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At the heart of New Financial is a managed programme of private dinners, briefings and workshops. We provide a private forum for senior individuals with different perspectives from across the industry – investors, issuers, banks, and government – to work together to address common challenges.

The purpose of asset management – dinner with Jim Hawley & Jon Lukomnik

21 March 2018• Making markets work better • Private dinner • Jim Hawley & Jon Lukomnik

This dinner is the third in our series of events on ‘The Purpose of Finance’ that we are hosting with the support of Pensions Insurance Corporation that will explore the purpose of finance and the purpose of different sectors of the industry, from asset management to stock exchanges, and investment banks to regulators. The overall project is run by […]

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How (not) to talk about banking and finance – PR & comms breakfast

27 February 2018• Rebuilding trust • PR & comms breakfast

If you think that the lack of trust in the banking and finance industry among regulators, policymakers and the wider public will blow over anytime soon then you haven’t been paying attention. Recent evidence – from Jeremy Corbyn’s warning that he’s a threat to the ‘gamblers and speculators’ in the City, to the Brexit debate […]

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Setting targets to improve diversity in asset management – breakfast with Jackie Turpin, Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust

20 February 2018• Driving diversity • Diversity breakfast • Jackie Turpin

Our recent research report on ‘Diversity from an Investor’s Perspective’ showed how some of the most progressive pensions funds and asset owners are putting pressure on their asset managers to improve diversity. At this breakfast Jackie Turpin, head of finance at the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, will discuss what the Trust has been doing in […]

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