Malta: 2013 KPMG Biennial Financial Services Conference
Last Updated: 14 October 2013

Finally, there is light at the end of the tunnel – the economic recession is gradually fading away and stimulation of growth has become the new imperative.

Policy-makers are gearing their focus towards achieving long-term fiscal credibility rather than short-term austerity measures, thereby increasing consumer confidence and working towards economic prosperity.

As Europe re-invents itself to bounce back into business-as-usual, the financial services sector is still weighed down in crisis mode. The sector is still coming to terms with the after effects of the crisis in terms of new regulations which have been introduced in a frantic effort to plug the regulatory gaps which have been said to have lead to the crisis.

In the years ahead the challenges will be several and varied; yet, the economic outlook is a positive one and this augurs well for financial services which means financial services operators need to re-position themselves in order to seize opportunities as and when they arise.

The financial services sector will continue to be one of the key drivers of the Maltese economy. Looking ahead to the next decade will be critical for the sector to emerge in a stronger position from the crisis.

KPMG will hold its Biennial Financial Services Conference on Tuesday 26 November 2013, at the Hilton Malta Conference Centre. The Conference will address important developments in the local and international economic and regulatory spheres and which impact those involved in the local banking, insurance, investment services and investment management sectors.

The Conference will bring together local and international speakers from the KPMG network who will seek to identify key action points that need to be addressed to secure the crucial role that this industry plays in Malta, not only at the present moment but also in 2020.

We look forward to your attendance at the Conference.

Who should attend?

The Conference is targeted at banking, insurance, funds and investment services operators and professionals and will be of particular interest to CEOs, CFOs, COOs and CROs, financial services entities' board members and others working in:

  • Capital/Liquidity Management
  • Capital Markets
  • Finance and Treasury
  • Internal Audit
  • Legal and Compliance
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Risk Management


Registration will open at 8.15 am.
The Conference will close at approximately 17.30 pm.

The event has been accredited CPE hours by the Malta Institute of Accountants.

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