The FS Club: Banking beyond 2020

Written by Ashwin Rattan Monday, 18 February 2013 14:21
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The Financial Services Club is holding an event on Wednesday 6th March 2013 from 6.00pm until 8.45pm at The City IOD.


The Subject of the Meeting will be:  Banking beyond 2020

The Speaker will be:  Neil Jacobsohn, Senior Partner, FutureWorld International

Chris Skinner, Chairman of The Financial Services Club, will chair the meeting.

If you wish to attend you should register, if you have not already done so, at:  Member / Non Member

(The cost for non members is £95 plus vat and is reimbursed in the event of the attendee subsequently becoming a member.)


The future has perhaps never been more frightening.


Turbulence, chaos and uncertainty are the order of the day.


Economic systems are teetering with politicians blindly focused on winning the next election, rather than building winning nations.


Trust in most of the traditional institutions is broken and banks are experiencing unprecedented brutal scrutiny. Meanwhile new technologies and new competitors threaten existing industries. What are the scenarios and key drivers that will shape the business context beyond 2020? How can you better understand the real future out there? How can you choose your corporate and personal future? How can you stay relevant?


Neil Jacobsohn, senior partner of FutureWorld International, will explore the world beyond 2020 a perspective of the future stripped bare of the hype.


Neil Jacobsohn has been an award-winning journalist, a digital entrepreneur, a company director and professional marketer. Unusually, he combined entrepreneurship with corporate success. He has served as chairman, executive and non-executive director on a number of listed and unlisted company Boards. He has been a life-long communicator with a passion for the future. He is a founding member of the FutureWorld Network, an energetic and entertaining speaker, strategist and facilitator, working for corporate clients and learning institutions around the world, among them the London Business School, Oxford University’s Saïd Business School and Duke Corporate Education.


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