In Conversation With Sir Howard Davies

Panellists discuss whether banks have become more transparent and accountable since the crash.

Partner and major corporate event Recording
31 October 2018 — 6:30PM TO 7:30PM
Chatham House | 10 St James's Square | London | SW1Y 4LE

Sir Howard Davies, chairman of RBS, in conversation with Evan Davis, offers some thoughts on the future of the bank and the challenges and opportunities facing the UK and global banking sectors.

Reflecting on the decade since the 2008 financial crisis, they discuss whether banks have become more transparent and accountable since the crash and if the global financial institutions and regulators have learned lessons that will make it resilient in the face of future such crises.

The Corporate Leaders Series provides an opportunity for business leaders to discuss political, economic and social issues they consider important to businesses working in an international context. The event is followed by a reception.

Participants

Sir Howard Davies, Chairman, Royal Bank of Scotland

Chair: Evan Davis, Presenter, BBC

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