Money makes the world go round – it’s not only a song but a truism of the 21st century
While banking crises echo around us and national debt grows, we take global trade and the rise of multinational companies for granted. Money and consumerism is the driving force of every culture. How can we direct this powerful force for good and the benefit of people and society?
This conversation is for all those in the financial, legal and business sector.
James Featherby was a partner in one of London’s leading law firms for over 20 years, is a past chairman of the City Prayer Breakfast and is now a fellow of the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity and chair of the Church of England Ethical Investment Advisory Group.
Luca Bosatta has 20 years of experience in finance. He is a founding partner of a market-leading risk technology and advisory platform. Luca has a passion for the role business can play in transforming society. He is a non-executive director of ClearlySo (helping social entrepreneurs raise capital), on the board of Angello (catalysing social investment in some of Eastern Europe’s poorest countries – Moldova, Georgia, Armenia and the Balkans), and he is an executive team member of the Leaders Integrity Foundation (Switzerland).
Rachel Blanshard works for a global investment bank as Global HR Business Partner Group Technology, and is based in London. She was previously regional HR head APAC, operating out of Hong Kong. Earlier in her career she had HR roles in a central bank and in the legal profession, with her first role on leaving university, where she studied Textile Design, being in retail.