Join the Annual Banking Conference, this year hosted in a series of three compelling webcasts online. This year we will be joined by a panel of industry experts to discuss the technology v people debate, the culture of learning and why sustainable finance is the future.
Join for one, or all of the discussions to have the opportunity to hear from experts and participate in discussions about the many financial, regulatory and technical challenges shaping the banking industry.
Please see below for further details on the sessions and how to reserve your place.
If you have any questions or issues with booking, please contact Anna Young, Marketing and Events Manager - [email protected]
Technology v the People Debate: 3 November 2020
Join us for the first webinar of the series, where our expert panel will be discussing the 'Technology v the People' Debate. Bill McCall, President of the Chartered Banker Institute will be providing a keynote speech to kick off the conference.
The Panel will then be chaired by Claire Tunley, CEO, Financial Services Skills Ltd, and consider if the pace of technological change is permanent, how Covid-19 has impacted on learning and skills, and are FinTech’s decision-making algorithms fit for purpose in a post-Covid world?
'You don’t know what you don’t know!' 4 November 2020
The second webcast of the series looks at creating a culture of lifelong learning within organisations. The Panel will be chaired by Gavin McQuillan, Head of Learning and Development, NatWest. Gavin and the panel will consider what strategies are deployed in other countries to encourage learning and what lessons can be learnt/shared? They will also discuss the difficulties organisations face when motivating their employees to embrace future skills and self-directed learning.
'Why Green and Sustainable Finance is the Future of Finance: 5 November 2020
Chaired by Simon Thompson, CEO, Chartered Banker Institute, the final session in our Annual Conference will discuss why green and sustainable finance is the future of finance. Amongst other discussion points, Simon and the panel will ask what are the opportunities open to young people to become involved in sustainable initiatives? Does green and sustainable finance make banking a more attractive career choice for young people again?
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