BIIA Annual General Meeting

The BIIA Annual General General Meeting will take place at the conference hotel on October 30th from 11:00 am to 12:00 noon to approve the 2018 Annual Report, elect the BIIA Chairman and BIIA board members and discuss various topics concerning association governance and strategy.  This is a meeting for Full Members who are entitled to vote. 

A special notice will be issued one month prior to the meeting which will include a detailed agenda.  The notice will also be posted on the Membership Kit – Announcements.


BIIA 2019 Biennial Pre-Conference Regulatory Round Table

October 30th, 2019 at 14:00 – 17:00 hours, at the Okura Prestige Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

BIIA, as the leading trade association for the information industry in the region, has been approached by a number of regulators and policy makers to facilitate a regulatory round table to allow the interchange of information on key
topics of interest to regulators and policy makers, in conjunction with our Biennial Conference which will be held in Bangkok 31 October – 1 November 2019.

The discussion at the Regulatory Round Table will be moderated by Neil Munroe, the Deputy Managing
Director of BIIA, Chair of the BIIA Regulatory Forum and a member of the International Committee on Credit Reporting

The key topics that will be discussed at the Regulatory Round Table will be:(ICCR) and will be supported by a small number of key global experts who will be able to comment on recent global developments.

  • The impact of Cybersecurity in the credit reporting eco-system and
  • The impact and challenges of privacy following the implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.

As part of the round table, the ICCR, the acknowledged global standards setting body chaired by the World Bank Group, will be sharing their findings and recommendations on the impact of cybersecurity on credit reporting.

The Regulatory Round Table will be held as an invitation only event and operate under ‘Chatham House’ rules to ensure an open dialogue among participants.

  • Who should attend?
    We believe the items to be discussed in the forum will be of interest to senior executives from Central Banks, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Authorities.
  • How to register for the Regulatory forum?
    There will be no cost to attend this specific forum which will be held during the afternoon of October 30th (the day before the BIIA Biennial Conference).  A fee will be payable for attending the main Conference.

Anyone who would like to attend the forum are asked to contact Peter Sheerin, a Member of BIIA’s Executive Committee – [email protected]  who will arrange for appropriate letters of invitation to be issued. Please be aware that there will be limited seating thus we encourage interested parties to register early.

Registration for the forum (which is separate for the registration for the BIIA 2019 Biennial Conference) will close at 5pm on 18 October 2019. 


We thank our supporting organizations for their assistance:

Supporting Organizations


The BIIA 2017 Biennial Conference was an outstanding success.  Please help us to make the BIIA 2019 Biennial Conference an equally great success. For background information on last year’s conference click on conference videos and presentations