Creating value and sharing values in a globalising world
Seminar with Lord Green as guest speaker
3 November 2014
Regent’s University London: Herringham Hall, 18:00 – 19:30
This is an unmissable opportunity to meet a finance expert who understands the dilemma of those joining businesses today. Following the economic and financial crisis, some companies believe it’s business as usual, while others think that a new value-based paradigm is emerging and they attempt to drive this through.
Lord Green, former Chairman of HSBC and Government Minister, will talk at Regent’s University at a joint seminar with the Students Union. He will address the issue of creating, implementing, and maintaining values not only in business practice, but also in the context of our lives today, affected as they are by technology, urbanisation and globalisation. Can we still talk about “universal” values – and if so, how do these emerge and survive?
Lord Green is former Group Chairman to the Board of HSBC and former Chairman of the British Bankers’ Association. He was Minister of State for Trade and Investment, leading on FCO relations with British Business. He was appointed Chairman of the Natural History Museum in April 2014, and has just taken on the Chairmanship of the Advisory Council for TheCityUK.
Lord Green sees the need for organisations to change and will challenge your market perceptions, and to some extent present paradigms of wealth creation. This is a key time to reflect on issues that will affect your approach to future employers and how you influence future trends. This seminar can help inform your approach to whatever you’re studying at Regent’s and will be time well spent.
Please come for a stimulating discussion and the opportunity to meet Lord Green at the reception.
If you have any questions about the event please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 20 7487 7792