Be part of the Philippine International Banking Convention
The Philippine’s is set for substantial growth after a stronger-than-expected start to the year and with increased spending on infrastructure, but some warn this might be the early stage of a credit boom, citing the enormous liquidity enjoyed by the banking sector. In addition uncertainty continues as the export dependent country might start to feel the effects from Europe and a China slowdown. The Philippines financial sector will need to take this opportunity to learn from best practices domestically and internationally as it manages it growth in 2013.
The Asian Banker is pleased to announce that we are organising a one day Philippines International Banking Convention in Manila, on 6th September 2012, to encapsulate these changes and to link the Philippines and international banking communities.
This conference is designed as a conversation point between senior bankers in the Philippines with the international community including banks, service providers and technology vendors who wish to learn in greater detail about the Philippine banking industry.
The current key opportunities and challenges in the Philippine banking industry include:
- Implementation of Basel III
- The Eurozone & US
- The future of remittance mobility
- Use of channels for distribution
- Streamlining of financial services
- Increasing demands of 80 million customers
- Profitability and cost management
- Supporting Corporates
To capture this engaging debate and to bring the best practices and benchmarks from around the world the format of this event will be highly interactive to facilitate the learning and testing of ideas. The conference agenda, in response to the rapidly changing landscape of the Philippine banking system will include discussions on:
- Retail banking,
- Technology & Operations
- Risk management, and
- Transaction Banking