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The next 12 – 24 months: What business and finance trends you need to be aware of

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Over the past few years, businesses have been forced to undergo an incredible amount of change and it seems 2023 will bring no reprieve. Businesses will face the after-effects of the global pandemic, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, economic challenges, as well as the continuously fast-developing technology boom.

With a warning from the Bank of England that the UK may experience one of the longest recessions on record, businesses are scrambling to decide what their priorities will be during this time period. Aside from navigating the uncertain economic times, businesses need to address ESG disclosures, digitisation and automation, and work on retaining and attracting top talent. Knowing how and what to prioritise will be imperative for businesses to thrive in the coming 12-24 months.

Join this The CFO webinar as we:

- Examine overarching trends set to impact finance teams in 2023-24

- Discuss how CFOs and finance teams can take advantage of real-time data provided by technology

- Evaluate the business outlook for 2023

- Hear from CFOs about their plans for 2023 and beyond

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    Alwyn Jones CFO @ Luno

    As Chief Financial Officer at Luno, Alwyn is a board member and one of the leaders of the business responsible for supporting the company scale. Alwyn brings 20 years of experience from leadership positions across both high growth fintech companies and established financial institutions, including Monzo and Barclays. His vast experience working in the financial services sector includes strategy development, capital markets, corporate finance, retail and digital financial services and operational execution.

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    James Taylor Global Solutions Consultant @ Blackline

    Solutions Consultant with 10+ years’ experience in ERP & accounting processes. Focused on increased control, visibility, and accuracy through automation.

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    Andrew Coburn Chief Executive Officer @ Risilience

    Andrew is the CEO and Co-Founder of climate risk modelling firm Risilience. He also manages the External Advisory Board of the Centre for Risk Studies at the University of Cambridge. Andrew is one of the leading contributors to the creation of the class of catastrophe models that over the past 20 years has come to be an accepted part both of business management in financial services and of public policy making for societal risk. He has also provided research inputs into government policy, such as House of Congress legislation on terrorism risk management policy and urban planning for disaster mitigation in Mexico, Metro Manila, and Southern Italy.

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    Jamie Hyman Managing Director and Co-Founder, @ Snow Hill

    Jamie Hyman is a managing director and co-founder of Snow Hill, an international strategic communications advisory firm for capital markets and innovative companies. A former editor and reporter, Jamie has two decades of journalism experience, most recently covering capital markets data and technology news. Now, she helps innovative companies tell their own stories to communicate their value. Jamie specialises in content development and communications strategies focused on technology, finance, ESG, and raising the profiles of influential industry leaders.

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    Philipp Buschmann CEO and Co-founder @ AAZZUR

    Philipp Buschmann is co-Founder and CEO at AAZZUR, a one-stop-shop for smart embedded finance experience. Recognised as a rising star in the FinTech space, AAZZUR’s mission is to build profitable banking whilst at the same time empowering consumers to have access to better-informed financial choices. Philipp is a serial entrepreneur with extensive experience of working in Challenger Banking, Financial Services, IT and Energy across the world. He took one of his businesses public - Ignis Petroleum was publicly listed in the US and Germany. Having started as a developer in Financial Services, Philipp has first-hand experience of the banking revolution from both a technology and financial perspective. His interest in behavioural economics helped inspire AAZZUR’s revolutionary work on customer centricity in banking.

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