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Stay ahead in the world of finance with our regular podcast series, featuring interviews with leading figures in the finance and business world.

    Episode 71: Financial education five years on - is it still adding up?

    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.

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    • 25 min
    Episode 70: Celebrating 21 years of CDCS

    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.

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    • 30 min
    Episode 69: Banking on Change

    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

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    • 27 min
    Episode 68: The Centre for Digital Banking and Finance presents Artificial Intelligence Breakfast Briefing

    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.
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    • 47 min
    Episode 67: WCBI 2019 – What will banks be doing in 2029?

    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

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    • 49 min
    Episode 66: CSFI Sustainable Finance – What role do carbon markets play in tackling climate change?

    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

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