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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.

Diversity of thought – breakfast with Simon Fillery

17 July 2018• Driving diversity • Breakfast • Sam Fillery

At our latest event in New Financial’s breakfast series we will be trying to broaden our understanding of cognitive diversity, including Q&A with Simon Fillery, head of inclusion at the Bank of England, as our guest speaker. The Bank has undertaken an internal project to work out what diversity of thought means to the Bank, […]

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Men as allies – diversity breakfast

5 July 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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Brexit, the future of regulation in Europe & the future of the City – dinner with Sir Howard Davies, chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland

3 July • Brexit • Private Dinner • Sir Howard Davies

Sir Howard Davies’ is uniquely positioned to address some of the most critical questions about Brexit, the future of regulation in Europe, and the future of the City of London.  During the event, members will discuss the short and longer-term impact on the City of London as a financial centre and the best ‘deal’ that […]

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Q&A with Dr Sam Friedman, associate professor in sociology at the London School of Economics

23 May 2018• Driving diversity • Diversity breakfast • Dr Sam Friedman

This breakfast event will focus on discussing the benefits and challenges of collecting and analysing social mobility indicators. We are very pleased to have Dr Sam Friedman, associate professor in sociology at the London School of Economics, as our guest speaker. Sam’s research contributed to the UK Government’s consultation to develop a set of measures […]

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