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Partner Richard Baxter is attending the FT Live’s The Banking Revolution

  • October 20, 2021
  • By Richard Baxter, Partner

Partner Richard Baxter is attending the FT Live’s The Banking Revolution, held on 19-20 October 2021.

The digital conference provides in-depth panel debates and fireside chats. Featuring global innovators, policy makers, thought leaders, and senior executives from the banking and financial ecosystem, various topics will be explored regarding the next stage of the banking revolution.

COVID-19 has shone a light on the enormous potential that redefining the purpose of banking will have for both society and the industry. In this conference with the Financial Times, in partnership with Mambu, Richard will be part of the conversation on breaking down the barriers to reforming the banking industry to make it work for the whole of society.

Richard’s focus on high growth companies, particularly in the technology sector, and commitment to ESG has drawn him specifically to the following sessions at the conference:

DAY 1:

Now or never – resetting and rebuilding trust and loyalty in financial services

Can evolution in payments open up the world of finance?

Can open banking work for all?

What role should banks be playing in making the digital economy work for everyone?

Day 2:

The missing middle – is it time for radical action to bridge the Small, Medium and Micro Enterprise (SMME) banking gap

Credit Disrupted – Assessing the rapid evolution of digital lending

What role should banks and fintechs be playing in funding a sustainable, ESG friendly economic recovery?

Financial Services for Women – How can fintech bridge the inclusion gap?

Will the bank of the future be a technology company?

Read more regarding the digital conference here.

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