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The impact of Basel II and III regulations on Corporate / Bank relationships

 

GENERAL INFORMATION



Date: Tuesday 17 May 2011, 18.00 - 20.30
Sponsored by HSBC
Focus on the Financial reform, explanation and interactive debate
between speakers with moderator.
Hosted by HSBC, 78 St James's Street, London SW1A 1JB
Cost: £50 + 20% VAT (£60) per person
For more details, please contact Elsa Bréchotte

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The Chamber organised a seminar, sponsored by HSBC, on Tuesday 17th May at St James's Street, to introduce “The impact of Basel II and III regulations on Corporate / Bank relationships” to its members.

HSBC is one of the few global banks which have emerged stronger from the recent financial crisis. Its international presence and broad client base position it as a strong adviser around the global impact of the regulation.

Basel II, and soon Basel III, are considerable regulatory milestones in the banking sector. The new regulations have brought about much debate, but the precise impact on corporates remains and it is still unclear as to what the exact impact for corporates will be.
The objective of this event was to review the Basel requirements and inform companies on available financing options.

Speakers

Philippe Henry, HSBC European Head of Credit & Lending, John Peachey, HSBC Managing Director - Head of Financing Solutions Group,  John Grout, Association of Corporate Treasurers, Philippe Messager, EDF Head of Financing and Investments, Administrator of the AFTE (French Association of Corporate Treasurers) and Jean-Luc Janet, Managing Director of Alliance Medical.
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Who attended

Treasurers, CFOs and CEOs of large corporate and institutions and members who wanted to learn more about the Basel reform.

Programme

    18.00 - 18.15: Registration
    18.15 - 18.45: Introduction and opening presentation
    18.45 - 19.45: Interactive debate followed by a Q&A session
    19.45 - 20.30: Drinks & networking
    20.30: Closure
       

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