UPCOMING POLICY DISCUSSIONS
Cumberland Lodge Financial Services Summit
Windsor Great Park
Thursday 3 to Friday 4 November 2022
European Financial Forum's 2022 Cumberland Lodge Annual Financial Services Summit will be held on Thursday 3 to Friday 4 November 2022. This years summit will be on the theme of Financial Services in the Digital Age.
Speakers already confirmed are:
John Berrigan, Director General, DG FISMA, European Commission
Verena Ross, Chair, European Securities and Markets Authority
Rainer Riess, Director General, Federation of European Securities Exchanges
Michael Pedroni, Chief Global Affairs Officer, ICI Global
Robert Ophèle, former Chair, Autorité des Marchés Financiers
Alissa Davies, Global Fintech Policy Lead, Google
Caroline Dawson, Partner, Clifford Chance
Tom Mutton, Director of FinTech, Bank of England
Christopher Giancarlo, Senior Counsel and Co-Chair of the Willkie Digital Works practice, Willkie Farr & Gallagher
Jessica Rusu, Chief Data, Information and Intelligence Officer, Financial Conduct Authority
Andrew Grant, Vice President, Climate Solutions, Moody’s Corporation
Pat Lardner, Chief Executive Officer, Irish Funds
Justin Wray, Head of Policy Department, European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority
Jiří Król, Deputy CEO, Global Head of Government Affairs of Alternative Investment Management Association
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NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING REFORM
THE INFRASTRUCTURE FORUM'S PLANNING WORKING GROUP
The Infrastructure Forum Planning Working Group has responded to the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities consultation on National Infrastructure Planning Reform.
The Working Group which has consulted on this response is chaired by James Good, Partner in the Planning and Zoning Department at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP. The group includes representatives from across the infrastructure sector, within both the public and private sectors and includes a number of experts in major infrastructure planning, all with particular knowledge of the Nationally Significant Infrastructure Planning Regime.
The European Financial Forum brings together policymakers, regulators and market participants in constructive dialogue.
It holds frequent special roundtables on topical issues, which allow a fruitful exchange of confidential analysis, perspective and policy ideas.