Stress Testing Europe 2017

STUK-17

The Leading European Stress Testing Conference
Reviewing stress testing requirements and evolving processes whilst moving towards a more automated approach

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Stress Testing Europe 2017 

Taking place 26-27 September, 2017 at the Tower – A Guoman Hotel, St Katharine’s Way, London. 

Key Highlights to be addressed

MULTIPLE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
Balancing the management of multiple regulatory and jurisdictional requirements

BUSINESS DECISION MAKING AND RISK APPETITE
Utilising stress testing results for making informed business decisions to increase value and the use of stress testing for setting risk appetite

REVERSE STRESS TESTING
Understanding objectives to utilise as a risk management tool

POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
Current and upcoming political landscape and incorporating political events into internal stress testing processes

CCAR and PPNR
Lessons learnt and utilising the process to advance stress testing

IFRS 9 AND STRESS TESTING
Incorporating IFRS 9 into the stress testing process and the synergies between IFRS 9 and stress testing models for a unified approach

AUTOMATION
Moving towards a more automated stress testing process
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DATA
Ensuring sufficient data quality with heightened expectations year-on-year

MODELS
Ensuring adaptability of models to support global changes and developments
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THE FUTURE OF STRESS TESTING
How artificial intelligence and machine learning can be used for stress testing

Hear from more than 20 senior stress testing professionals including:

Veleriu Bajenaru

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Managing Director, Head of ERM Stress Testing and Risk Frameworks


Credit Suisse

Volker Weis

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Head of Group Stress Testing, Enterprise Risk Management


Deutsche Bank

Paul Lloyd-Jones

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Managing Director, Planning and Stress Testing


Barclays

Marc Irubétagoyena

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Head of Group Stress Testing and Financial Synthesis


BNP Paribas

Jeff Simmons

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Managing Director, Head of Enterprise Risk Management


Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ

Mario Onorato

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Group Head of Financial and Credit Risk


Generali

Bruce Tattersall

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Head, Stress Testing Delivery


Standard Chartered Bank

Cecilia Gejke

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Head of Stress Testing


Nordea

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Day One | 26 September 2017

08:00 Morning registration and coffee

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

KEYNOTE PANEL DISCUSSION
09:00 Balancing the management of multiple regulatory and jurisdictional requirements to ensure compliance year-on-year

  • Meeting and aligning different regulatory requirements
  • UK and EBA convergence with CCAR
  • Infrastructural changes to cater to regulatory requests
  • Managing global expectations and inconsistencies
  • Standardised resources, systems and outputs
  • Understanding the end goal

Valeriu Bajenaru, Managing Director, Head of ERM Stress Testing and Risk Frameworks, Credit Suisse
Marc Irubétagoyena, Head of Group Stress Testing and Financial Synthesis, BNP Paribas
Mario Onorato, Group Head of Financial and Credit Risk, Generali
Chris Jaques, Managing Director, Head Portfolio, Stress Testing and Analysis, Deutsche Bank

09:50 Regulatory update on key changes and expectations for 2017/2018

  • Key methodology points
  • Projecting through stress tests
    • Net income; impairments; IFRS 9; trading book loss etc.
  • PRA multiple scenarios: Impact on models, processes and governance
  • Producing robust predictions and projections: Using for decision making
  • Exploratory scenarios: Level of treatment, analysis and focus required
  • Managing automations for active analysis and management
  • Ensuring data can be traced back and is auditable processing power

10:30 Morning refreshment break and networking

11:00 Aligning risk disciplines for a more integrated stress testing approach delivering a firmwide view of risk

  • Alignment of enterprise level risk types
  • Moving away from siloed processes and approach
  • Consistency between controls and methodology
  • Linkages and interdependencies across risk disciplines
  • Integration of additional risks into stress testing framework
  • Selection and bucketing of risks
  • Creating credible scenarios to account for key risks and projections
  • Aligning risk and finance

Marc Irubétagoyena, Head of Group Stress Testing and Financial Synthesis, BNP Paribas

11:40 Utilising stress testing results for making informed business decisions to increase value beyond regulatory compliance

  • Generating value from stress tests
  • Systems, modelling and infrastructure: Addressing and managing the complexity efficiently
  • Utilising investment for strategic decision making
  • Balancing regulatory and internal conflictions
  • Building capability to produce answers

Paul Lloyd-Jones, Managing Director, Planning and Stress Testing, Barclays

12:20 Lunch break and networking

DOUBLE SESSION
13:20 Assessing the use of stress testing for setting risk appetite to inform strategic decision making

  • How stress testing can help define risk appetite
  • Level of risk willing to take
  • Using stress testing to dictate business model
  • Risk appetite setting for businesses based on stress results
  • Full transparency on methodology, data and limitations to gain business buy-in

Jeff Simmons, Managing Director, Head of Enterprise Risk Management, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
Volker Weis, Head of Group Stress Testing, Enterprise Risk Management, Deutsche Bank

SCENARIO GENERATION
14:40 Constructing credible and effective scenarios for extrapolating relevant risks inherent in an organisation

  • Quantifying risks on a consistent basis to create credible scenarios
  • Tools to better analyse sensitivities to design stress scenario
  • Factoring in internal and external events
  • Keeping stress testing interesting for senior management: Satisfying regulators and the board
  • Understanding impacts of new scenarios

15:20 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

REVERSE STRESS TESTING
15:50 Reverse stress testing: Understanding objectives to utilise as a risk management tool

  • Identifying and quantifying key areas in risk types
  • Mitigation of key idiosyncratic risks of the bank
  • Selecting and constructing scenarios: Infinite degrees of freedom
  • Running the process smoothly
  • Constructing realistic scenarios for severe outcomes

Andrea Burgtorf, Head of Group Risk Operating Office, Erste Group

PANEL DISCUSSION
POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
16:30 Assessing the current and upcoming political landscape and incorporating political events into internal stress testing processes

  • Real world risk
  • Supporting the bank in preparing for events
  • Responding to political change
  • Accounting for non-financial risks

Chris Jaques, Managing Director, Head Portfolio, Stress Testing and Analysis, Deutsche Bank
Cecilia Gejke, Head of Stress Testing, Nordea
Andrea Burgtorf, Head of Group Risk Operating Office, Erste Group

17:20 Chair’s Closing Remarks

17:30 End of day one and evening cocktail drinks reception

Day Two | 27 September 2017

08:00 Morning registration & coffee

08:50 Chair’s opening remarks

IFRS 9 AND STRESS TESTING
09:00 Assessing the synergies between IFRS 9 and stress testing models and processes for a more unified approach

  • Forward economic guidance generation
  • Synergies between IFRS 9 and stress testing people and systems
  • Forecasting loan losses under IFRS 9 and stress testing for point in time provisions: Managing the two concepts
  • Consistency across both disciplines
  • Organisational challenges: Similar teams working on stress testing and IFRS 9

Antoine Bezat, Head of Stress Testing Methodologies and Models, BNP Paribas

09:40 Incorporating IFRS 9 into the stress testing process

  • IFRS 9 loan losses and stress testing: Integration and consistency
  • Economic scenarios: Approach and impact
  • Nested scenario: Simulating scenarios under scenarios
  • Impact on impairments and what this means
  • Stress tests under IFRS 9: Impact on execution
  • Organisational challenges: Capitalising on IFRS 9

Arsenie Ciobanu, Senior Quantitative Lead, Credit Risk Modelling, Société Générale

10:20 Morning refreshment break and networking

PANEL DISCUSSION
AUTOMATION
10:50 Moving towards a more automated stress testing process for a more efficient ‘business as usual’ framework

  • Automating to a degree of quality and speed: Increasing efficiency
  • Constructing scenarios quicker: Improving stress test lead time
  • Managing and analysing multiple scenarios
  • Gaining most value out of stress testing
  • Leveraging of people and systems
  • Data availability, data consistency

Valeriu Bajenaru, Managing Director, Head of ERM Stress Testing and Risk Frameworks, Credit Suisse
Paul Bryan, Head of Provisions and Forecasting, Santander (tbc)
Nigel Milbank, Head of Stress Testing Delivery, Royal Bank of Scotland

DATA
11:40 Ensuring sufficient data quality with heightened expectations year-on-year for complete, accurate and timely stress testing results

  • BCBS 239: Achieving compliance for stress testing activities
  • The challenge of big data
  • Standardisation of the process for risk data calculation and aggregation
  • Obtaining unified firmwide data sets
  • Ensuring data lineage, granularity and traceability
  • Cross entity governance

Jothi Philip, Global Stress Testing Data Lead, HSBC

12:20 Lunch break and networking

13:20 Ensuring adaptability of models to support global changes and developments

  • Model validation and calibration
  • Soundness of models amongst regulatory changes
  • Comparability of models and impacts
  • Incorporating different types of stress testing and reflecting global developments
  • Limit setting capabilities for certain businesses
  • Managing individual calculation vs. global approach

Nicolas Guittard, Head of Stress Testing Team, PB & WM, Credit Suisse

 

TRADED RISK AND FRTB
14:00 Incorporating the impact on traded risk under the FRTB into stress testing frameworks

  • FRTB modelling
  • FRTB and stress testing
  • Siloe generation expansion
    • Methodologies
  • Internal scenarios for traded risk

CCAR AND PPNR
14:40 Lessons learnt from CCAR: Utilising the process to advance stress testing

  • Key aspects within CCAR to enhance stress testing practices
  • Approaches and best practices
  • Meeting CCAR from an infrastructural perspective
  • Modelling business stress and measures
  • Implementation of PPNR in Europe and balancing cost pressures
  • Obtaining internal data and peer benchmark data
  • Business buy-in and front office engagement

Ulrich Sauder, Head of Stress Methodology, UBS

15:20 Afternoon refreshment break and networking

RINGFENCING
15:50 Consideration for stress testing under structural reform and implications on treatment of ring fenced entities

  • Stressing non ringfenced and ringfenced banks
  • Designing what does and does not fit in ringfence: What to stress and not to stress
  • Making the right assumptions on entities
  • Differing approaches in setting up ringfence: Governance
  • Peer review: Different firms using different business models

16:30 The future of stress testing: How artificial intelligence and machine learning can be used for stress testing

  • Replacing human expert judgement with artificial intelligence
  • Benefits of its use: Efficiency and objectivity
  • Obtaining sufficient information
  • Limiting manual input for faster process

Bruce Tattersall, Head, Enterprise Stress Test Delivery, Standard Chartered Bank

17:10 Chair’s closing remarks

17:20 End of Summit

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Valeriu Bajenaru, Managing Director, Head of ERM Stress Testing and Risk Frameworks, Credit Suisse

Valeriu Bajenaru is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse in the CRO function, based in London. He is responsible for Stress Testing and Risk Frameworks within Group Enterprise Risk Management. 
Valeriu’s experience spans across banking and consulting with his most recent roles being with GE Capital where he was Enterprise Stress Testing Leader and, previously, with RBS as Head of Risk Analytics and Head of Corporate & Institutional Banking Risk Operational Effectiveness. Valeriu has an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

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Antoine Bezat, Head of Stress Testing Methodologies and Models, BNP Paribas

In his current role, Antoine Bezat is responsible for stress testing models and methodologies transversally for credit, market, operational risks, revenues and liquidity for BNP ParibasAfter his studies in statistics and quantitative finance, Antoine started is career at Dexia in 2001, with various positions on quantitative market risk. He became head of model validation for market activities in 2007. Antoine joined BNP Paribas in 2009 with a transversal role on model risk, and worked on the economic capital and stress testing models for credit. In 2013, he designed the credit stress testing models for CIB and became global Head of Credit Stress Testing in 2014.

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Paul Bryan, Head of Provisions & Forecasting, Santander

Paul will be presenting at the upcoming Stress Testing Europe 2017.

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Andrea Burgtorf, Head of Group Risk Operating Office, Erste Group

Andrea Burgtorf joined ERSTE Bank in Vienna in 2014 as Group Risk Operating Officer and Advisor to the CRO. She is responsible for Regulatory Management, Cross Risk Topics and Risk Strategy.  Previously, Andrea worked for Deutsche Bank Enterprise Risk Management as Head of Stress Testing with focus on Group Wide Stress Tests, including regulatory stresstests, benchmark und extreme scenario stresstests as well as Reverse Stress Test and Recovery Planning. Andrea holds a PhD in Finance from the WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management – in Coblence.

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Arsenie Ciobanu, Senior Quantitative Lead, Credit Risk Modelling, Société Générale

Arsenie Ciobanu joined the Credit Risk Modeling team of the Risk Department at Société Générale in 2017 as Senior Quantitative Lead, working on the IFRS 9 and stress testing methodology. Arsenie has started his career at Société Générale in 2013 as an Inspector and holds a master’s degree in economics from the Kyiv School of Economics/University of Houston.

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Cecilia Gejke, Head of Stress Testing, Nordea

Cecilia has a background in Material Physics and development of renewable energy sources before joining the world of Finance. Cecilia has spent many years at institutions like Bear Stearns, JP Morgan, Santander and Mizuho prior to joining Nordea to set up the holistic stress testing team, looking across Market risk, IRRBB, Counterparty credit, Liquidity and Capital. She has a broad risk management experience across the various disciplines including Credit, Market and Liquidity with particular focus around stress testing and capital & liquidity scenario analysis.

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Nicolas Guittard, Head of Stress Testing Team, PB & WM, Credit Suisse

Nicolas was educated at “Grande écoles” in Engineering in France and has a masters in finance. He has worked in Credit Suisse since 2004, with various roles in both London and Zurich including Quant equities, Credit Derivatives trading, Head of Quant Valuation for Traded Zurich Positions and Head of Stress Testing within credit analytics. Nicolas has been a teacher at Skema in Paris and Nice in FMI Master in Finance (10th in the top Masters in Finance from FT list): Credit Derivatives, Credit risk, CVA, VBA pricing. He has also been a speaker at the conference ‘European Stress Testing for Bank’.

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Marc Irubétagoyena, Head of Group Stress Testing and Financial Synthesis, BNP Paribas

Marc Irubetagoyéna is a member of the Group RISK and Finance Executive Committees of BNP Paribas. In his current role, he is responsible for the global stress testing and financial synthesis platform of BNP Paribas. After his studies of Engineering, Finance and Statistics, Marc started his career in consulting at Arthur Andersen in 1999. He joined BNP Paribas in 2002 within Group the Performance Management team. He drove the implementation of a value creation steering program and contributed to BNL Spa integration. In 2006, he moved to the Global Equity and Commodity business, launching notably a Private Equity offer. In 2009, he came back to Group Finance to ensure the financial synthesis of the Retail Banking division. In 2011, he launched a joint team between Group Finance and Group ALM Treasury to steer the liquidity of the Bank and implement a regulatory liquidity reporting framework. In 2015, he took the role of CFO of the Global Market business line. Marc holds Engineer diplomas from Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE.

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Chris Jaques, MD, Head Portfolio, Stress Testing and Analysis, Deutsche Bank

Chris has worked in Financial Services for over 25 years in a variety of roles across derivatives trading, multi asset fund management and risk management.  Chris has worked at Deutsche Bank for 4 years and runs the Portfolio, Stress Testing & Analysis teams in Market Risk Management.

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Paul Lloyd-Jones, Managing Director, Planning and Stress Testing, Barclays

Paul Lloyd-Jones is the Head of Group Planning and Stress Testing for Barclays. Over the past 8 years, Paul has held various positions in Business Performance, at Director and Managing Director level, both in group and in the business. Prior to Barclays he worked for Santander and before that as a Performance Management Specialist for Deloitte Consulting.

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Nigel Milbank, Head of Stress Testing Delivery, RBS

Nigel will be presenting at the upcoming Stress Testing Europe 2017.

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Mario Onorato, Group Head of Financial and Credit Risk, Generali

Mario is Group Head Financial and Credit Risk at Generali and Honorary Professor of the Risk Management Practice at the Cass Business School, City University, London. Previously was Global Practice Leader of Capital and Liquidity Solutions at IBM Risk Analytics former Algorithmics Inc. Prior to joining Algorithmics, Mario was Head of Economic Capital at Misys Banking Systems and Corporate Finance Senior Consultant at Sanwa Bank. Mario has held a number of academic positions in The Netherlands and the UK, he is author of several books and research papers. Mario holds a PhD in Finance

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Jothi Philip, Global Stress Testing – Data Lead, HSBC

Jothi Philip has more than 10 years of experience in the banking industry. At HSBC, he is responsible for the data model of the group-wide PRA stress test and lead data governance around stress test submissions to the regulator. At previous roles in PRA and FSA, Jothi lead a work stream to define and collect the data requirements for the 2014 PRA concurrent stress test and was also involved in the review of compliance of large banking groups and insurance firms to data quality and governance principles in BCBS 239 and Solvency II.

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Ulrich Sauder, Head of Stress Methodology, UBS

Ulrich holds a Masters degree in International Relations from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and a Doctorate in Economics from the University of Warwick. He is a CFA charterholder. Ulrich joined UBS in 2007 and, among other roles, was responsible for the development of the firm-wide risk aggregation framework and regular analytics of the UBS risk-based capital model. Since the end of 2014 Ulrich heads the stress methodology team and has a coordination role across stress testing methodologies employed at UBS.

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Jeff Simmons, Managing Director, Head of Enterprise Risk Management, Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ

Jeff Simmons joined the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ (“BTMU”) in June 2014 as the Head of Enterprise Risk, tasked with creating the function. Prior to joining the bank he spent some 20 years working in the Risk Management arena, this included Market Risk, Credit Risk, Risk Model Validation and Regulatory Risk consulting. At BTMU his responsibilities include the development of a Regional Risk Appetite Framework, including the design and implementation of a forward looking risk appetite framework which can be used for strategic decision making and control purposes. He is also developing an Integrated Stress Testing framework, and subsequently integrating this with the Risk Appetite framework including the analysis of the Banks forecast under varying macro economic environments. He is now working extensively with both the Tokyo based Head Office and the continental offices to develop a global framework in these 2 areas. He is also responsible for the implementation of an EMEA Risk Governance framework, this involves him working closely with the Regional offices to ensure that there is a standardised and efficient Risk Framework across the region.

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Bruce Tattersall, Head, Enterprise Stress Test Delivery, Standard Chartered Bank

17 years experience within financial services. Working primarily on stress testing since 2011 for firms including; RBS, Barclays, Credit Suisse, Standard Chartered. Ran the Bank of England Stress Test Programme from 2014 to 2016.

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Volker Weis, Head of Group Stress Testing, Enterprise Risk Management, Deutsche Bank

Volker Weis is Head of Group Stress Testing within the Enterprise Risk Management department of Deutsche Bank Group (DB) and responsible for the cross-risk stress tests. In his prior positions he was overseeing the derivatives exposure modelling team for the implementation of DB’s counterparty credit risk IMM model, Economic Capital model development as well as Group and Legal Entity ICAAP. Volker joined Deutsche Bank in 2001. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Volker worked at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He holds a PhD in Physics.

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Venue

Tower – A Guoman Hotel
St Katharine’s Way, London.
London
E1W 1LD
UK

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I present at Stress Testing Europe Summit?

Yes, the Center for Financial Professionals are happy to discuss speaking opportunities at Stress Testing Europe Summit. For further information on this please contact shannon.harris@cfp-events.com or call us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

Are there any rules on the dress code?

Business attire is requested. The Summit is a formal opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to gain knowledge from the industry’s finest risk management experts.

What is the cost and what is included in the registration fee?

We offer incentives for ‘early bird’ registrants of the Summit, as outlined on our pricing structure.

Registration includes breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunches, the cocktail reception at the end of the day, full access to the sessions and exhibition area. Presentations from sessions are also available, subject to speaker approval.

Where can I find the Summit documentation and speaker presentations?

All registered attendees will receive an email with access to documentation and speaker presentations after the Summit*

We will work with our presenters to include as many presentations as possible on our Risk Insights App during the Summit.

*Please note that our speakers often have to gain permission from their relevant compliance departments to release their presentations. On rare occasions compliance may not allow presentations to be distributed.

Will breakfast, lunch and refreshment be provided?

Yes. As with all of our events the Center for Financial Professionals will be providing brilliant coffee, breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and smaller bites during the networking breaks.

Will there be opportunities to network with other attendees?

There are ample opportunities for networking and interaction throughout the Summit, such as

  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshment breaks
  • Cocktail reception at the end of the day (Subject to confirmation)
  • Q&A, panel discussions and audience participation technology available through the Risk Insights App
I have several colleagues that would like to attend, is there a group discount?

Certainly! We are pleased to offer you a 50% discount on the third registration or provide a fifth registration for free.

If you would like to register more than five colleagues please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7164 6582

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Are there opportunities to share my thought-leadership at the Stress Testing Europe Summit?

Yes there are plenty of opportunities for the Center for Financial Professionals to share thought-leadership to the attendees of Stress Testing Europe Summit and our wider risk professionals community.

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Are media partnerships available for Stress Testing Europe Summit?

Yes. As part of a media partnership we can offer a variety of options to increase the branding and awareness of your association, company, certificate, publication or media. We are flexible with what we can offer however we usually:

  • Provide a discounted rate to attend
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  • Distribute your media/marketing at the Summit
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To discuss this further please contact jesse.hopkins@cefpro.com or call +44 (0) 20 7164 6582.

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