Dr Philip Augar
Distinguished Lecture Series - Should we trust our banks?
The crisis of 2008-9 raised serious concerns about our banks, a group of institutions previously regarded as ‘boring but safe’. Panic in the High St, last minute government rescues and evidence of cynical cheating changed all that.
A decade on, have the reforms changed the business model and culture and do we have any alternative but to trust our banks?
- From: Wednesday 27 November 2019, 6 pm
- To: Wednesday 27 November 2019, 7.15 pm
- Registration: 5.45 pm
- Location: Lecture Theatre 2, Newton building, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
- Booking deadline: Tuesday 26 November 2019, 12.00 pm
Philip Augar is an author and former investment banker. A PhD in History, he has been speaking, writing and broadcasting about the challenges of modern capitalism and banking for 20 years.
He has written six books, including the acclaimed Death of Gentlemanly Capitalism (2000) and his latest work, The Bank That Lived a Little: Barclays in the Age of the Very Free Market (2018). He contributes to the Financial Times and other publications and appears regularly on BBC radio and television.
Philip has held a number of advisory and non-executive roles in the public and private sectors and chaired the panel reviewing post-18 education for the UK government in 2018-19.
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