The 7th EIOPA Annual Conference will take place on Wednesday, 22 November 2017 at the Hotel Hilton Frankfurt City Centre, Hochstrasse 4, D - 60313 Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Top speakers will offer in-depth analyses to over 350 participants from the financial services industry, European Union institutions as well as consumer representatives, consultants, academics, journalists and, representatives from national supervisory and governmental authorities.
This year, besides keynote speeches, the conference will include the following three sessions:
- Supervisory Convergence: Looking back to look ahead
- How can the Pan European Personal Pension Product (PEPP) work best for European citizens?
- How can regulation enable innovation?
Also this year's Annual Conference will be a unique opportunity for high-level contributions and exchange of views on recent regulatory and supervisory developments and related challenges in the (re)insurance and pensions sectors as well as for interesting and lively discussions.
Invitations including the programme and the online registration details will be circulated in due course. Attendance to this event is by invitation only due to capacity constraint of the venue.
Draft programme is available here
Registration for the conference is now open.
Please register before 29 September 2017, using this link.
Please note that as space is limited, we advise you to organise your travel and accommodation only after having received our confirmation of your attendance. The notifications will be sent shortly after the registration deadline.
Should you have any questions, please send an e-mail to EIOPAConference@eiopa.europa.eu
Participants are requested to make their own accommodation arrangements.
Please consult our handbook for visitors for directions and a list of recommended hotels in the vicinity.
Hotel Hilton Frankfurt City Centre
D-60313 Frankfurt am Main
Telephone + 49 69 133800
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact EIOPA's Training & Events Team at EIOPAConference@eiopa.europa.eu