Do you want your voice heard on all the hot topics affecting the banking and finance industry? Frustrated by some of the views you hear and would like a chance to put across your say? If you are, we may have the answer to your problem.
Global Banking & Finance Review and market research consultants Accent have joined forces to create an exclusive research panel for members of the finance industry to voice their opinions on all the latest topics climbing up the news agenda. Together with your help we will tackle the most pressing and urgent issues affecting the industry.
We feel it’s imperative to listen to the voice of the experts when it comes to notable events and changes, and we would like to hear from you. Every two months, we will issue a questionnaire on a hot topic, which will take no longer than five minutes to complete, and then feedback your views and opinions.
Speaking about the panel, Rob Sheldon, MD at Accent said: “The research panel is a great way for industry professionals to express their opinions on the items topping the news agenda. What’s also really interesting is to have these viewpoints from across the industry and see the effects upon the sector as a whole.”
Wanda Rich, Editor at Global Banking & Finance Review, added: “We are always looking for fresh and innovative ways to engage with our readers and really involve them in Global Banking and Finance Review. What we really like about this panel is the ability to set the agenda and look in more depth at some of the topics affecting the finance industry, both now and in the future.”
Topics will vary depending on what’s making headlines, whether its corporate governance, funds, banking, mergers and acquisitions, or brokerage, we want to talk about it and we want to talk about it with you. In addition, if you feel there is an important issue which needs the attention of the panel, simply let us know.
Joining couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do is email email@example.com with your details. Once you have signed up you will automatically be sent the bi-monthly questionnaire. All responses will be kept anonymous unless you express your consent to be quoted within Global Banking & Finance Review.
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