Accelerating the pace of change towards a more diverse and inclusive investment industry. 

How can we improve diversity within the finance and investment sector and strengthen the global finance industry by empowering women to achieve their professional potential at each career stage?

Join us for a deep dive as we highlight some of the most forward-thinking questions in this area.

We will be joined by leading panellists Helena Whitmore, Head of Private Banking UK SEB, Nina Ahlstrand – Head of Sustainable Finance, DNB Markets, Annett Åbø – President, The Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce, and Camilla Helena Andersson – Chairman of the board of Feddie Distillery.

Moderated by: Kim A. Page – Entrepreneur, Trainer and Coach. Company: Kim A. Page

Agenda 

12.00 Moderated panel discussion – Women in Finance / Investment

  • Annett Åbø–President, The Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce
  • Helena Whitmore – Head of Private Banking UK, SEB
  • Nina Ahlstrand – Head of Sustainable Finance, DNB Markets
  • Camilla Helena Andersson – Chairman of the board, Feddie Distillery

Moderated by: Kim A. Page – Entrepreneur, Trainer and Coach. Company: Kim A. Page

13:00 End of programme

Kim A. Page – Moderator

Kim is a passionate trainer and communication expert, helping clients increase their executive presence and get their message through, using their voice and body language, influencing people with active listening and giving unforgettable presentations. She is a keynote and TEDx speaker and a conference moderator. Her career spans across three continents, from Copenhagen, to Barcelona, San Francisco and Dubai before landing in London.

In the virtual space, Kim hosts regular Zoominars where she introduces communication topics in a dialogue format. She has delivered livestream masterclasses for over 700 viewers and participated in online panel events for professional organisations as well as given virtual book talks and webinars.  With 20+ years in the field, Kim brings a strategic perspective to her sessions and in 2018 she gathered her communication tools in the book ‘The Right Kind of Loud – Finding Your Communication Voice’, available on Amazon. www.kimapage.com – www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iYwRgs6TTs

Annett Åbø

Annett has lived and worked in London for over 19 years and has been a member of the NBCC council since 2018.

Annett has several years’ experience from the banking sector in London and Oslo.  Most recently she worked for Citigroup in London as an Equity Sales person and Account Manager, responsible for selling European Equities to Scandinavian Institutions including Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM).  Annett has also worked for Commerzbank in London as a senior Equity Analyst within the Asset Management Division.  In Oslo Annett was an Equity Partner and a Financial Analyst at Fondspartner, a brokerage firm.  She has also worked for Nordea in Oslo as a Client Relationship Manager and Credit Analyst for Nordic paper companies.

 

Helena Whitmore

Helena Whitmore is the Head of SEB’s Private Banking UK team, and a tax and wealth planning specialist with many years’ experience advising members of the Nordic community in the UK. Prior to joining SEB Helena was the head of the private client department for an international law firm based in London.

 

 

 

 

Nina Ahlstrand

Nina Ahlstrand is heading up the Sustainable Finance team in DNB Markets. The team provides ESG-related advisory services to clients across sectors and geographies, including green, social and sustainability-linked bonds and loans as well as contributes to the integration of ESG into products and services across the bank.

 

 

 

 

 

Camilla Helena Andersson

Camilla Helena Andersson: Series Entrepreneur and Business Angel Investor. In recent years, Camilla has started various companies in share-based crowdfunding and is now owner and chairman of the board, Feddie Distillery, which is only financed by women. Her vision is to get more women to invest in the unlisted market.

 

 

 

 

 

This event is a part of the International Women’s Day event, which includes two separate themes: Financial Leadership – Inspire, Empower and Invest and Inspirational Leaders – Growing a Business. If you want to get tickets to both panel discussions, click here. If you only want to attend Financial Leadership – Inspire, Empower and Invest, click down below. 

Disclaimer: Signing up for this webinar, you will consent to share your contact details with the organisers.

The event is kindly sponsored by FBCC Patron Goodwille,  Rubycup, and Vestre.

Finnish-British Chamber of Commerce

The FBCC is an independent, non-profit organisation, recognized throughout the Finnish, British and international business communities. The Chamber offers four different membership categories: Patron, Corporate, Professional and Young Professional.