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The Technological Revolution in Financial Services

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Finance | Economic Analysis and Policy | Alumni Networking

Date: Tuesday April 13, 2021 | 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Speaker(s): Richard Nesbitt, MBA '85, Chair of The Inclusion Initiative Advisory Board, The Inclusion Initiative
London School of Economics & Alumnus / Adjunct Professor, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Robin Green, Digital Markets Initiatives, CIBC Capital Markets
Peter Conroy, President, Trayport A TMX company
Topic: The Technological Revolution in Financial Services: How banks, fintechs, and customers win together
Venue:

Online. Link to be provided upon registration.

Location: Online | Europe
Cost: No cost.
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We’re thrilled to invite you to a free livestream held by the Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce and the Rotman School of Management on April 13.

The Technological Revolution in Financial Services: How banks, fintechs, and customers win together

Our keynote speaker, Richard Nesbitt (MBA ’85), will address the structural changes being driven by regulation, technology, and demographics — a combination that’s changing the competitive landscape of the financial services industry.

Peter Conroy, President, Trayport A TMX company, will be joining the discussion and Robin Green, Digital Markets Initiatives, CIBC Capital Markets, will be moderating.

We hope you will join us for this unique opportunity to delve into the fintech revolution.


About the Speakers

Keynote speaker

Richard Nesbitt (MBA ’85)
Chair of The Inclusion Initiative Advisory Board, The Inclusion Initiative
London School of Economics & Alumnus / Adjunct Professor, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Richard Nesbitt is an Adjunct Professor of the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Richard is now based in London, UK where he is working with the London School of Economics as Chair of a new research institute “The Inclusion Initiative at LSE”.   His new book (with Michael King) is titled “The Technological Revolution in Financial Services” (UTP 2020).  In June 2017, Richard published a book (with Barbara Annis) titled “Results at the Top” on the issue of men’s responsibility for gender diversity to improve their organizations (Wiley 2017).

Richard was CEO of Global Risk Institute in Financial Services until 2019.  Prior to that he was COO of CIBC until September 2014.  From 2004 to 2008 Richard was CEO of TSX Group, a public company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange, having joined TSX as President of TSX Markets in 2001. Richard is a graduate of the London School of Economics MSc 1986, Rotman School of Management MBA 1985 and Ivey School of Business HBA 1978.

Robin Green, Digital Markets Initiatives, CIBC Capital Markets

Robin leads Digital Markets Innovation within CIBC and is focused on the delivery of new transformative technologies, with a particular focus on the tokenisation of Cash and Debt within Capital Markets.  Prior to joining CIBC, he worked at Commerzbank and Merrill Lynch, and led the delivery of FX and Fixed Income ecommerce platforms. Robin graduated from University College London with a Degree in Electronic Engineering & Computer Science.

Peter Conroy, President, Trayport A TMX company

Mr. Conroy joined TMX Group in 2004 and has served in leadership roles across the business, including as President of Shorcan Brokers Limited, TMX Group’s fixed income inter-dealer broker, from 2008 to 2018. Prior to that role, he served as Director of Business Development, Futures Market at the Montreal Exchange and as a Senior Manager in Equities Trading at TSX. Before joining TMX Group, Mr. Conroy held senior positions at a number of software and financial services providers, and was a founder of Canada’s first registered Alternative Trading System, or ATS, CollectiveBid Systems/CBID Markets Inc. Peter has served on the Board of Natural Gas Exchange (NGX) and on the Board of Directors of The SandBox Project, a Canadian national charity whose vision is to make Canada the healthiest place on earth for children and youth to grow up. Peter currently serves on the Board of the Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce.