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At the heart of New Financial is a managed programme of private dinners, briefings and workshops. We provide a private forum for senior individuals with different perspectives from across the industry – investors, issuers, banks, and government – to work together to address common challenges.

HM Treasury Women in Finance Charter – Annual Review launch event

14 March 2019• Driving diversity • Launch event

HM Treasury in collaboration with New Financial present the launch event of the second Annual Review of the HM Treasury Women in Finance Charter, hosted by the City of London Corporation. This is an opportunity to gain insight into the progress of Charter signatories, celebrate successes, discuss best practice around the principles of the Charter, […]

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‘Adam Smith: what he thought and why it matters’ – breakfast with Jesse Norman MP

7 February 2019• Unlocking capital markets • Breakfast • Jesse Norman MP

This event’s focus will be Jesse Norman’s fascinating recent book on ‘Adam Smith: what he thought and why it matters’. In the context of debate over the ‘crisis of capitalism’, this will be one of the most interesting and challenging discussions that we host this year and we have invited a senior and wide-ranging audience […]

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The purpose of stock exchanges

31 January 2019• Unlocking capital markets • Private Dinner

A high-level dinner to discuss the working draft of our upcoming paper on ‘The purpose of stock exchanges’. The paper tries to reconcile the huge increases in liquidity and efficiency of equity markets over the past few decades with a structural decline in new issuance and the number of listed companies – and includes some […]

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‘Brexit & financial services: the Luxembourg perspective’ – breakfast with His Excellency Jean Olinger, Luxembourg’s Ambassador to the UK

22 January 2019• Brexit • Private Breakfast • His Excellency Jean Olinger, Luxembourg's Ambassador to the UK

Luxembourg may have a population smaller than Birmingham (with just 600,000) but it is at the heart of the EU and a key international financial centre for funds, private banking and insurance. It has been actively pitching to win business forced to relocate from the UK as a result of Brexit. Ambassador Olinger will lead […]

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‘The impact of capital markets on people’s everyday lives’ – breakfast with Jes Staley

15 January 2019• Unlocking capital markets • Private Breakfast • Jes Staley

Jes Staley, group chief executive at Barclays, will discuss the implications of our recent report on The Impact of Capital Markets on People’s Everyday Lives, as viewed through the lens of the economy of the North West of England (in case you missed it, you can download the report here).  Jes will talk about why politicians, […]

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