​​World Economic Forum Annual Meeting

23-26 January
Davos-Klosters, Switzerland

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​SWIFT Middle East Regional Conference

5-7 March 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The 2018 SWIFT Middle East Regional Conference, taking place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, will bring together more than 300 leading financial services executives from across the region to discuss the future of the Middle East’s financial industry. The two day programme will highlight some of the major transformations that have taken place over the last decade in the region. Sessions will focus on the future of payments, financial crime compliance and cyber security.

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IDB Annual meeting of the Boards of Governors

22-25 March
Mendoza, Argentina

​Each year the Boards of Governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) hold their Annual Meeting in one of the Bank's member countries. This official gathering is a forum for discussion among the institution's Governors, most of whom are Ministers of Finance, Presidents of Central Banks, or other high level authorities of the member countries. Representatives of multilateral financial institutions, development agencies, and private banks also attend.

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Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group 

20-22 April
Washington D.C., United States of America

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SWIFT African Regional Conference

Kigali, Rwanada
20-22 June 2018
The 2018 SWIFT African Regional Conference (ARC), hosted in Kigali, Rwanda, brings together more than 450 leading financial services executives from over 40 countries to discuss the trends that are shaping the continent’s future. The three day programme will cover innovation, technology and the future of financial services. Sessions will look at key trends in the region, including the next generation of payments, financial crime compliance and the challenge of de-risking, and the ongoing fight against cybercrime. 

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Asian Development Bank Annual Meeting

3-6 May
Manila, Philippines

The Annual Meeting of the ADB Board of Governors is an opportunity to provide guidance on ADB administrative, financial, and operational directions. The meetings provide opportunities for member governments to interact with ADB staff, nongovernment organizations (NGOs), media, and representatives of observer countries, international organizations, academe and the private sector. ADB’s annual meetings have become a premier forum for the discussion of economic and social development issues in Asia and the Pacific.

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EBRD Annual Meeting and Business Forum

9-10 May
Dead Sea, Jordan
EBRD’s Twenty-seventh Annual Meeting and Business Forum will be held in Jordan, a country famed for its hospitality, rich in history and with an extraordinary cultural heritage.
The Business Forum typically attracts senior government officials, leading financial and corporate executives, and entrepreneurs large and small – as well as representative of civil society organisations and the international and regional media. As a guest of the Business Forum, you will have ample opportunity to network at official and social events.

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Institute of International Finance (IIF) Spring Membership Meeting

23-24 May
Brussels, Belgium
The IIF will bring the Spring Membership Meeting to the center of Europe where 700+ attendees will hear from global policymakers including senior EU officials, as well as private sector leaders and innovators.

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​​2018 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank Group

12-14 October
Bali Nusa Dua, Indonesia

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Sibos

22-25 October
Sydney, Australia

In 2018, the world’s premier financial services event returns to the Harbour City for the third time.

Besides its iconic Opera House, Sydney is known for being a major financial and economic hub, not just for Australia, but for the whole Asia-Pacific region.

It provides a quarter of the national GDP, and is home to the headquarters of more than 90 banks.

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