We are an emerging markets bank, headquartered in London. We will look at what the future holds for the City of London, touching on the uncertainty of Brexit, technology and regulation, all of which have the potential to change where the centres of gravity lie for the global economic system.
Speaker(s): Tracy Clarke, Regional CEO, Europe and Americas, Standard Chartered
Tracy joined Standard Chartered Bank in 1985 and has worked in both the UK and Hong Kong.
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In the early part of her career, Tracy held a number of roles in Retail, Commercial and Corporate Banking, in addition to Group functions.
Tracy became the Group Head of Human Resources in 2006. Her portfolio expanded in 2010 to include Communications and overseeing the development of the Corporate Affairs strategy for the Bank. She was appointed as a Director of the Bank in 2013, and subsequently took on the Legal and Compliance function.
In 2015, Tracy was appointed to her current role, CEO of Europe and Americas.
Tracy was a non-executive director of SC First Bank in Korea from 2005-2007 and also a non-executive director of eaga plc from 2007-2011.
In 2012, Tracy was appointed to the board of Sky plc as an independent non-executive director. In 2015, Tracy joined the board of England Netball, and in 2016, she became a co-opted member of the China-Britain Business Council board. Further in 2016, Tracy was appointed to the board of Pembroke Group Limited. In 2017, Tracy was appointed a director of TheCityUK.
She is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and a member of the Institute of Financial Services. Tracy also holds an MBA from Henley Management College and Brunel University. She is married with two daughters and is based in London.
Start date and time
Thursday 23 November 2017
6pm (for a 6.30pm start) followed by networking drinks from 7.30pm - 9pm.
Level 8 Peninsular House
36 Monument Street
EC3R 8LJVenue website
Free for The London Institute of Banking & Finance Higher Education students and members.
£7.50 for The London Institute of Banking & Finance Financial Regulatory students and alumni.
£15.00 for others