The forces reshaping global banking such as regulatory reform, artificial intelligence and big data, the growth in ‘shadow banking’, a decrease in cross-border financial activity, subdued growth of international trade, and new risk factors are compelling finance leaders to question yet again the optimum model for global banking. How are both developed economy and emerging market institutions responding to the rapidly changing environment and what are the priority issues confronting banking institutions? How might these trends impact human capital, customer relations, and risk management systems? What should a sound, modern global bank look like in the next decade, and how big a transformation is needed to get there? What new opportunities might arise for emerging market institutions, in particular Russian and Asian banks?
John Defterios , Emerging Markets Editor, CNN
Lionel Barber , Editor, The Financial Times
Hans-Paul Buerkner , Chairman, The Boston Consulting Group
Andrey Kostin , President, Chairman of the Management Board, Member of the Supervisory Council, Member of the Strategy and Corporate Governance Committee, VTB Bank
James С. Cowles , Chief Executive Officer Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Citigroup Inc.
Daniel Pinto , Chief Executive Officer, Corporate and Investment Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Philipp Roesler , Member of the Managing Board, Head of Regional and Government Engagement, World Economic Forum
Frederic Oudea , President, European Banking Federation; Chief Executive Officer, Société Générale