View from Felaban 2014

View from Felaban

Date: 15 – 18 November, 2014

Location: Medellin, Colombia

The Banker is attending the  Felaban Annual Assembly 2014, and will be reporting regularly from the event with viewpoints and thought-led discussions with key industry figures.

With articles, reports and videos, The Banker’s View From Felaban 2014 is your ideal guide to the event. 

Register today for free access to three articles every month and ensure you are fully up to date with all the themes discussed at the Felaban Annual Assembly 2014.

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