Next Generation Financial Services Centres

The successful financial centres of the future will leverage on global standards, the global power of technological solutions, and access to the most lucrative markets. FCSDublin2019 will be a meeting place for developing links and solutions-based networks across jurisdictions, including Ireland, UK, EMEA, Asia, and the Americas.

Key note speakers include:

Jay Clayton, chairman, Securities & Exchange Commission, USA;

Ken Clarke, MP, QC, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, United Kingdom;

The Chief Justice of Ireland, the Hon Mr Justice Frank Clarke;

Valérie Urbain, Chief Executive Officer, Euroclear Bank SA/NV;

Mary O'Dea, Chief Executive, Institute of Banking, Ireland.

Chairman of the SEC in the USA, Jay Clayton, the United States’ most senior regulatory official for the stock markets and for other exchanges and markets, is possibly the most important US regulator outside of the Chairman of the Fed.

Ken Clarke, QC, and MP, Former Chancellor of the Exchequer, and “Father’ of the House of Commons.

Ireland's Chief Justice, the Hon Mr Justice Frank Clarke, is the most senior national chief justice amongst EU nations presiding over a common law legal system in the European Union. He is an advocate of the development of the common law tradition within EU27, and the potential of the Republic of Ireland's Courts system as a Common Law Finance Centre for arbitration and resolution after Brexit.

Building bridges, making links

The Summit Agenda will have the theme of building bridges between financial services centres globally, through the development of mutual recognition and common standards, be they through common legal systems and global regulatory and financial standards.

FS Sectors: Asset management; Investment banking; Aviation Finance; Banking/Treasury & Insurance/reinsurance

Industry issues: Innovation in financial services; The development of public markets; Fintech; ESG; Innovative product development in asset management and Structured finance

Centres, Jurisdictions and Economic Areas Represented: Ireland; USA; UK; European Union; OECD.