The Financial Times Global Finance Forum 2010 is one of the leading forums which deals with finance globally. The event will be attended by various speakers from the industry, professionals and other academia. They will discuss on topics pertaining to the upcoming issues related to finance from all over the world, its affects and remedies. They will also focus on the market, consumers, and financial aids for those who need it.
Some of the key topics to be discussed during the forum are as under:
- What will the actual scope of the Dodd-Frank Act be as it goes through the rule making and implementation processes?
- How will the global alternative investment industry evolve as a result of the US Financial Reform and the proposed EU Alternative Investments Fund Managers Directive (AIFM)?
- What tangible progress has been made on the oversight of the derivatives markets and the management of the failure of large financial institutions?
- What will Basel III end up looking like and what impact will the new capital and liquidity requirements have on banks' structures?
- Senior executives of large banking
- Insurance and securities firms
- Senior government officials involved in policy making
- Advisory capacities on oversight of financial markets
- Lawyers representing clients in the financial services industry
- Accountants who audit financial services firms
- Financial regulatory bodies
- Academia (experts in international finance, regulation or economics)