Banks and the New Reality – Steps to Mitigate the Impact of COVID-19
The current global situation related to the pandemic threat comes with serious business challenges for the banking sector. Central banks around the world have already proactively intervened to calm markets and show commitment to using all possible measures to mitigate impact. Meanwhile, commercial banks are mobilizing and taking steps to mitigate COVID-19’s effects on day-to-day operations. It is a time of test with different scenarios.
We believe that in this situation, access to accurate, up-to-date and practical information has never been more important. That is why the Deloitte Bulgaria team is pleased to invite you to join the eighth of a series of webinars in support of business on "Banks and the New Reality - Steps to Mitigate the Impact of COVID-19".
During the webinar, subject matter experts from different fields will update you on local and international policy developments and global best practices.
Main topics of discussion will be:
- Legal implications of COVID-19 and the moratorium measures
- EU Regulatory updates
- Financial reporting
- Business Continuity
When will the webinar be held?
The webinar will be held in 27th May (Wednesday) from 10:00 to 11:00h. Each registered participant will receive a link to join in the event.
Whom is the webinar for?
The event is aimed mainly at employees in the banking sector, as follows:
- Executive directors
- Heads of Finance, Risk and Legal
- Internal audit
- IT security managers
Who will be the lecturers?
Deloitte subject matter experts include Deloitte Bulgaria partners and directors from all fields including Legal, Risk Advisory, Audit, Business Continuity and IT Security.
What will be the working language?
What is the participation fee?
The webinar is free of charge.
If you have specific questions on the topic that you would like to explicitly discuss during the webinar, you can send them to us by e-mail to: email@example.com.
For questions and additional information:
Hristina Toteva - Project Manager "External Communicatiuons"