The 6th EU-Asia Financial Services Dialogue and Dinner takes place on 10 October 2019 in Tokyo, in the framework of the Japanese G20 Presidency.
This annual event has become the established discussion platform for European and Asia policymakers and industry. It brings together around 250 senior regulators, supervisors, representatives from the financial services industry from Europe and Asia. It is the private stakeholder event of the EU-Asia-Pacific Forum on Financial Regulation and the APAC Regional Committee of IOSCO and is also timed to take place just before the EU-Japan High-Level Meeting on financial issues.
This year’s Dialogue will focus on EU-Asia regulatory challenges including FinTech, Sustainable Finance and Demographic Challenges.
Speakers already confirmed include:
Toshio Tsuiki, Deputy Secretary General, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS), Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
Ashley Alder, Chair, IOSCO
Jean-Paul Servais, Chair of the Belgium Financial Services Authority and Vice-Chair of IOSCO
Pierre Van Peteghem, Treasurer, Asian Development Bank
Jin Liqun, President, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
Masayoshi Amamiya, Deputy Governor, Bank of Japan (BoJ)
Steven Maijoor, Chair of ESMA
Olivier Guersent, Director General of DG FISMA
Toshihide Endo, Commissioner, Financial Services Authority Japan (JFSA)
Jun Mizuguchi, Deputy Commissioner for International Affairs, Financial Services Agency Japan (JFSA)
Satoshi Izumihara, Deputy Director, International Capital Markets Regulation, International Affairs Office, Financial Services Agency of Japan (JFSA)
G8-plus was fortunate to attend the annual Amsterdam Investor Forum 2019, organized by ABN AMRO Clearing. This most interesting event took place in Amsterdam on 19 and 20 March 2019. Now in its 8th year, the forum welcomed 250+ Institutional investors, fund managers and industry participants to debate and discuss the most important challenges and opportunities facing the industry in 2019.
SCCN participated in interesting discussions about the development of new, complex financial instruments and the formation of subsidiaries of Swiss financial firms in The Netherlands. The result has been that at least one firm is convinced that it needs to establish a Dutch entity in order to expand its network in Europe. It is very well possible that ABN AMRO Clearing will be chosen as its banking partner.
ABN AMRO Clearing is an independent global business partner providing an integrated service package for professional businesses. The pedigree of the firm goes back to the 1980’s, when the first Options Exchange in Europe was started in Amsterdam. Since then ABN AMRO Clearing have grown into a leading global securities services provider. Operating for many years under the “MeesPierson” and “Fortis” brand, the firm rebranded in ABN AMRO Clearing.
Today ABN AMRO Clearing clears and finances over 16 million trades per day and the section covers 90 of the world’s leading exchanges across Europe, the Americas and Asia Pacific. ABN AMRO Clearing’s international network provides comprehensive market access to exchange-listed instruments such as stocks, futures and options. It also covers non-exchange listed investment instruments and alternative products including bonds, OTC derivatives, warrants, forex, forwards and energy and commodities derivatives.
ABN AMRO Clearing consistently ranks among the top three clearers in every time zone, based on market share of transactions cleared.
We are glad to announce that our next WorldTour event will take place in Munich! Meet us at 6:00 pm on the 6th of November at the “Bibliothek – Literaturhaus München”.
Planet of finance’s team will be there with our Country Manager for Germany, Stefan Klaile from Xolaris to welcome you and discuss how we make your life easier. We will take this opportunity to present The Online Investor Summit, an international forum that will happen online on the 14th of November.
Join us for a dynamic evening with our growing community of finance professionals!
The Swiss Business Club Blockchain Event, sponsored by G8plus, was a high-quality, community event. By all accounts, it was a great day out. A lot of hard work went into making the event go off so smoothly. I would like to thank all who made it happen.
The SBC welcomed professionals from 10 nations, including The Netherlands, Switzerland, China, Denmark, France, Germany and the United Arab Emirates.
Our hosts, Regus, did an excellent job organizing and managing the event. They made the event look well-run, and professional.
Marleen Evertsz, CEO NXChange, NXChange is the next generation stock exchange.
Johannes Bertens, Tech Expert, Blockchain Business Developer & Startup Thinking Advocate, at OneUp.Company.
If it were not for you such an informative and valuable event would not have been possible.
Thank you to all of the event sponsors! Without your support, both in sponsoring the event itself and in your ongoing contributions to the Swiss Business Club, the event could not have been such a success.
Last but not least, the attendees. Thank you all for coming to Schiphol airport and participating in the Swiss Business Club Blockchain Event. Without you, there is no event, so once again thank you so much for your attendance and support or interest in the value of blockchain for entrepreneurs.
Notre seconde édition des “breakfast Planet of finance” se déroulera au Café de Paris en collaboration avec Horizon Global Investors Ltd. venant tout droit de Londres le mardi 15 mai 2018 à partir de 8 h.
En 2018, faut-il investir dans l’immobilier ?
L’immobilier reste une classe d’actifs qui apporte des opportunités de rendement et de diversification uniques; l’immobilier en Principauté de Monaco en est un exemple mais qu’en est-il des autres marchés immobiliers ?
Sur un thème de “l’immobilier autrement”, Karim Tak et Alistair Evans vous présenteront des stratégies alternatives pour investir dans l’immobilier.
Marleen Evertsz, CEO NXChange, NXChange is the next generation stock exchange.
Maarten van den Noort, CLO Amicorp, Amicorp provides a broad range of administrative, legal, corporate secretarial and supports services to a broad range of mostly corporate, and high-net-worth clients.
Blockchain is an undeniably ingenious invention – the brainchild of a person or group of people known by the pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto. But since then, it has evolved into something greater, and the main question every single person is asking is: What is Blockchain?
By allowing digital information to be distributed but not copied, blockchain technology created the backbone of a new type of internet. Originally devised for the digital currency, Bitcoin, the tech community is now finding other potential uses for the technology.
Bitcoin has been called “digital gold,” and for a good reason. To date, the total value of the currency is close to $9 billion US. And blockchains can make other types of digital value.
Like the internet (or your car), you don’t need to know how the blockchain works to use it. However, having a basic knowledge of this new technology shows why it’s considered revolutionary. So, we hope you enjoy this event.
Contact G8plus for more details or to meet in person at this event.
The World Tour has begun! After Paris Planet of Finance is officially launched in Luxembourg!
We will celebrate on the 26th April 2018 at Sofitel Grand Ducal in Luxembourg and come discover Planet of finance. Our co-founder Nicolas Delorme will be there to introduce Planet of finance and all the exciting new features that we are rolling out over the next few months.
Join us for an unforgettable evening with our growing community of wealth management professionals and our BENELUX Country Manager Jacques De Cae! Join us!
The latest event in Zurich on 28 November 2017 turned out to be very successful. Four clients were able to talk to potential investors, sharing their funding needs and business strategies. Everything went very smoothly and we received many complimentary remarks. The cuisine was splendid.
Meet us in Amsterdam and make capital connections during the Amsterdam Capital Week
Startups need capital to support their growth. For most founders, bootstrapping a company until its IPO is something they can only dream of. To boost the capital ecosystem in the Netherlands and increase the availability of growth capital for startups,
The City of Amsterdam realised that, to play its part in the European tech ecosystem, it had to invest in the city’s vibrant startup scene. Local government teamed up with the startup community and drafted a plan of action: StartupAmsterdam. This plan was drafted around five pillars: capital, talent, launching customers, content and a more startup-minded environment. StartupAmsterdam is a public/private initiative, with a time-span of four years to fortify the city’s position as leading startup hub in Europe, and increase the international visibility of Amsterdam’s startup ecosystem.
Since the first edition in September 2015, the week has grown into a signature event for Amsterdam’s startup ecosystem.
25th September 2017.
“The week features high-level events covering capital for the various phases of start-ups and scale-ups.”