Transparency and information management in financial institutions. From the inside out
Summer school for archivists
eabh in cooperation with the Banco de España
14 – 16 September 2016, Madrid
Transparency is becoming an increasingly important theme, and mode of operation, in today’s financial institutions and global financial markets. This year’s eabh summer school will provide training on the latest developments in financial transparency and how financial archivists can serve their institutions’ need for evidence, information and corporate memory.
In short: How can the archivist be managements’ best friend through understanding and using transparency?
We will focus on initiatives within financial institutions to improve internal transparency for better control and compliance, among financial institutions to achieve costs saving and to drive financial innovation, and then moving to discuss new regulatory demands for transparency and how they affect financial institutions in the European and the global context.
Programme available at: http://bankinghistory.org/events/
Banco de España - Calle de Alcalá, 48 - 28014 Madrid
Presenters are kindly asked to get in touch with Gabriella for their hotel reservations:firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants are kindly asked to make their own hotel reservation.
CATALONIA LAS CORTES 4*S (4* SUP.)
c/ Prado, 6 - 28014 Madrid
20 Rooms - Room DSI with WIFI: €125 + 10% VAT breakfast included. There is a permanent small buffet for clients in the lobby.
Please contact the hotel via email at email@example.com and mention the following reservation code: Banco de España - Summer School EABH
Deadline for reservation: 27 July 2016. After this date reservations will be accepted on a rooms-available basis only.
When & Where
eabh maintains a global network of financial practitioners and academics. Banks, insurance companies and other financial institutions are members of eabh. eabh places current challenges of the financial sector into historical context. Our historians work on long-term topics that matter to the mangement of financial institutions and policy makers.