6-7.30pm, Thursday 13 February 2014
Manchester Business School East, Booth Street East, Manchester
Manchester Business School and The Economist are hosting a unique event exploring the way that the UK’s financial markets are changing and the impact this is having on high street banking.
Will the backlash against the five main high street lenders mean that the way that consumers and businesses interact with lenders changes? How will those changes evolve over the coming years?
This exclusive event brings together banking expert, Manchester Business School’s Ismail Erturk, and Ryan Avent, economics correspondent for The Economist, for an insightful on-stage discussion on how the face of high street banking will change, and whether we are seeing a revolution in local finance. As their discussion concludes, they will invite questions from the audience in this unparalleled opportunity to examine the issues that are now at stake in British banking.
Students, staff and friends of Manchester Business School are invited to register for their place at the event which will begin with a drinks reception.
For more information or if you have any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org