BSB CEO Alison Cottrell will be speaking at the Culture in Investment Management Forum on 17 September. Alison will be taking part in a panel on the role of leaders, executives and iNEDs in developing, maintaining and measuring culture.
This virtual event on the morning of 22 July 2020, led by Mikael Down, Executive Director for Assessment and Insights at the BSB, will focus on technology and organisation culture.The BSB has continued to explore the findings from firms who, alongside their participation in the annual BSB Survey in 2019, also took part in our more detailed focus groups on the theme of technology and organisational culture. Insights from interviews and focus groups provided us with a wealth of valuable data that we will share more widely for the first time during the session.
The event will explore three decades of disruption and ask what have we learned and what comes next? As we emerge from the COVID crisis, is this a genuinely disruptive moment or just another tweak to our constant uncertainty? Is there any longer any such thing as “the new normal” or is this just our new every-day?
Panellists Mikael Down, Banking Standards Board; Nikolas Kairinos, Founder, fountech.ai; and Professor Joanna Bryson, Hertie School, Berlin will discuss. The conversation will be led by Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Principal of Jesus College, Oxford; Chair, the Open Data Institute. For further information or to register, click here.
Employees in financial services, as elsewhere, have had to adapt rapidly to new working environments, and change and uncertainty are likely to continue to characterise the coming months. Workforce resilience has in this context become even more important for employers. Sir Brendan Barber, Chair of the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) and Deputy Chair of the BSB, and Susan Clews, CEO of ACAS will draw on their considerable experience to discuss what matters for workforce resilience, and how firms can help their employees adapt to and manage ongoing change.
This virtual knowledge sharing discussion, led by Paul Litchfield, Chair of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, will focus on the challenges posed by the Covid-19 crisis to employees’ mental wellbeing, and explore what and how we can learn from each other’s experience – both now and over the coming months – to help us address these and support mental wellbeing and resilience across the financial services sector.
This virtual knowledge sharing discussion will focus on sharing thoughts about the different challenges presented by Covid-19 and exploring what we can learn from each other’s experience to help us address them, both individually and collectively. The session will be chaired by BSB CEO Alison Cottrell.
Alison Cottrell, CEO of the BSB, Charles Randell, Chair of the Financial Conduct Authority, Brad Fried, Chair of the Court of Directors at the Bank of England and Poppy Jaman, CEO, City Mental Health Alliance will chair a roundtable discussion on 14 July 2020.
This invitation-only event will be an informal discussion with CEOs from the banking and financial services sector on the health of the workplace post Covid-19.
BSB Policy Associate and Behavioural Scientist Dr. Jesal Dilip Sheth will be speaking at the Cultural Finance conference at Queen Mary University of London on 28 February 2020. Dr. Jesal Dilip Sheth’s presentation will be on understanding culture in the UK banking industry.
On 14 January 2020, the BSB, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the London School of Economics will host an event exploring the role of behavioural science in improving organisational culture within financial services firms.
BSB Chair Dame Susan Rice and Federal Reserve Bank of New York President and CEO John C. Williams will participate in a discussion with experts working in behavioural science and associated disciplines, including psychology, law, finance and management.
This event will bring together academics with senior leaders in finance and financial regulation to discuss how behavioural science can be applied within financial services to the benefit of the sector’s clients, customers and society as a whole.
The BSB Member Forum convenes twice a year and brings together 12 senior representatives from the BSB membership over a two-year period. The forum shares some of the thinking and obtains feedback about the BSB’s key areas of work and, importantly, create a sustained mechanism to facilitate dialogue and debate.