LGTBQ+ in Trade Treasury & Payments
AIRED ON 19 September 2023 – 9:00 EDT / 14:00 BST / 15:00 CET / 21:00 SGT
Partnered with Allen & Overy, Asian Development Bank, JP Morgan, Lloyds Bank, Visa
Missed the livestream? Catch up below:
- Welcome and Introduction by Deepesh Patel
- Theme 1: Personal perspectives and the intersection of LGBTQ+ in Trade, Treasury, and Payments
- Theme 2: The role of allies in the finance industry
- Theme 3: What the industry could/should do to move forward
- Q&A Session
- Closing Remarks
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