Thursday 17 October 17:00 - 20:00

Stifel Nicolaus Europe
150 Cheapside
London
EC2V 6ET

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Digital Transformation: The cross-hairs of cross-sector change

Business & Professional

You are invited to Stifel, 150 Cheapside, EC2V 6ET, on 17 October, to learn and debate with industry practitioners and our panel

You will debate:

What is digital transformation

What are the technologies which define digital transformation

Does digital transformation mean company transformation

Is this just about government services what is the wider corporate β€˜play’

What does β€˜good look like’, what are the pitfalls

How do investors make money from digital transformation

How will digital transformation evolve in a post Brexit UK

Start: Welcome and showcase 5:00 - 5:30

The debate: 5:30 – 6:45

Your chairman

Gervais Williams is Senior Executive Director at Miton. Mr Williams has been an equity portfolio manager since 1985. Prior to joining Miton (2011), Gervais was with Throgmorton Investment Management, Thornton Investment Management and 17 years with Gartmore Group. Mr Williams won Investor of the Year at the Quoted Company Awards (2009 and 2010) and was awarded β€˜Fund Manager of the Year 2014’ by What Investment. Gervais has published three books: 'Slow Finance', 'The Future is Small' and 'The Retreat of Globalisation'.

Your Panelists are:

Brendan Mooney; CEO Kainos plc

Hellen Bowey: Founder/CEO, YourAlcove

Jonathan Lewis: CEO, Capita plc

Neal Gandhi: Founder/CEO, The Panoply plc

Sir Martin Sorrell: Founder/CEO, S4Capital plc

Stephen Kelly: CEO, Investor, NED, Mentor

6:45: Formal debate concludes

6:45 - 8:00: Showcase, Networking, Refreshments

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