LONDON | 3 & 4 MAY 2017
Building societies annual conference
Our intention is to bring you two days of lively discussion and debate, exploring the challenges of combining traditional building society models with commercial ambitions, and addressing the question of what we want for the future and what gives the building society sector a real and sustainable advantage in this rapidly changing world.
A London conference means a bit of London flavour - dinner at the Museum of London, and a welcome party at an 1820s pub. Plus the usual networking events, a fantastic exhibition of the latest products and services for our sector, and a diverse programme of talks, workshops and discussions.
Why is international sharing important?
Our CEO talks about the benefits of sharing ideas with mutuals in other countries and explains why more building societies should think about getting involved. Read the blog
We will explore wide-ranging themes encompassing housing, savings and the place of building societies; the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in a post-referendum UK, for business, for our economy and for building societies in particular; what it means to be a modern mutual; how our co-operative banking counterparts in Massachusetts are enhancing the customer experience through innovative branch strategies; and much more.
WHAT'S IN STORE
London 2017 highlights
Main stage presentations will explore wide-ranging themes around what gives building societies a real and sustainable advantage in today's fast moving competitive world.
Make the most of our established networking and social events and the opportunities they offer to connect and do business with 500+ senior industry figures.
Connect with 500+ industry leaders
What they say...
Treasury Manager, Manchester Building Society
Manager - Service Excellence, YBS Group
Managing Director: Sales & Marketing, Newcastle Building Society
Partner, Board and Head of Financial Services, The Miles Partnership
Chief Executive, Darlington Building Society
Business Development Manager, Misys