Banking in the Future: Navigating Fairness, Accessibility and Equity

Join the DeGroote School of Business' Foresight Lab for a one-day symposium that will foster dialogue among industry leaders, academics, policymakers, and other stakeholders.
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Details

Date & Time

June 13, 2024
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location

Ron Joyce Centre, South Service Road, Burlington, ON

Cost

$100

Includes parking, lunch and refreshments

Contact

Shubham Katiyar
katiyars@mcmaster.ca

Description

About the Symposium:

In today’s evolving banking landscape, the imperative for fairness in financial services is paramount. Despite the universal need for banking services, disparities in access and treatment persist, posing challenges to achieving financial inclusion for all Canadians. Join the DeGroote School of Business for a symposium that will address these challenges head-on. The one-day event will foster dialogue among industry leaders, academics, policymakers and other stakeholders.

Objectives:

  • Vision Building: We aim to envision the future of banking with fairness as a core principle driving our aspirations.
  • Innovation and Community Engagement: We seek to engage in open dialogues among different constituents, including students, to foster innovation and community involvement in the pursuit of fair banking practices.
  • Policy Development: Our discussions will inform the future development of policies aimed at enhancing financial inclusion.

Secure your spot in attendance for this exciting event. Click here to learn more about the Foresight Lab.

Map

Ron Joyce Centre, South Service Road, Burlington, ON

(Ron Joyce Centre | DeGroote School of Business, South Service Road, Burlington, ON, Canada)

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