The Banker Events

All the virtual and in-person events coming up across The Banker, gathering leading minds in politics, finance and business with senior TB & FT journalists to discuss the big issues of our time. Upcoming events and on-demand events include:

Crypto and Digital Assets Summit

9-10 May 2023

In-Person & Digital | Leonardo Royal Hotel London Tower Bridge 

Taking a global perspective, the Crypto and Digital Assets Summit returns with a multi-track, two day event focusing on four key areas - markets, regulation, technology, and Web 3.0.

The Summit will cover everything from the Terra Luna crash, the climate credentials of digital assets, central bank digital currencies, crypto market consolidation, institutional appetite, NFTs, and much more. It will bring together leaders in finance and regulatory professionals with crypto entrepreneurs and DeFi leaders to explore how the industry is developing and growing following a year of uncertainty

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Global Banking Summit 2023

27-29 November 2023

Digital & In-Person | London 

Join the Financial Times at the Global Banking Summit, where top tier banking leaders, fintechs, regulators and policy makers will come together to discuss what the future holds for strategy, technology, climate action, and regulation in the global banking sector. 

Over three days, the FT will interview the world's top banking CEOs, addressing the key challenges they face with the industry evolving at a rapid pace amid a darkening global economic outlook. 

Hosted by the Financial Times and The Banker, the Global Banking Summit is the undisputed leading event for the industry, covering disruptive technology, financial crime, net zero strategy, financial inclusion, regulatory uncertainty, and much more.

 Register now (Special rates for The Banker readers)

Bank of the Year Awards 2023

Date: TBC | In-person | London 

Regarded as the industry standard for banking excellence, The Banker’s Bank of the Year Awards 2023 will once again be contested by the world's leading financial institutions.

Judged on their ability to deliver returns, gain strategic advantage and serve their markets – winners reap huge benefits in terms of market visibility and position.

As always the competition to win will be very tough. 

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