Across our already troubled world, there are big population changes afoot, with dramatically falling birth rates in some countries and rising in others, but all with increasing lifespans – virus and obesity notwithstanding – meaning changes in “old-age dependency ratio,” and a radical new world order in 80 years’ time. This brings challenges for all nations, and for the financial sector, with the potential for fiscal strains, labour shortages, economic stagnation, and the certainty of increased spending on healthcare and pensions.
Simon Culhane invites us to think of the challenges, and opportunities in the UK for wealth management, financial planning and capital markets.
Simon Culhane was appointed CEO of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment in May 2004, having previously worked both with a number of blue-chip financial companies and in Central Government. His previous role was at Deutsche Bank where he worked as Director, Chairman’s Office, Global Investment Banking. For three years prior to this, Simon was Deputy Director, Prime Minister’s Efficiency Unit, Cabinet Office where he was responsible for the Unit’s work in a number of major Government Departments. Simon achieved his professional banking qualifications whilst in his early career with Lloyds Bank plc, undertaking a number of roles including Senior Group Manager, Retail Banking and in Chicago, USA. A Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, Simon was educated at St Paul’s School London and the University of Surrey. He is married with four children and his interests include sailing and supporting AFC Wimbledon.
Tuesday, 11 January 2022
16:00 - 17:00 GMT
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