The Bloomberg Canada Economic Summit will convene government officials, business leaders and industry titans in banking, energy, commodities and technology and examine Canada’s role as a major destination for investment and a supplier of capital around the world.
May 21, 2013
TIFF Bell Lightbox | Toronto
April 30, 2013
Foreign Affairs | Washington, DC
The Bloomberg Washington Summit will gather key administration officials, CEOs, governors, lawmakers, and economists to assess the economy and debate the path beyond the fiscal cliff. We’ll explore the ongoing debate around budgets and the debt, the future of banking, and assess the state of the markets and the U.S. Economy. The Summit will address government spending, revenues, the corporate tax debate, job creation, and give insight for investors looking at opportunities in markets so closely correlated to fiscal and monetary policy moves.
April 24, 2013
Apella at the Alexandria Center | New York
Innovations in enterprise technology are disrupting the financial marketplace from trade execution, to complex event processing to making sense of big data. Don’t get left behind. The Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit convenes an audience of the biggest procurers of enterprise technology from the public and private sectors with a focus on financial services companies. The program looks at how corporations and governments are leveraging the cloud, addressing mobility, and handling data storage challenges like disaster recovery in the wake of Super Storm Sandy.
April 10, 2013
Bloomberg L.P. | Sydney, Australia
The Bloomberg Australia Economic Summit will examine key issues confronting the nation in 2013. We will convene government officials, business leaders and industry titans in banking, economics, energy and commodities and examine Australia’s position as standout performer in a world economy that’s struggling to find a leader.
April 8, 2013- April 9, 2013
The St. Regis Doha | Doha, Qatar
CEOs, asset managers, Investors and notable regional decision makers convene for a two-day conference examining the biggest challenges that face asset managers as they globalize. We’ll analyze the region’s fast-growing infrastructure and influence on everything from the consumer economy, the flow of money into alternative asset managers, the 2022 World Cup and the rising role of women.
March 21, 2013
Club de Banqueros de México | Mexico City
A new era begins as President Enrique Peña Nieto sets the agenda for his first term in office. Peña Nieto’s inauguration on Dec. 1 returned the Institutional Revolutionary Party to power after a 12-year hiatus from seven decades of uninterrupted rule. Peña Nieto, who led the country’s most-populous state to an investment-grade credit rating during his tenure as governor of the State of Mexico, proposed a balanced budget for his first year in office on Dec. 7. Investors remain optimistic that President Enrique Peña Nieto will succeed in pushing through legal changes that will boost growth. The Bloomberg Mexico Economic Summit will gather the country’s most influential political, financial and corporate minds to take stock of this vital regional and global player.
March 14, 2013
The Newseum | Washington, DC
CREATING VALUE FROM BIG DATA: The Bloomberg Big Data Conference will explore how big data and the power of analytics in the cloud can be exploited as a great transformer for how leaders think and how businesses innovate. Organizations—both public and private—are grappling with the challenge of how best to take advantage of this new capability, while trying to make wise technology investments that pay off in terms of productivity gains and operational value. How can executives build a business case for big data investments? How do smart companies quantify benefits and hidden costs from failure to monetize data assets? We’ll examine how big data can be optimized in three key sectors: healthcare, energy and financial services. The conference will look at advances in storing, accessing and analyzing massive amounts of data, the emerging issues industry and government leaders face in implementing big data strategies, and identify best practices that apply across industries
March 13, 2013
British Museum | London
The Euro, the Yen and the Dollar have invaded headlines beyond the financial news; dinner conversation where never before discussed; and topics for debate when financial leaders gather. With the status of the world’s biggest currencies up for discussion, invariably gold attracts interest as an option. The #FXDebates will give focus to key issues of import to serious participants in the foreign exchange markets.
March 6, 2013
Bloomberg Headquarters | New York
Thriving in today’s challenging European marketplace is no small feat. The Tell Awards, named for Swiss folk hero William Tell, honor US companies from a wide range of industries and of various size and stage of busi-ness development that have conquered the European/EMEA market from their operations based in Switzer-land, the global leader for innovation and competitiveness. During the awards program, leaders of the honoree companies will discuss projects that are working and the strategies they employ to make them a success. Participants will come away with ideas for their own companies along with factors to consider as they look toward Europe for their business operations.
January 17, 2013
Foreign Affairs | New York
The Bloomberg Global Markets Summit co-hosted by Foreign Affairs Magazine and Bloomberg LINK, convenes market makers and market movers as investors map their strategy for the year ahead. The program will look at the impact of the impasse in Washington over spending and debt, 2013’s big investment ideas, how fiscal & monetary policy is driving the markets, and how Europe continues to infuse volatility into the markets.