April 25

12.30-2.15pm

Auto-enrolment – an unqualified success?

  • Baroness Altmann

  • Michael Johnson (Centre for Policy Studies)

  • Malcolm Small (Retirement Income Alliance)

  • Chris Curry (Pensions Policy Institute)


April 26

6.30-8.00pm

Life after PSD2: preparing for the new world of payments.

  • Michael Aragona (Mizuho)

  • Ruth Wandhöfer (Citi)

  • Richard Koch (UK Cards Association)

  • Nick Middleton (TSB)

  • Bharat Bhushan (IBM)


April 27

8.30-10.00am

The Unbanking of America

  • Lisa Servon (UPenn)

  • Chris Pond (Financial Inclusion Commission) 

  • Russell Hamblin-Boone (Consumer Finance Association)


April 27

12.30-2.15pm

The General Data Protection Regulation: One year left.

  • Mike Turner (Capgemini)

  • Cameron Craig (HSBC)

  • Paula Barrett (Eversheds Sutherland)

  • Paul Henninger (FTI Consulting)


May 3

8.30-10.00am

FinTech for Breakfast (19)

  • Izabella Kaminska (FT Alphaville)

  • Gavin Littlejohn (FDATA & OBIE)

  • Richard Wazacz (Octopus Labs)


May 3

12.30-2.15pm

Using “Big Data” in insurance

  • Markus Christen (UZH)

  • Andreas Spiegel (Swiss Re)

  • Paul Henninger (FTI Consulting)

  • Rich Folsom (Kemp Little)


May 4

8.30-10.00am

Sustainable Finance for Breakfast (1)

  • Ben Caldecott (Smith School, Oxford)

  • Catherine Howarth (ShareAction)


May 8

6.30-8.00pm

From Peer to Here: launch of the CSFI's new report on alternative finance

  • Andy Davis

  • Paul Murphy (FT Alphaville)

  • Sam Robinson (CMS)