DEVELOP & GROW

With branches in Bristol, London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Birmingham we have reach all over the UK, offering events that allow our members and non-members access to the very best of industry thought, insight and education.
Jun
14
2018

WOMEN IN BANKING AND FINANCE AWARDS WINNERS ANNOUNCED | 21st AWARDS CEREMONY

• Five winners from inspirational shortlist announced, including new Rising Star Award winner • More than 500 members of banking and finance industry gather to applaud winners • WIBF President, Vivienne Artz, calls for a restructuring of pay and work structures in the industry • Keynote speaker, Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP, Chair, Treasury Select Committee highlights Government commitment to equality in the banking and finance sector

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Jun
8
2018

An Invitation - Panel Presentation - Bank Culture Reform & Behavioural Science

The banking industry and regulators are using behavioral science tools to help improve the ethical cultures of financial services firms on a worldwide basis. At a recent Thomson Reuters forum in New York, regulators and industry leaders discussed how behavioural methods from fields such as organisational psychology are being combined with sophisticated technology to fight misconduct and encourage ethical cultures.

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Event review

Covert Competition : Are women holding each other back?

WIBF Birmingham were delighted that Dr Mairi MacLeod was able to speak with us on the 22nd of May on Covert Competition. The event was generously hosted by KPMG. Mairi started her career studying animal behaviour and for her PHD studied the mating and reproductive strategies of wild…

Edinburgh: Mental Health: Leadership and changing the culture

We celebrated Mental Health Awareness week on Wednesday 16th May by hosting an event in conjunction with Lloyds Banking Group. The topic was Leadership and Changing the Culture within the organisation. We had the pleasure of Maggie Georgopoulos as a speaker, Maggie is a Maggie is a…
South Africa: How the gender numbers game hides pay gaps businesslive.co.za/bd/opinion/201… via @BDliveSA
Business schools target women in finance ft.com/content/f711c8… via @FinancialTimes
Criteria for being promoted to top finance jobs ‘favour men over women’ telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/… via @telebusiness

CHALLENGE & THINK

WIBF prides itself on its forward-thinking and emphatic thought leadership. With contributions from members who lead the industry, we aim to provoke discussion, debate and new ideas, all with the goal of making the industry better and brighter.