Thursday, 14 Feb 2013
City Week, running from 22 – 24 April 2013 , is a high level forum for the discussion of current issues facing the international financial services community. An ‘invitation only’ event, it will bring together senior management from both the providers and users of international financial services with politicians, government officials, regulators and others who are contributing to the reshaping of the global industry.
The Week consists of two days of cutting edge conferences, seminars and exclusive social gatherings, with an optional third day of one-on-one networking meeting.
"Given the importance of international financial services to global growth, this event is a great support to the mutual interest we all share in our future prosperity"
William Hague, Foreign Secretary
Established on an annual basis since 2010, City Week is organised under a partnership between the UK Government, TheCityUK and City & Financial.
The City Week 2013 Board of Patrons, most of whom will be speaking at the Week itself, are leading figures from the financial and political worlds, including: Lord Green, Minister of State for Trade and Investment; Lord Brittan, Vice Chairman, UBS Investment Bank; Douglas Flint, Chairman, HSBC Group; Sir Philip Hampton, Chairman, Royal Bank of Scotland; Sir Thomas Harris, Vice Chairman, Asia, Standard Chartered Bank, Sir David Walker, Chairman, Barclays; Gerry Grimstone, Chairman, Standard Life; Jim O’Neill, Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Xavier Rolet, Chief Executive, London Stock Exchange.
Find more information on speakers, sponsors and the events on the City Week Website