UPCOMING EVENTS

Each event we run is an important step forward in galvanising support for our overall mission, which is:

 

"To help drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform for the benefit of all, by harnessing the transformational power of transparency”

 

Our next symposia are on: 

  • 16th May, in London, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Thank you to Newgate Communications for hosting.

 

  • 29th May, in Dublin, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Venue wanted.

 

  • 6th June, in Amsterdam, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Thank you to AON for hosting.

 

  • 18th June, in Zurich, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Thank you to SharesInside for hosting.

 

  • 9th September, in New York, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Thank you to Grant & Eisenhofer for hosting.

 

  • 12th September, in Boston, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Thank you to First Republic Bank for hosting.

 

  • 10th October, in Hong Kong, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Venue wanted.

 

  • 15th October, in Sydney, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Thank you to Dimensional Fund Advisors for hosting.

 

  • 17th October, in Melbourne, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Thank you to Mercer for hosting. 

 

  • 22nd October, in Singapore, on "How can we accelerate the rebuilding of trust and confidence in financial services?" - part of a major 5-year international project to drive positive, progressive and purposeful finance reform. Venue wanted.

 

If you might like to be involved with any of the events above as an attendee, speaker, panellist or sponsor please get in touch through andy.agathangelou@transparencytaskforce.org

 

Note: venues are wanted for events in all of these locations:

 

Amsterdam, Auckland, Beijing, Berlin, Boston, Brussels, Cape Town, Chicago, Dubai, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Montreal,  New York, Ontario, Paris,  San Francisco, Santa Monica, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, The Hague, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington D.C. and Zurich.

VENUES WANTED

Venues are wanted for events in all of these locations, particularly those in blue and bold:

 

Amsterdam, Auckland, Beijing, Berlin, Boston, Brussels, Cape Town, Chicago, Dubai, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Montreal,  New York, Ontario, Paris,  San Francisco, Santa Monica, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, The Hague, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington D.C. and Zurich.

 

If you can help or might know somebody else that can please do get in touch through andy.agathangelou@transparencytaskforce.org

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