Welcome to this City of London Roundtable discussion featuring Sarah Hall, Professor of Economic Geography at University of Nottingham, as guest speaker, on the future of London as a financial centre, its international standing, and the changing nature of finance.
Supported by funding from the ESRC, the British Academy, The Leverhulme Trust and the Nuffield Foundation, Sarah's research centres on financial services in the UK, London's international financial district and its relations with Europe, China and North America. Her research has been covered by leading media outlets including The Financial Times, the BBC, The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph and Wired magazine. She was appointed an Editor of Geoforum in 2013 and held a British Academy Mid Career Fellowship (2015-2017). Sarah is currently a Senior Fellow with The UK in a Changing Europe where her work focuses on Brexit and the UK's financial services sector. She was elected a fellow of The Academy of Social Sciences in 2020.
About the City of London Roundtable
The SCC's City of London Roundtables bring together stakeholders from the Nordic-UK financial services industry, tailored for an intimate group of business leaders from banks, asset managers, private equity and advisory firms. The event takes place virtually and follows the Chatham House Rule.
Please register your interest to attend this event. Participant lists are curated with the theme of each City of London Roundtable in mind, for all attendees to get the most out of the discussions. You will be notified if your seat has been confirmed. Payment will be made upon confirmation. By booking, non-members pay £15.
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