Jobs of the future in finance: cyborgs, coding and compliance?


This is a webinar event taking place on Tuesday 25 May 2021 1pm to 2pm BST (London, UK time)

With the ever increasing adoption of AI, machine learning and robots in banking and finance, it’s easy to imagine that, in time, the human role will be purely limited to programming and monitoring these technologies. But is this really a likely scenario? Will there still be a place for traditional banking and soft skills? Is it the case that the jobs of the future simply haven’t been invented yet?

In this month’s webinar from the LIBF Centre for Digital Banking & Finance we’re delighted to be joined by Ez Britton, fintech entrepreneur and founder of Code Untapped, Roisin Levine, Head of Banks at Flux and Ant Mazen, Head of Future Skills at Lloyds Banking Group to explore what the future may hold for jobs and skills in the banking and finance sector.

Who will be speaking?
Anthony Mazen, Head of Future Skills, Lloyds Banking Group
Ezechi Britton, Founder, Code Untapped
Nadim Choudhury, Head of Careers & Employability, The London Institute of Banking & Finance
Roisin Levine, Head of Banks, Flux

Nadim Choudhury, Head of Careers & Employability, The London Institute of Banking & Finance
Nadim is our Head of Careers & Employability. He is a fully accredited and qualified Career Coach with over 15 years’ experience in the UK Higher Education sector. He has a proven track record of leadership, project management, teaching, business planning, student advice and growing and managing an extensive network of contacts with global recruiters.

Nadim can help individuals develop their career, find meaning in their professional identity and achieve success. He has also interviewed many CEOs and executives on career development issues. Nadim also lectures on Personal Development & Employability.

Roisin Levine, Head of Banks, Flux
Roisin Levine is Head of Banks at Flux, a fintech building an API for receipt data. Flux is partnered with Barclays, Starling and Monzo and is a graduate of Barclays Accelerator programme.
Roisin was named as a Rising Star in the Women in Fintech Powerlist for the last three years and also nominated for Women in Finance’s 2020 Young Leader of the Year.

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