What will our global economies look like when the pandemic is over, and how will we get there? What business models and working practices are here to stay?
Join us for this panel session, chaired by ICAEW's Iain Wright, to hear what leaders see as the future, leading to a world of sustainable economies.
Ahead of the live session, panellist Ronan Dunne and Iain Wright recorded a discussion of the impacts of the pandemic on the US. Watch the video.
- Julie Brown, COO and CFO of Burberry
- Jacqueline Chan, Managing Director and CFO of DBS Bank Hong Kong
- Ronan Dunne, EVP and Group CEO of Verizon
- David Mellor, CEO of Crowe Global
Julie joined Burberry from Smith & Nephew where she was the Group CFO from 2013-2017. Previously she was Interim Group CFO of AstraZeneca after 25 years in roles covering group and business finance, strategy and commerce. Julie is a NED and Audit Chair of Roche Holding Limited and on the Business Advisory Board to the Mayor of London.
As a senior leader of the management team at DBS Bank Hong Kong, Jacqueline manages financial stewardship, corporate treasury and the planning function. Jacqueline has held leadership roles with Deutsche Bank, Barclays Group, and Salomon Brothers. She was awarded CFO of the Year for Excellence in Finance Transformation by CFO Innovation Asia in 2017
Ronan joined Verizon in 2016 and leads the teams responsible for providing wireline voice, data and TV products and services and wireless connected experiences to more than 100 million consumers every day. In addition, his teams are helping to build the first 5G technology network that will redefine how customers live, work and play.
David is in his fourth year as CEO of Crowe Global. Crowe is one of the top ten international networks of accounting and consulting firms, with over 200 member firms across the globe. It members comprise nearly 40,000 people with revenues of US$4.2bn.
Ahead of joining a live panel session on Day 1, Ronan Dunne, CEO of Verizon, shares his experiences of the impact of coronavirus in the US. He will offer insights on what new ways of working have been created and whether they are here to stay.
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