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Event Overview


Keynote Speakers Confirmed
Helena Morrissey, Head of Personal Investing, Legal & General Investment Management
Robert Tipp, Managing Director and Chief Investment Strategist, Prudential Investment Management


The annual Global Borrowers & Bond Investors Forum will be returning to London on 19-20 June 2020.

2018 is well underway with January already behind us. For some it came with a bump, as investors dealt with the introduction of Mifid II. For others, benign conditions provided the perfect backdrop for making a head start on their funding programmes for the year.

In 6 months’ time Euromoney Conferences will be back in London for the 27th Global Borrowers & Bond Investors Forum to discuss market conditions, investment outlooks and the biggest issuance pipelines globally.

We have conducted extensive research to create an exciting and informative agenda which will keep you busy throughout the two days. Just some of the topics we will be discussing include:

    The future of asset management
    Supranationals and agencies: the development objectives
    Facing a harsh new environment for corporate funding
    Bank funding strategies and the opportunities for bank capital investors
    Ethical issuing and investing and ESG 2.0: what is it?
    Fintech: risks, opportunities but above all: change
    Funding the State – new approaches to the national debt
    Black swans: what could possibly go wrong?
    Opportunities in the inflation-linked bond market

This year there will also be a section of the agenda with a focus on bank capital for FIG issuers and investors. The roundtable format of the sessions will allow you to get involved and join in with the conversation.

To view the new sessions, topics for discussion and speakers confirmed so far, check out the latest agenda.

Don’t miss out on one of the biggest meetings of debt capital market participants globally. Apply for your place today!


 “The Global Borrowers & Bond Investors Forum is always a great chance to hear from leading investment firms and issuers on the latest trends and strategies in the market. It’s also a great chance to reconnect with others in the industry. It’s one not to miss if you’re a bond professional.”

Kenneth Volpert, Head of Investments, Europe and Global Head of Fixed Income Indexing, Vanguard


“The conference is a great opportunity to meet the international capital market community - lively discussions and fruitful meetings are successfully combined on this event.”
Petra Wehlert, First Vice President, Head of Capital Markets, KfW Bankengruppe


“One of the best financial conferences of the year with a very good mix of presentations and discussion panels on key topics in the fixed income universe. As usual, very well attended with participants from Europe, the US and Asia.”
Richard Butler, Head of Credit Analysis, Amundi


“A key networking conference to meet people from the financial industry.”
Paul Dudouit, Managing Director, Head of Medium and Long Term Funding, Crédit Foncier


Have you booked your seats yet at the Investment Immigration Summit MENA in Dubai on 25-27 February?


Highlights include:

    The drivers for investment migration from MENA?
    How to effectively manage and utilize dual citizenship ? strategies for the Middle East client
    The Changing Face of EB-5 and its impact on MENA investors
    The symbiotic relationship between wealth management, tax/estate planning and citizenship by investment in the age of transparency
    The Common Reporting Standard '?' best and worst case scenarios
    And many more!


World Business Year readers enjoy a 10% discount to attend.

Use promo code BD1057WBY upon registration!


If you are an immigration agent, wealth manager, family office or a financial planning professional, you can claim a special entry into the Summit.


The 7th International Conference will be hosted by Strathclyde Business School ( and the Centre for Financial Regulation and Innovation (CFRI), in Glasgow during 1-3 June, 2020. The conference will be under the auspices of the Financial Engineering & Banking Society (, a non-profit research society, aiming towards the promotion of decision making approaches in the fields of finance, financial engineering and banking.


Past plenary speakers were: Franklin Allen, Arnoud Boot, Stavros Zenios (Malaga, 2016); Edward Altman, Robert DeYoung (Nantes, 2015); Thorsten Beck, Bruno Biais, Steven Ongena (Guildford, 2014); Darrell Duffie, Ike Mathur (Paris, 2013); Lucio Sarno, Ike Mathur (London, 2012); Iftekhar Hasan (Chania, 2011).



The conference theme is “Financial Markets, Innovation and Regulation” and will cover a wide range of topics related to financial innovation and technology, financial regulation, financial engineering, bank governance, and financial markets, including but not limited to:


    Innovation and regulation

    The emergence of FinTech

    Blockchain clearing

    FinTech and financial stability

    The principles and quality of accounting standards

    Asset pricing and portfolio valuation

    Clearing houses, CCP

    Capital adequacy and requirements

    Risk measures and stress testing: regulations, measurement and test

    Credit counterparty risk, CVA

    The role of rating agencies

    Financial intermediaries and shareholders remuneration

    Insurance companies

    Systemic risk outlook, methods and data

    Macro-economic impact of regulations on growth, sovereign debt, credit markets, etc.

    The legal context and "post-market" activities

    Financial vulnerability

    Corporate Finance

    Commodities Markets

    Mergers and Acquisitions



- Jonathan Crook, Professor of Business Economics and Director of Research at the University of Edinburgh Business School; Joint Editor of the Operational Research Society; Fellow of Financial Institutions Center, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; External Research Fellow of the Centre for Finance, Credit and Macroeconomics at the University of Nottingham; and Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.


- Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School; past president of the European Finance Association; Head of the School's Finance & Accounting subject group; Director (Research) of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF); and a member of the Cambridge Corporate Governance Network (CCGN).


کتاب عملیات بانکی در عرصه بین الملل -سرفصل ها،ضمائم ،توصیه صاحب‏نظران ارزی و مدیران ارشد بانکی

Investment Consulting &Project Finance


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