Charles Randall, Chair of the Financial Conduct Authority, Poppy Jaman, CEO of the City Mental Health Alliance, and Alison Cottrell, CEO of the BSB, will chair a roundtable discussion on 30 March 2020.
This invitation-only event, hosted at the Bank of England by Bradley Fried, Chair of Court, will bring together a small group of CEOs and senior executives to discuss how mental health support in the workplace and the regulatory framework can most effectively complement each other.
BSB CEO Alison Cottrell will be speaking at the FCA Transforming Culture Conference 2020 on 25 March 2020. Alison Cottrell is taking part in the panel entitled Assessing Culture: Weighing up the options.
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.
The knowledge-sharing seminar will explore evolving approaches on how to foster a better speak up culture.
The discussion will be led by the BSB Insights team, made up of behavioural and data scientists, and three senior speakers from BSB member firms, who will share the different approaches that they have been pioneering within their teams. They will be joined by Rowena Russell, Associate Director of Business, The Old Vic, who will share valuable insights from a different industry.
- Catherine Dineley, Group Head of Culture, Lloyd’s Banking Group
- Helen Smith, Senior Manager, People and HR strategy, HSBC
- Thomas Colley, Head of Employee Communications, HSBC
- Rowena Russell, Associate Director of Business, The Old Vic
- Kate Coombs, Senior Behavioural Scientist, BSB
BSB CEO Alison Cottrell and BSB Board Member Saker Nusseibeh will both be speaking at the 5th Annual Culture and Conduct Forum for the Financial services Industry on 14 November. Alison will be taking part in a panel on who to encourage a culture of Speaking and Listening Up while Saker will be taking part in a panel exploring how to measure culture.
BSB Board members Dame Susan Rice and Saker Nusseibeh will both be contributing to Ethical Finance 2019 in October. Organised by the Global Ethical Finance Initiative (GEFI) this event will bring together business, political, civic and social leaders of society in Edinburgh to network, share, co-develop and shape a fairer, more sustainable financial system.
The 23rd World Conference of Banking Institutes is being held this year in London for the first time since 1979. BSB CEO Alison Cottrell will be taking part in a panel on 16 September exploring what has changed since the financial crisis.
You can catch BSB CEO Alison Cottrell talking about leadership and culture in banking at the Westminster Business Forum policy conference on September 5: Culture and conduct in financial services – the impact of new regulation, developing healthy work cultures and the role of senior managers.