The Secret Life of Bankers

Bankers have faced a huge level of criticism since the 2007/08 Crash. Their reputations are in tatters while their bonuses have recovered. How do they live with themselves? Are they evil or are they too victims of the system? How would you feel about organisations where security guards marched out redundant employees?  Frances Coppola, finance commentator and ex-bank manager, discusses ‘The Secret Lives of Bankers’ with Joris Luyendijk, the Dutch journalist, anthropologist and author of ‘Swimming with Sharks: My Journey Into the World of the Bankers’.

Following discussion, there will be a wine reception.

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Speakers:

Frances Coppola

Frances is a writer and commentator on banking, finance and economics. Her blog Coppola Comment is widely read and her writing has featured on the … Read more

Joris Luyendijk

Joris is a journalist and author now based in Amsterdam. In 2011 Joris started a long-running investigation into the City of London and the world … Read more

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Location:

The School of Economic Science, 11-13 Mandeville Place, London, United Kingdom, W1U 3AJ

When:

May 15, 2018
19:00-20:30

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