24th February, 2020.
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Over the past decade, the financial industry has had to reform extensively in order to answer its critics and to serve society more efficiently. However, given the rise of financial technology, the impacts of heightened regulation, and the ever-changing geopolitical scene, the upcoming decade could be one of even greater transformation. The financial sector will need to respond to the increasing pressures to address issues such as the climate crisis and rising inequality. How will finance embrace the opportunities and adapt to the challenges presented by the upcoming decade, to shape the world in years to come?
Gillian Tett: U.S. Managing Editor and Markets and Finance Columnist at the Financial Times.
Cristina Alba-Ochoa: Chief Financial Officer at OakNorth Bank, a UK bank providing business and property loans to small and medium-sized companies.
John Hourican: CEO of NewDay, one of the UK’s largest credit card issuers, and former CEO of Bank of Cyprus.
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