… and the Winner is
It is our pleasure to inform you that our partner, The Retail Banking Academy (London, UK) has offered to the participants of the 31st BACEE Regional Banking Conference
A FREE PLACE AT RBA’S LONDON EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME (16 – 19 MAY 2016, LONDON-ASCOT, UK)
WITH A VALUE OF USD 9,995+VAT
THE PRICE INCLUDES FREE ACCOMMODATION IN COWORT PARK HOTEL, ASCOT, NEXT TO WINDSOR
The London Executive Management Programme is a specially designed international programme for executive-level retail bankers that explores current and strategic issues through a combination of high-level discussions, case studies and the RBA’s exclusive curriculum. Led by RBA’s most senior faculty members, participants on the course will be able to gain a new understanding of global best practices in retail banking and have the opportunity to network with some of the world’s most respected retail banking executives.
Past participants include senior executives from Santander, Société Générale, ING, Lloyds, SNS Bank, National Bank of Canada, Royal Bank of Canada, Erste Bank, Millennium bcp, Deutsche Bank, Axis Bank, Maybank Bank Mandiri, Standard Bank, Nedbank and First National Bank, among many others.
The free place will be assigned to the winner of the prizewinning competition organised by BACEE at the 31st Regional Banking Conference. The winner will be announced at the Award Ceremony taking place on 19 October at 7.00 pm after a publicly organised drawing.
Conditions of participation:
- Preliminary Registration at the BACEE Conference as participant. We accept only personal participation
- Registration on the spot for the Prizewinning Competition (it is free, without any direct or hidden charges) with the participant’s business card
- Participants should be executive-level employees of commercial banks
You may download the Registration Form of the Conference HERE
Reagrding the London Executive Management Programme, please see:
We look forward to seeing you at the Conference and at the Prizewinning Competition in Budapest