Building Societies Annual Conference 2022

Updated on 20 September 2021

We are heading to Liverpool in 2022!

Building Societies Annual Conference | 4-5 May 2022

It's a case of third time lucky for next year's Building Societies Annual Conference, as we to head to Liverpool for our flagship annual event.

The conference will be returning to face-to-face format and we can't wait to welcome our delegates, sponsors, exhibitors and speakers to our conference.

The event will be held at the ACC Liverpool on the 4th & 5th May 2022, with networking events taking place from 3rd May onwards.

Full conference details including programme information, speaker biographies, sponsors and exhibitor listings will all be available soon. Registration will open towards the end of 2021!

Building Societies Annual Conference 2021

Updated on 25 February 2021

This year's conference is going virtual!

Building Societies Annual Conference | 4-7 May 2021
'From COVID-19 to a new mutual economy'

This year the Building Societies Annual Conference will  be going virtual. The event will take place across four half-day sessions from 4th - 7th May 2021.

Four key themes will be covered across the conference:

  1. Returning to growth
  2. Strong and simple - resilience and innovation serving mutuality
  3. Outcomes based on conduct
  4. A business led recovery

Speakers will be coming to you from a live studio, offering an engaging and thought-provoking conference. The whole event will be delivered on a bespoke virtual platform giving you the opportunity to ask questions, listen to the latest content and engage with our sponsors.

Full conference details, the programme, speakers and virtual sponsors will be updated on a regular basis - and registration is now open!

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