8:30 AM
Registration and networking
9:25 AM
Chair’s opening remarks

Alexandra Beidas, Partner, Global Head of Employment & Incentives, Linklaters

9:35 AM
Keynote address I: The Bank of England’s current framework and proposed changes to the rules on remuneration

Simon Hall, Head of Division, Prudential Policy, Bank of England

9:55 AM
Panel I: Latest developments in FS remuneration and reward: what impact will the Edinburgh reforms and the removal of the cap on banker’s bonuses have on remuneration and the competitiveness of the City?


Matthew Hunter, Managing Associate, Tapestry Compliance


Will Brown, Global Head, Performance, Reward and Benefits, Standard Chartered

Michael Hutcheson, Head of Variable Compensation, Performance Management & Reporting, NatWest plc

Matt Bamford, Director, Reward and Regulation, MUFG

10:40 AM
Presentation: How important are changes to incentive pay (in financial services) when it comes to changing our world?

Caitriona Flynn, Vice President, Rem.n

11:00 AM
Coffee and networking
11:20 AM
Panel II: Linking variable pay to ESG


Alexandra Beidas, Partner, Global Head of Employment and Incentives, Linklaters


Tom Gosling, Executive Fellow in Finance, London Business School

James Porteous, Head of Reward, Asset Management and Group Sustainability & Impact, UBS

Frederic Barge, Founder, Reward Value 

12:00 PM
Fireside chat I: The future of remuneration in investment management

Bradley Richardson, Partner, Linklaters

Sonia Jenkins, Global Head of Reward, Wellbeing and Inclusion, Schroders

12:25 PM
Fireside chat II: The continued evolution of carry and co-investment incentive awards across financial services

Simon Shipgood, Regional Director, EMEA, EWM Global

Dominic Elias, Chief Advisory Services Officer, EWM Global

12:50 PM
Lunch and networking
2:00 PM
Panel III: Financial and non-financial incentives in a competitive recruitment landscape


Sally Blanchflower, Senior Associate, Tapestry Compliance


Joel Davies, Group Reward and Performance Director, Aviva

Martyn Fisher, Global Head of Reward, Fidelity International

Elizabeth Adenuga, Head of Compensation Europe, Scotiabank

2:45 PM
Panel IV: the role of culture in executive pay and the individual accountability of senior managers

This session will be held under the Chatham House Rule


Bradley Richardson, Partner, Linklaters


Helen Hale, Head of Human Resources, EMEA, Citi

Noemie Hans, SVP, EMEA Regulatory Compensation, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

David Blunt, Consultant, Former Head of Conduct Specialists, Supervision, FCA

3:30 PM
Afternoon tea and networking
3:50 PM
Panel V: The role and responsibilities of the Remuneration Committee: how can RemCo Chairs satisfy themselves their firm’s remuneration strategy encourages the right behaviours?


John Cotton, Financial Services Reward Partner, Deloitte


Tracy Clarke, Non-Executive Director, Chair of the Remuneration Committee, TP ICAP, INED and Chair of the Remuneration Committee, Haleon plc

George Yeandle, Non-Executive Director, Chairman of the Remuneration Committee, Liontrust

Iqbal Jit, Partner, Executive Remuneration Consulting, Deloitte 

4:35 PM
Chair’s closing remarks

Alexandra Beidas, Partner, Global Head of Employment & Incentives, Linklaters

4:45 PM
Close of the conference

Here's what's scheduled for the event. All times are in BST.