2019 has inserted a tone of transition for banks and nonbank financial companies on several fronts.
Uncertainty about the credit cycle, declining interest rates, and regulatory developments remain key drivers of the sector even as operational challenges, structural changes including fintech, and growing awareness of ESG also play a role in shaping the future of financial institutions. In response, company managements are obliged to rethink corporate strategies for the long haul in little and big ways, and get increasingly tactical about how to respond.
If you’re looking to better understand how these myriad currents will affect the financial industry, please join us November 21, 2019 for S&P Global Ratings’ 2019 Financial Institutions Conference, in New York City.
Panel discussions and presentations will cover a dynamic array of topics relevant to the sector including:
Macro and credit trends
Corporate strategies for success
Underwriting trends and emerging risks
GSEs and housing reform
Source : Event website
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