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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 first year of pay gap reporting – breakfast with Sam Smethers, Fawcett Society

17 April 2018• Driving diversity • Diversity breakfast • Sam Smethers

By April 2018, companies in the UK with 250 or more employees had to publish certain information regarding the pay gap between male and female employees. For many firms, the reporting process has been challenging, and the results have sometimes been confusing (particularly given the occasional misunderstanding in the media of what the gender pay gap […]

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Saving capitalism from the capitalists: how to reform crony capitalism – dinner with Sir Paul Marshall, Marshall Wace

11 April 2018• The role of markets • Private dinner • Sir Paul Marshall

One of the many reasons for the ‘crisis in capitalism’ and the breakdown in trust between business, society and politicians is that in many aspects ‘capitalism’ had been distorted by special interests, regulatory capture, and anti-competitive and anti-social behaviour. In order for free market capitalism to flourish, it is vital that it goes back to […]

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Regulating culture – breakfast with Wijnand Nuijts, Dutch Central Bank

28 March 2018• Rebuilding trust • Breakfast • Wijnand Nuijts

In 2011, the Dutch central bank introduced culture into its regulatory framework. During this breakfast we will be asking Wijnand Nuijts, head of governance, culture and organisational behaviour at the Dutch central bank, about how this has evolved since 2011, what the feedback from regulated firms has been, how their ground-breaking initiative has been received […]

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Men as allies – diversity breakfast

22 March 2018• Driving diversity • Diversity breakfast

With an ever-increasing focus on the diversity agenda, what are financial services firms doing to bring their incumbent population (which for most will be predominantly white men) along with them on the road to improving diversity? How can firms work on communicating with their staff so they don’t feel alienated and de-prioritised? This breakfast will […]

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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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