University of Cambridge

CPP

Cambridge Public Policy

YouGov-Cambridge Spring Symposium


Public Trust in Banking and The Politics of Recovery

This event is supported by Cambridge Public Policy

Date: 17 April 2013

Time: from 1.15

Venue: Kings Place, 90 York Way, N1

Provisional programme

1.15pm – Registration, Light lunch served

1.45pm – Stephan Shakespeare, Chief Executive, YouGov

Welcome remarks & launch of ‘Public Trust in Banking’ report

1.55pm – Michael White, Assistant Editor, the Guardian

Welcome remarks from overall conference chair

Part I: How banks can regain public trust?

2.00pm – Keynote: Sir Philip Hampton, Chairman, RBS (Title TBC)

Chair: Jill Treanor, City Editor, the Guardian

2.30pm – Keynote: Greg Clark MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury (Title TBC)

Chair: TBC

3.10pm – Panel session: Reshaping the banks & restoring public trust

Craig Donaldson, Chief Executive, Metro Bank

Deborah Hargreaves, Founder, High Pay Centre

Anthony Browne, Chief Executive, British Bankers’ Association

Chair: Nils Pratley, Financial Editor, the Guardian

Other speakers TBC

4.00pm – Break

Part II: The Politics of Recovery

4.30pm – YouGov presentation: Peter Kellner, President, YouGov

Stephan Shakespeare, Chief Executive & Co-Founder, YouGov

5.00pm – Panel session: The politics of recovery and what it means for the next general election?

Aditya Chakrabortty, Economics Leader writer, the Guardian

Baroness Falkner, Lead Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for Foreign Affairs, House of Lords

Fraser Nelson, Editor, The Spectator

Chair: Jonathan Freedland, Columnist, the Guardian

Other speakers TBC:

6.00pm – Drinks

7.00pm – Dinner (by separate invitation)

Speakers: Jon Snow, Anchor, Channel 4 News and Lord Eatwell, Director, Centre for Financial Analysis and Policy, Judge Business School, Chair, Cambridge Public Policy University of Cambridge

For further information and to register please contact: Emma Sullivan, Director of External Relations, YouGov emma.sullivan@yougov.com


Website

http://www.yougov.polis.cam.ac.uk/?p=4464