Event Overview

The Financial Times’ landmark Global Banking Summit, spanning multiple time zones, provides an unrivalled platform for dialogue between banking and finance leaders. Commencing at 1pm GMT with an opening keynote economic dialogue, there follow two and a half days of in-depth, action-packed content on how banking can rebuild, redefine and reposition itself for growth. Skilfully moderated by the FT’s world-class journalists for over six years now - and featuring another stellar lineup of speakers - the 2020 Summit is a culmination of successful regional FT banking conferences brought together in the form of one global digital conference.

Bringing a unique digital dimension to banking’s premier industry event

Digitally connect with over 1,500 of the most influential players in the global banking sector

Gain actionable advice from many banking and financial CEOs

Built upon a track record of trusted and successful FT banking conferences

Over two days of FT-curated content designed to rebuild and reposition banking after a global pandemic

A moral money focus on how leaders turn pledge to action in the pursuit of better banking

Chief Executive, Bank of India
“The sessions are very informative, stimulating and this event is one which I always look forward to attend every year”

Confirmed speakers include:

Nigel Higgins,


Barclays plc

Katie Murray,

Chief Financial Officer,


Sheila Bair,

Former Chair,

US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Gary Barr,

Global Chief Data Officer, Managing Director, Asset Servicing and Digital,

BNY Mellon

1500+ attendees
50+ speakers
65% C-suite/Director level attendees