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Join us as we talk to UEBS Alumnus Les Matheson, CEO Retail Banking, RBS...

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Following the success of our first 'In Discussion Session' with Alan Jope, we're pleased to confirm we will now host a full series of these events from August 2020 to July 2021.

Les Matheson he has led one of the most significant global banking turnarounds of recent times.

We'll be talking about the profound challenges and opportunities facing the global banking sector, opportunities created through innovative technology and workplace culture.

Throughout the session we will answer questions submitted from attendees in the chat box, you will also have the chance to submit questions in advance of the event during your registration.

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Les was appointed CEO of Personal Banking, in March 2014. He first joined the Group in January 2010 as Managing Director of Retail Products and Marketing.

Prior to joining the Group , Les served as Group Executive at St George Bank, part of the Westpac Group. He also spent 11 years at Citibank where he held a series of senior roles including, Head of Wealth Management and Marketing for Asia Pacific and CEO for Citibank Australia.

Les holds a Certified Bank Director qualification and is a Fellow of the Chartered Banker Institute.

He has formerly held a number of roles including Deputy Chairman of the Australian Bankers Association, member of Edinburgh University Court and Director of Visa Europe.

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