Over two hundred senior financial service professionals attended this exclusive event, organised by Mosaic and Capco, to hear presentations and discussions with leading industry figures and professors, including:
- The Future of Investment Banking – with Stephen Vinnicombe, Partner at Capco, and Malik Karim, Chief Executive of Fenchurch Advisory Partners.
- Regulation: The Name of the Game – with Professor Philip Rawlings, The Centre for Commercial Law studies, UCL.
- The Convergence of Insurance and Banking – with Professor Iain Allan, Honorary Visiting Professor, Cass Business School.
- Islamic Finance & Emerging Markets – with Richard Thomas, CEO of Gatehouse Bank and Omar Shaikh, Executive Chairman, Islamic Finance Council.
Amina Dhabi Skali, Mosaic’s London Regional Manager, who conceptualised the event, says: “As a charitable initiative that receives immensely valuable support from the financial services sector, we wanted to create an active discussion around the challenges it faces. We are bringing together cutting edge thought leadership to facilitate the creation of possible solutions for a sector that impacts our global economy so profoundly.
“Furthermore, many of the volunteers who participate in our school mentoring programmes have financial services backgrounds. At Mosaic, we are helping to foster the next generation of leaders for this sector, amongst others, and this event aims to help us, and our sponsors, understand what the sector may look like in the future”.
Ismail Amla, a senior partner at Capco and board member of Mosaic states: “We believe it is essential to provide practical thought leadership on how this sector can remain relevant and highly profitable and, most importantly, do so ethically. In doing so, it can contribute to the provision of funding and support for Mosaic’s mentees of today to become entrepreneurs and professionals tomorrow; generating wealth that can raise and sustain our collective social well-being”.
For information about the event contact Sophie Allen on 0207 566 8734.