The Future of Private Banking

Venue: Le Méridien Piccadilly

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 30, 2006
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The Institute of Economic Affairs' is proud to bring you its 5th Annual conference on 'The Future of Private Banking.' The private banking industry is experiencing a period of comprehensive change as banks respond to the challenges and opportunities presented by an evolving global environment. Over the next decade, the ability to leverage global scale and reach will prove a key differentiator. Moreover, demand for greater flexibility and specialised services among the high-net worth will increasingly determine strategy. Private banks who are able to identify how the composition of the wealthy is changing and their evolving needs and adapt services accordingly will be afforded a critical advantage in an increasingly competitive market.

With over 110 attendees in 2005, the IEA's Future of Private Banking conference has established itself as a leading industry event attracting high quality speakers and senior-level delegates.

Key speakers include:

Mark Kibblewhite, Managing Director, UK Private Banking, Barclays
Mike Bussey, Chief Executive Officer, Rothschild Banking and Trust
Phil Mcilwraith, Deputy Managing Director, SG Hambros
Paul Turtle, Managing Director, Butterfield Private Bank
Nick Wood, Head of Central Investment Management, Man Investments
Caroline Butler, Director, Lord North Street Ltd
Senior Representative, Isle of Man Government