October 23

12.30-2.15pm

"Clean Brexit: Why leaving the EU still makes sense." 

  • Liam Halligan (Telegraph)

  • Gerard Lyons


October 24

6.30pm

"A Level Playing Field for Investment Research?" Launch of the latest CSFI report

  • Jane Fuller (CSFI)

  • Philip Augur

  • Chris Deavin (Euro IRP)

  • Jonathan Ford (FT)

  • With support from Euro IRP


November 8

8.30-10.00am

The New Silk Road: The Kazakh experience

  • Alexander Van de Putte (IE Business School)

  • Dr. Kairat Kelimbetov (Astana International Financial Centre)

  • Nurlan Kussainov (AIFC) 

  • Daniel Widdicombe (China Construction Bank)


November 8

6.30pm

CSFI Young Economists Dinner

  • David Goodhart (Policy Exchange)

  • With support from Ruffer LLP


November 13

12.30-2.15pm

 

Unlocking the potential of AI in banking

  • Antony Jenkins (10x)

  • Gaël de Boissard

  • David Robson (IBM).


November 14

8.30-10.00am

FinTech for Breakfast (24)

  • Izabella Kaminska (FT Alphaville) & TBC

  • With support from Dentons


November 14

12.30-2.15pm

 UK/EU market access post ‘Brexit’. A round-table discussion of the IRSG’s latest report (and alternatives). 

  • Rachel Kent (Hogan Lovells)

  • Barnabas Reynolds (Shearman & Sterling)


November 21

8.30-10.00am

Brussels for Breakfast (135)

  • Graham Bishop

  • David Thomas


November 21

12.30-2.15pm

Rethinking capitalism: A round-table discussion on egalitarian/stakeholder capitalism

  • Phillip Ullman (Cordant)

  • Gavin Oldham (Share Centre)

  • Duncan Weldon (Resolution Group)


November 22

6.30pm

CSFI Young Economists Dinner

  • John Godfrey (L&G)


November 28

12.30-2.15pm

The Reputation Game

  • David Waller (FTI Consulting)

  • Rupert Younger (Finsbury)


November 30

6.30pm

Diary of the Euro crisis in Cyprus

  • Panicos Demetriades (University of Leicester)

  • David Green

  • Megan Greene (Manulife)

  • Olli Rehn (Bank of Finland)


December 7

12.30-2.15pm

6 days in September

  • William Keegan (Observer)

  • David Marsh (OMFIF)

  • Richard Roberts (KCL)


December 13

8.30-10.00am

Brussels for Breakfast (136)

  • Graham Bishop

  • Hans Hack (FTI Consulting)