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Episode 73: Does a bank have to be more than an app?
Henry Grunfeld Professor of Banking Pete Hahn chairs a debate on the future of banking held at the launch event for our new book Banking on Change.  Banking on Change was commissioned to mark our 140th anniversary. It provides insights by experts and influencers from across the financial services industry on some of the central questions facing the finance sector today Banking on Change is published by Wiley priced at £35. To find out more about our upcoming events go to www.libf.ac.uk/events Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF 
31:20
February 4, 2020
Episode 72: Introducing the Financial Adviser podcast
Everybody needs paraplanners In this first episode John Somerville sits down with David Owen from Lifetime Connect to discuss all things paraplanning, how the role of the paraplanner has changed over the years and why now is the ideal time to think about becoming one. You can read more about the role of the paraplanner on our Insights blog or you can find out more about our Diploma in Paraplanning (DipPP) on our website. To listen to the full episode please subscribe to the LIBF Financial Adviser podcast
05:24
January 30, 2020
Episode 71: Financial education five years on - is it still adding up?
It’s been five years since financial education was included in the national curriculum. So, does that mean every child now receives a solid foundation on how to manage money and how the finance sector works? In this podcast, Andy Davis, a financial journalist and contributor to the Institute’s latest book, Banking on change, and Catherine Winter our Managing Director for Financial Capability, talk about where financial education has got to and what needs to change. Published to mark our 140th anniversary, Banking on Change provides insights by experts and influencers from across the financial services industry on the issues affecting the sector now and for the future. Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
25:45
January 20, 2020
Episode 70: Celebrating 21 years of CDCS
This year marks the 21st birthday of our Certificate for Documentary Credit Specialists (CDCS), which was created in 1999 by BAFT and The London Institute of Banking & Finance to professionalise the practice of issuing documentary letters of credit and checking presentations. In this podcast our trade finance experts David Morrish and Michael Backhouse look back over some of the highlights of the last 21 years and talk about the role documentary credit specialists play in international trade. Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
30:36
January 14, 2020
Episode 69: Banking on Change
In November we officially launched our new book at an event in central London.  Banking on Change was commissioned to mark our 140th anniversary. It provides insights by experts and influencers from across the financial services industry on some of the central questions facing the finance sector today In this podcast our Henry Grunfeld Professor of Banking, and book contributor, Pete Hahn provides an overview of the main themes from the book in a speech he gave at the beginning of the evening. Banking on Change is published by Wiley priced at £35. You can purchase a copy at https://bit.ly/35DCEWB  To find out more about our upcoming events go to https://www.libf.ac.uk/events Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
27:11
January 8, 2020
Episode 68: The Centre for Digital Banking and Finance presents Artificial Intelligence Breakfast Briefing
Stephen Stanton-Downes, Managing Director, Finding X and Ilya Feige, Director of AI, Faculty explore the need for explainable AI, share the latest thinking in this leading-edge domain and discuss how organisations can start embracing the far-reaching implications. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming part of our everyday world with far-reaching effects. AI projects are being developed in medical arenas to predict future illnesses in patients, social media platforms use algorithms to predict user behaviour, and increasingly in financial services firms to make trading and investment decisions. The Centre for Digital Banking and Finance aims to address digital disruption and how banking and financial professionals can position themselves in the market to remain competitive and simultaneously deliver innovative solutions to their customers and partners. Find out more To view or download the presentation discussed throughout this podcast go here To find out more about our upcoming events go to https://www.libf.ac.uk/events Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
47:09
December 17, 2019
Episode 67: WCBI 2019 – What will banks be doing in 2029?
The World Conference of Banking Institutes (WCBI) is a global forum that brings together a large number of central bankers, commercial bankers, finance professionals, academics, learning and development consultants, global banking and finance education providers. The conference was held on 16-17 September 2019 and this podcast includes the panel session discussing the future of banking and what we could see in the next ten years.   Moderator & Chair Dr. Andrew Hilton, Director, CSFI  Panel Nick Ogden,Executive Chairman, ClearBank® Natalie Ceeney CBE,Chair, Innovate Finance Sabrina Del Prete, Founder, and CEO, Kore Labs Justin Fitzpatrick,Co-Founder, and CEO, DueDil Read more on trends in banking and finance and the future of financial services here To find out more about our upcoming events go to https://www.libf.ac.uk/events Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
49:05
November 18, 2019
Episode 66: CSFI Sustainable Finance – What role do carbon markets play in tackling climate change?
This is the first in a series of events on sustainable finance organised with the CSFI. It focuses on attempts to control the biggest contributor to the "greenhouse gas" effect - carbon dioxide. To help us understand both the carbon markets and the climate change issue they are designed to address, we have brought together a distinguished panel, including: Louis Redshaw, CEO and Founder of Redshaw Advisors, Rachel Ward, Head of Policy at the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change, Julie Elmgren, a Carbon Trader at Gazprom. To find out more about our upcoming events go to https://www.libf.ac.uk/events Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
1:43:53
November 5, 2019
Episode 65: Leading through uncertain times, Georgina Silvester, Handelsbanken
In this podcast, Georgina Silvester, Chief Operating Officer UK for Handelsbanken, talks about the bank transferring its UK banking business from a branch of Svenska Handelsbanken AB publ into a wholly owned subsidiary - 'Handelsbanken plc'. This transfer was the largest, undertaking by the Group in recent times. The bank steered the implementation towards its own goals and objectives through close collaboration with the UK regulators, whilst maintaining the bank's unique business model and strong culture and values. This event took place on 26 February 2019. Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
44:57
October 30, 2019
Episode 64: How big data is changing the role of banks and banking
How banks are holding an increasing amount of our data and what this means for the roles banking will play in the future
09:00
October 8, 2019
Episode 63: Fireside chat with Simon Jack, Business, BBC.
For our latest podcast, we revisit our lively fireside from last November with Simon Jack, Business editor of the BBC. Introduced by Peter Hahn, Dean and Henry Grunfeld Professor of The London Institute of Banking & Finance, they discuss various topics including open Banking, RBS, and economic climate. Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF.
57:18
September 18, 2019
Episode 62: Are we economists or human beings?
Osy Plummer, Visiting Professor of Finance at the EU Business School in Geneva and Montreux, talks to Alex Fraser about how rational actions and emotional impulses affect investment decisions.
18:41
September 4, 2019
Episode 61: Fireside chat with Paul Lewis, presenter of BBC’s Money Box
Professor Peter Hahn, our university Dean interviews Paul Lewis, presenter of BBC’s Money Box. They cover all things consumer finance; do consumers have too much choice? How has consumer finance changed, and can we change it for the better? Paul also discusses the possibility of a cashless society. Is that our future? Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
1:29:25
August 27, 2019
Episode 60: Finance 2025: Capital Markets
This panel discussion, held in conjunction with the CSFI, focuses on capital markets.  The panel consists of Vivek Agarwal (Wipro), Octavio Marenzi (Opimas), Monica Summerville (TABB Group), Philip Taliaferro (Broadridge) and Kirston Winters (IHS Markit). Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
1:29:25
August 14, 2019
Episode 59: WCBI 2019 series: Gender equality in banking and finance
Shelley Doorey-Williams and Samantha Zhou discuss gender equality in the banking and financial services sectors, women in finance and the Women in Finance Society newly created by students of The London Institute of Banking & Finance. Shelley Doorey-Williams will be speaking at WCBI 2019, taking part in the ‘Gender equality in banking and finance’ panel on 16 September. The conference’s theme is ‘Growth and sustainability in an age of disruption’. It will be a landmark event for the international banking and finance community, bringing together perspectives from across the world on the forces shaping the future of our sector. You can find out more information about WCBI 2019 and book your place at www.wcbi2019.com Speakers: Shelley Doorey-Williams, Head of Wealth Planning, Europe, Middle East and Africa, UBS and Samantha Zhou, Student, The London Institute of Banking & Finance
10:53
August 1, 2019
Episode 58: WCBI 2019 series: Sustainable finance
Dr Paul Fisher and Chris McHugh discuss sustainable finance, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and social investing. Dr Paul Fisher will be speaking at WCBI 2019 about the intersection of banking regulation and sustainable finance. The conference’s theme is ‘Growth and sustainability in an age of disruption’. It will be a landmark event for the international banking and finance community, bringing together perspectives from across the world on the forces shaping the future of our sector. You can find out more information about WCBI 2019 and book your place at www.wcbi2019.com Speakers: Dr Paul Fisher, Fellow, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and Chris McHugh, Lecturer, The London Institute of Banking & Finance
13:35
July 26, 2019
Episode 57: The Financial Innovation Awards 2019 podcast, presented by The London Institute of Banking & Finance
The Financial Innovation Awards, which are presented by The London Institute of Banking & Finance, are now in our 22nd year. We recognise best practice, product innovation and projects that have a positive impact on the finance sector, consumers and communities across the globe. Join Nadim Choudhury and Dr Pete Hahn, one of our judges for the awards as they discuss why you should enter the awards, offer advice to those thinking of entering, and why it’s important to keep innovating. The awards take place on Thursday 21 November in London, and you can enter via www.financialinnovationawards.co.uk
04:10
July 16, 2019
Episode 56: Lecture with Rt Hon John Redwood MP at the first ever trustees lecture
Rt Hon John Redwood MP was the speaker at our first ever trustees lecture, introduced by Alex Fraser, Chief Executive of The London Institute of Banking & Finance, and Steven Haberman, Chair of the Board of Governors. John discusses economic history, how post war policy errors are damaging the UK economy, and the financial crisis.
1:17:22
July 11, 2019
Episode 55: The future of local government pension funds - Stuart Lanigan and Peter Hahn
Stuart Lanigan talks to our Dean and Henry Grunfeld Professor of Banking, Peter Hahn, about the changes in local government pension funds. They look at how global pension funds operate and the potential for UK local government pension funds to invest in private equity as well as more traditional investments. Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
10:10
July 8, 2019
Episode 54: 140th Anniversary: How to Become a Banker by F. E. Steele (1924)
On 11th March 2019, we celebrated our 140th anniversary and we’ve been taking a look back at a vast and interesting history of banking and finance. In this podcast, we hear an address by F. E. Steele who became Director of Studies at the Institute of Bankers in 1923. Thanks to his efforts, the Institute’s network of local centres expanded rapidly in the 1920s. An abridged version of his 1924 BBC radio broadcast is read here by Osmond Plummer, Senior Lecturer at The London Institute of Banking & Finance. For more information about how we’re celebrating our 140th anniversary go to libf.ac.uk/140
06:35
June 25, 2019
Episode 53: Finance 2025: Savings and Investments
Finance 2025: A CSFI/The London Institute of Banking & Finance Savings discussion series on the future of the financial services sector, with particular focus on Savings and Investments. This event was held back in December 2018, With Adam French (Scalable Capital), Romina Savova (PensionBee) Jane Fuller (CSFI) and hosted by Andrew Hilton (CSFI). Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
1:36:44
June 19, 2019
Episode 52: Trade offs – managing risk in fixed income markets with Caspar Mann, Handelsbanken
Do you want to know more about trading? Listen to our latest podcast with Caspar Mann, Capital Management Analyst for Handelsbanken to find out about how traders quantify interest rate risk and manage it. How is regulation developing since the last global financial crisis and what's the impact on the markets? Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
1:10:29
June 6, 2019
Episode 51: Faculty series: Trade finance and Brexit - Simon Ling-Locke
How will the UK trade after Brexit? Following the publication of his recent white paper on the subject, in this podcast Faculty member Simon Ling-Locke talks to Relationship Director Mike Backhouse about the history of free trade and how easy or difficult it will be for a post-Brexit UK to create new trade agreements, remove tariffs and to trade on the World Trade Organization's 'most favoured nation' basis. Follow us on Twitter @StudyLIBF
21:07
May 21, 2019
Episode 50: How by using AI, banks can manage their Financial Crime Risk effectively and efficiently
In this podcast, Vishal covers: managing Financial Crime Risk effectively and efficiently, the consequences of money laundering, the power of building context and building networks with transaction data.
36:03
April 29, 2019
Episode 49: Finance 2025: A CSFI/ The London Institute of Banking & Finance round-table exploration of the future of retail banking, where is it going?
Speakers: Tom Blomfield (Monzo), John Hitchins (Aldermore), Jason Maude (Starling Bank), Bridget Rosewell CBE (Atom Bank) and Mike Trippitt (Michael Joseph Consulting). Hosted by Andrew Hilton (CSFI) Other topics discussed: Open Banking, Current Accounts, Challenger Banks
1:20:21
April 1, 2019
Episode 47: Henry Grunfeld Lecture - Anders Bouvin
Anders Bouvin, President & Group CEO, Svenska Handelsbanken was our speaker at this year’s Henry Grunfeld Lecture on 6 February 2019. Anders, who was voted International Banker (magazine) 'Banking CEO of the Year' for 2018, shared his views on the timeless importance of trust and adaptability in banking.
46:21
March 4, 2019
Episode 48: Henry Grunfeld Lecture - Pete Hahn & David Scholey
Pete Hahn, our Dean and Henry Grunfeld Professor of Banking, introduces Sir David Scholey. David Scholey recalls Henry Grunfeld and his impact on the City of London and the Banking & Finance industry.
26:19
March 4, 2019
Episode 44: Financial challenges for the over 50s with Peter Hahn and Brian Wilkinson
We’re all living longer, which is good news, but are we financially ready for a longer retirement? Our Dean and Professor of Banking, Peter Hahn, and our Managing Director, Corporate and Professional Qualifications, Brian Wilkinson, talk about the challenges for the over 50s and how financial advice could help.
15:53
January 16, 2019
Episode 46: Trade Finance Series: Mike Backhouse and David Morrish discuss their trips to Kiev and Tbilisi
Today we will be continuing the Trade Finance series with our Relationship Directors, Mike Backhouse and David Morrish. The continue their journey abroad, recently visiting Kiev and Tbilisi to attend meetings of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and also the ICC Banking Commission.
26:19
December 12, 2018
Episode 45: Trade Finance Series: Supply Chain Finance and its role in trade finance
Today we will be continuing the Trade Finance series with our Relationship Directors, Mike Backhouse and David Morrish. They have both been aboard at trade conferences earlier this year meeting people from different parts of the world and getting perspectives on the current issues of the day, such as Supply Chain Finance. David in Indonesia (Jakarta) at an ICC Indonesia Supply Chain Finance workshop and Mike was in South Africa (Cape Town) at the International Trade and Finance Association (ITFA) Annual Conference.   To start, Mike will step back and discuss what is supply chain and a bit of history. They will then move on, talking about their trips and discussing why Supply Chain is becoming increasingly more relevant in trade finance.
15:17
December 12, 2018
Episode 43: The Bank that Lived a Little - Philip Auger
Philip Augar discusses his recently-published book on Barclays. Based on unparalleled access to those involved, and told with compelling pace and drama, The Bank that Lived a Little describes three decades of boardroom intrigue at one of Britain's biggest financial institutions. Listen now to hear Philip read extracts from the book, and answer questions from our audience of students, members and other guests.
51:04
October 26, 2018
Episode 41: Bill Liao Lecture - Part 1
Bill Liao discusses the growing role of technology in society, especially on finance and blockchain, and how these technologies democratise access. Bill discusses his experiences in telecommunications, and how his company moved the telephone lines to digitised telecommunications and compares it to what is happening with finance today.
28:45
September 28, 2018
Episode 40: Careers Advice with Nadim Choudhary
The Head of Careers and Employability Nadim Choudhury joined us to discuss the what the careers services offers to students, and what kind of advice Nadim can give to prospective students. For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
11:01
September 13, 2018
Episode 39: Trade Finance - Digitalisation
Maersk and IBM have launched their global blockchain trade platform Tradelens, which is a platform developed to enable the digitalisation of trade documentation, potentially making trade quicker and easier.  David Morrish and Mike Backhouse sit down to discuss the recent trends in digitisation of trade finance, and what impact of Maersk and IBM's platform will have on their trade, and what impact they will have in the wider trade finance industry. For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
18:14
August 28, 2018
Episode 38: Interview with 7IM on Over 50s Research
In our latest podcast Heather Tilston talks to Henrietta Grimston from Seven Investment Management and our Director of Business Development, Mark Heaton, about the results of our research among over 50s about their attitudes to money. What does it mean for consumers and for the future of financial advice? Speakers: Henrietta Grimston, Relationship Manager at Seven Investment Management and Mark Heaton, Director, Business Development at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, Presenter: Heather Tilston For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
09:20
August 15, 2018
Episode 37: ICC Global Trade Finance survey 2018
David Morrish and Mike Backhouse discuss the ICC Global survey of Trade Finance from 2018, and they focus on Swift trade traffic and discuss and disect the reports findings. For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
18:12
August 2, 2018
Episode 36: Why is there a gap between retirement aspirations and preparedness
Recent research suggests there’s a reality gap between the over 50s between their aspirations for retirement and their preparedness. Heather Tilston talks to Alison Pask, Managing Director of Financial Capability and Community Outreach, about why that is and the role financial education might play. For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
08:44
July 19, 2018
Episode 35: Andreas Beckwith discusses doing a Masters
A Masters can really boost your career and take you on to the next level, but it is a big commitment of time and money. While it can be a great decision for some people, it isn't for everyone. Join us as we interview Andreas Beckwith who is doing a Masters, and we ask him several questions about what it is like to do a Masters, his experiences and what you should consider before making the decision.  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
17:25
July 4, 2018
Episode 34: Lord Willetts Lecture on a new generational contract
Did you hear in the news about the Intergenerational Commission's recent conclusions about giving young people under 30 £10,000 each? What to know more about the proposal? Lord David Willetts who chairs the Resolution Foundation, the body that came up with the idea gives a talk on the generational contract for millenials and his foundations findings, drawing on a deep and wide-ranging examination of the experiences and prospects of different generations in Britain. For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
13:03
June 21, 2018
Episode 33: Natalie Peters discusses the University Clearing Process
Did you know that the clearing process for universities doesn’t open on the day of results, but actually opens in July? For such an important function of university placements, there isn’t much known about how  university clearing works. We  have decided to tackle it in our latest podcast.   Join us as we talk to Natalie Peters who breaks down the details of clearing, what it is, who it is for, when you should use it and why.  There are so many myths surrounding clearing, and Natalie’s insight can help you make the right decision for your future. For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
16:33
June 11, 2018
Episode 32: Lionel Taylor and Sean Edwards discussing Supply Chain Finance
In this week’s episode, listen to Lionel Taylor and Sean Edwards talking about the legal issues that need to be considered when providing Supply Chain Finance in various forms. They cover: wide use of Supply Chain Finance techniques from receivables finance to payables finance in international trade; legal implications of utilising these techniques across different legal jurisdictions in commercial contracts; impact of digitisation on Supply Chain Finance and international trade and consequential legal implications.   For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
20:03
May 29, 2018
Episode 31: Is technology the future for education?
In this week's podcast episode, we hear from Head of Digital Learning and Libraries, Nicola Scull, about how technology is changing the educational sphere. We also answer that age-old question, whether we should be expecting a robot teacher run by Artificial Intelligence any time soon!  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
18:15
April 30, 2018
Episode 30: Career Champions: Developing Strong Leadership Skills
Nadim Choudhury, head of careers and employability, returns with another episode in the Career Champion series. This time, Nadim covers different leadership skills that are required of students to build a successful professional career, and reveals tips that will help you through the assessment centre and recruitment process.  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
05:27
April 19, 2018
Episode 29: What is a Masters Degree?
In this episode, Toby Brown is joined by Professor Peter Hahn, Dean here at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, for a quick Q&A session on all things Masters. If you're considering taking on a Masters but are still unsure, this episode clears up everything you need to know to make a well informed decision.
06:28
April 8, 2018
Episode 28: Cyber Security and Digital Investigations: Professionalising the Sector
In this week's podcast epsiode, we take a look back at our recent event, covering a new and upcoming scheme that leads to recognised professional accreditation for those whose work involves cyber/digital investigation.  The Cyber Digital Career Pathways Project (CDCPP) working in conjunction with the College of Policing (CoP) are responsible for the development of the scheme, this event features John Hughes form the Institute of Information Security Professionals, Keith Lumley from CoP, Mike Andres from National Trading Standard eCrime Team and Alastair Tyler who is responsible for our Digital Banking & Finance Academy.  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
1:13:36
March 26, 2018
Episode 27: Special Edition Podcast: National Apprenticeship Week 2018
In this episode, Karen Taylor, Head of Apprenticeships here at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, is interviewed by podcast director Toby Brown. We find out the answers to the important questions facing aspiring apprentices'.  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
12:38
March 7, 2018
Episode 26: Career Champions: Becoming a Non-Executive Director
Nadim Choudhury begins a new podcast series, Career Champions. Nadim, discusses his top tips for becoming a Non-Executive Director and the benefits of taking the position.  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
07:30
February 27, 2018
Episode 25: Future Leaders: Lynn Lochhead - The Evolving Role of the Corporate Treasurer
In this weeks podcast, Assistant Group Treasurer at the John Lewis Partnership, Lynn Lochhead takes us through her career at a recent 'Future Leaders' event held here in London.  Lynn discusses:  - The role of the corporate treasurer - How it has evolved over time and continues to evolve - How to become a Treasurer - Her own journey to Corporate Treasury For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
34:17
February 12, 2018
Episode 24: Tricks of the Trade: American Bankers Association Financial Crimes and Enforcement Conference
In the first episode in our Tricks of the Trade podcast series, Trade Finance expert David Morrish is interviewed by colleague Mike Backhouse on the recent Financial Crimes and Enforcement Conference in Washington.  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
15:52
January 29, 2018
Episode 23: Becoming a Non-Executive Director with Mitchel Lenson
In this episode, Mitchel Lenson takes us through his journey as a Non-Executive Director. In his profound and wide-ranging career, Mitchel has enjoyed stints at Deustche Bank and UBS and comments on how it contributed to his appointment as a Non-Executive Director at Nationwide Building Society and CurrencyCloud. Mitchel also discusses the importance of technology in today's financial services.  For exclusive industry insight, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our blog.
41:10
January 15, 2018
Episode 22: Staying cyber secure in treasury and finance - Prevention, detection and mitigation.
Tony Gandy, lecturer for the Masters Degree Programme at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, is joined by Daniel Piper, Detective Sergeant for the Economic Crime Academy; Claire Castelli, Group Treasury Manager from Halfords; Nadya Hijazi, Managing Director & Global Head of GLCM e-Commerce from HSBC and James Kelly, Group Treasurer from Pearson to discuss the effective prevention, detection and mitigation to strenghten and improve organisations' resilience to cyber threat - a prevelent issue in today's digital world. Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Connect with us on LinkedIn. Learn more about our events here.
1:01:10
August 17, 2017
Episode 21: What was the Impact of the Recent G20 Summit and the Implications of the Prosecution of Barclays Bank
Joining Andrew Hilton, Director of CSFI, is Professor Peter Hahn, from The London Institute of Banking & Finance, and Andrew Hall, Head of Professional Standards at CISI. In this episode, the panel discuss the fallout of the recent G20 Summit in Hamburg and the impact on global economic growth, international trade and financial market regulations. Additional to this, they will be covering the prosecution of four former Barclays executives linked with their actions during the height of the Financial Crisis. Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Connect with us on LinkedIn. Learn more about our events here.
39:45
July 13, 2017
Episode 20: Roger Gewolb, consumer finance expert, discusses the phenomena of peer-to-peer lending
In little more than a decade the peer-to-peer lending industry has expanded from a handful of firms offering a few niche services to a fully global industry, which in the UK alone saw more than £3.2bn lent to businesses and indviduals through its platforms. Join Roger Gewolb as he discuesses peer-to-peer lending and its implications for banking and finance industries, consumers, investors and entrepreneurs. Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Connect with us on LinkedIn. Learn more about our events here.
35:56
June 19, 2017
Episode 19: What does the recent General Election result mean for Brexit?
In this episode, the first Brexit Roundtable Discussion, Professor Peter Hahn and Anthony Belchambers, Chairman of the Financial Services Negotiation Forum, join Andrew Hilton, Director of CSFI, to discuss the fallout of the recent extraordinary General Election and the impact it might have on the upcoming Brexit negotiations. Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Connect with us on LinkedIn. Learn more about our events here.
38:25
June 13, 2017
Episode 18: Brexit roundtable with Professor Peter Hahn and ‎Senior Economics Lecturer John Hearn
With Article 50 now triggered Professor Peter Hahn and ‎Senior Economics Lecturer John Hearn discuss what the outcomes of Brexit could mean for the finance industry and wider economy.    Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Connect with us on LinkedIn. Learn more about our events here.
41:10
March 30, 2017
Episode 17: Luke Harding, Senior International Correspondent, Guardian New & Media, talks about his investigation on the Panama papers
In this episode Luke Harding, Senior International Correspondent at the Guardian talks about his investigation  into the Panama papers and what was to become the world's biggest leak.   Like us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Connect with us on LinkedIn. Learn more about our events here.
35:40
March 15, 2017
Episode 16: Lord Alistair Darling, former Chancellor of the Exchequer, on the economy, Brexit and the financial crisis
The former Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Alistair Darling, talks about the current economic and political climate at the 2017 Henry Grunfeld Lecture.
32:50
February 16, 2017
Episode 15: Digital disruption and the future of banking - Craig Iley, Atom Bank
In this episode, Craig Iley, co-founder and the Managing Director of Business Banking at Atom Bank, discusses the future of banking. In this event, he talks about how digital banks and challenger banks are changing the industry, and what might happen to the industry in the future. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Connect with us on LinkedIn   Learn more about our events here: www.libf.ac.uk/events  Music: Purple Planet
50:47
January 17, 2017
Episode 14: Innovation, change and the future of banking - Elizabeth Corley CBE
Elizabeth Corley CBE, Vice Chair of Allianz Global Investors, speaks at the 2016 Graduation ceremony on her career and the future of the industry.
24:17
December 14, 2016
Episode 13: Transforming private banking: What are the challenges for the private banking & wealth management sector, and what new opportunities exist?
Dr Peter Hahn discusses the challenges facing the transforming private banking sector, and what new opportunities and strategies exist for firms.
38:22
November 30, 2016
Episode 12: Brexit and banking - What are international banks doing, and how are they making these decisions?
Michael Sholem leads a panel discussion ocused on how international banks are framing their decisions on Brexit and which decisions are underway.
1:03:13
November 16, 2016
Episode 11: Gemma Godfrey, CEO of Moo.la, on how you can help employees gain personal financial education
Gemma Godfrey speaks at the 2016 ProShare Conference about the importance of ensuring your employees understand personal financial education
23:42
November 3, 2016
Episode 10: Brexit update - where we are now?
Dr Peter Hahn, Henry Grunfeld Professor of Banking, gives his view of where the banking & finance industry is six weeks on after the referendum result.
19:41
August 3, 2016
Episode 9: The Financial Innovation Awards – how to enter and what it means to win
Dr Tony Gandy and Alison Thomas Steer discuss the Financial Innovation Awards, including how to enter, why you should enter and what the judges are looking for from successful entries
23:43
July 15, 2016
Episode 8: Brexit special - what now for the banking and finance industry?
Dr Peter Hahn, Henry Grunfeld Professor of Banking at ifs University College, discusses what could be next for the City of London.
19:18
June 30, 2016
Episode 7: Justin Urquhart-Stewart on the UK referendum and what Brexit may mean for the UK's finance industry
Justin Urquhart-Stewart, co-founder and Head of Corporate Development at Seven Investment Management, discusses the challenges facing the finance industry ahead of a potential Brexit.
47:10
June 15, 2016
Episode 6: the UK referendum, the European Union and the financial services industry: What impact will Brexit have?
EU expert, Graham Bishop, on the UK referendum and the impact Brexit may have on the financial services industry
50:41
May 31, 2016
Episode 5: Dame Colette Bowe on banking standards and building consumer trust in the banking industry
Chairman of the Banking Standards Board, Dame Colette Bowe, discusses the role professionalism might play in restoring the trustworthiness of the banking sector
48:52
May 17, 2016
Episode 4: Alexander Ljungqvist, from NYU Stern School of Business, on venture capitalism
Ira Rennert Chair from the NYU Stern School of Business talks about the venture capitalists, the future of VCs, and the skills needed to succeed in the industry
38:32
May 3, 2016
Episode 3: Keith Breslauer on raising capital, overcoming obstacles to start a new business, and navigating the financial crisis
Managing Director of Patron Capital Advisers talks about overcoming obstacles, raising capital, and his journey of starting a new business to managing €3.1 billion in assets.
44:43
April 19, 2016
Episode 2: Alexander Ljungqvist, from NYU Stern School of Business, on shareholder capitalism
Ira Rennert Chair from the NYU Stern School of Business talks about the future of shareholder capitalism
42:39
April 5, 2016
Episode 1: Claudi Santiago on the private equity sector, technology in finance, and how to be successful in the industry
First Reserve COO talks about the changing private equity industry and what it takes to succeed in the business, as part of the ifs University College Inspiring Leaders series.
35:57
March 14, 2016