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SALZBURG GLOBAL FINANCE FORUM

Past Program

Overview

Salzburg Global Seminar and Securities Commission Malaysia are convening an evening discussion of the annual Salzburg Forum on Finance in a Changing World and its 2018 program The Promise and Perils of Technology: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cybercrime, and FinTech. The meeting will take place at the Hotel Mandarin Oriental in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, February 7, 2018. 

The annual off-the-record Forum convenes public and private sector thought leaders who are committed to financial stability and global economic growth for a forward-looking two-day gathering each June in Salzburg, Austria.The program will consider how radical technology-driven changes may impact societies, economies and financial markets around the world, what this means for policy, regulation and practitioners in the short and longer term and how we can channel the powerful forces of technology in a positive way. The Forum has a 7-year solid track record with expanding global reach. We are hosting this discussion in Kuala Lumpur to engage views and perspectives from the Asia-Pacific Region on how technology is changing the financial services industry and the role the finance sector will play in a rapidly changing digital future.

For more information on the event, please send an email to Mr. Jan Heinecke (jheinecke(at)salzburgglobal.org).

Program

17:30 – Drinks Reception

18:00 – Welcome

•    Ranjit Ajit Singh, Chairman, Securities Commission Malaysia

18:10 – Salzburg Global Seminar's Forum on Finance in a Changing World & 2018 Program, The Promise and Perils of Technology: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cybercrime, and Fintech

•    Benjamin Glahn, Vice President, Salzburg Global Seminar
•    Masamichi Kono, Deputy Secretary-General, OECD
•    Douglas Flint, former Chairman, HSBC plc; Salzburg Finance Forum Advisory Committee Member
•    Junko Nakagawa, Executive Vice President, Executive Managing Director & Chief Risk Officer, Nomura Asset Management
•    David Wright, Chair, EUROFI; Partner at Flint-Global; former Secretary General, IOSCO; Salzburg Finance Forum Advisory Committee Member

19:00 – Discussion and Debate

19:30 – Wrap up and Closure

•    Benjamin Glahn, Vice President, Salzburg Global Seminar
•    Douglas Flint, former Chairman, HSBC plc; Salzburg Finance Forum Advisory Committee Member
•    David Wright, Chair, EUROFI; Partner at Flint-Global; former Secretary General, IOSCO; Salzburg Finance Forum Advisory Committee Member