
  • Key challenges facing treasury in 2016

GET UPDATES FOR 2017 EDITION

Provide us with your contact details and our team will get back to you with all the updates regarding the upcoming edition of this event.

Take advantage to meet the leading experts within the field and discuss the latest challenges all your competitors are facing.

We are looking forward to welcoming you on board in 2017!

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Contact Details

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Tony Bradley
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