Closing keynote: Accelerating strategic change: the climate change agenda and its implications for a sustainable finance revolution

Despite the pressures of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Brexit, and LIBOR transition, financial and non-financial corporates have been keen to progress the climate-risk agenda. However, more tangible actions are needed to turn this enthusiasm into practice. In this session, Sarah Breeden, who leads the Bank of England’s work on climate-related risks, will have a conversation…

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Stage 11: Treasury across the globe

Bringing together chairs of treasury associations from around the world and linking up with the regional series of pre-recorded sessions discussing treasury and its different challenges and experiences internationally, along with the learnings from the past four days, this discussion will take a global view, looking at how treasurers are accelerating strategic change via increased…

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Corporate case study 7: How to successfully implement an open banking strategy

Through open banking, personal and business customers can now share their data securely with banks and third parties, allowing them to compare products, initiate payments and request account information. In this case study two NatWest customers (Vanquis Bank and Northern) will be sharing how Payit – a connected payments solution offering fast, fair, simple and…

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Treasury lab 18: Blockchain: the trust dilemma

As emerging business models take advantage of blockchain technology are firms ready to manage the risks arising from key technologies such as distributed ledgers and smart contracts? distinguish between blockchain technology and crypto currencies highlight the opportunities that the new technology brings to the financial system including case studies from proof of concepts (POCs) what…

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