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The World Traders' Tacitus Debate 2015: Do We Need The City?

The Worshipful Company of World Traders

Wednesday, 6 May 2015 from 18:30 to 21:30 (BST)

The World Traders' Tacitus Debate 2015: Do We Need The...

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World Traders, Guests & Sponsors Ended Free  
Long Finance Ended Free  
King's College Ended Free  
Livery Masters & Clerks Ended Free  
Angel News Ended Free  
Late Bookings - 1st May onwards Ended Free  

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The Tacitus Debate: Do We Need The City?

We are thrilled to announce that following the success of the Tacitus Lecture,  The Rt Hon Baroness Scotland of Astha QC will be returning to participate in this year's much anticipated Tacitus Debate, together with a high profile panel chaired by Alderman Alison Gowman consisting of:

- John Hillier, CET 

- Dana Denis-Smith, CEO Obelisk Legal Support

- Commander Sarah West, RN

- Richard D North, IEA Media Fellow


This year’s event will be held at King’s College London and will debate two emerging themes from the lecture:

  • Is The City too exclusive?
  • Is The City’s leadership fit for 21st Century business?

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King's College London
Franklin-Wilkins Building
Stamford Street
SE1 8WA London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 6 May 2015 from 18:30 to 21:30 (BST)


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The Worshipful Company of World Traders

A modern company working within a fine tradition, the World Traders are 101 in precdence of City of London Livery Companies.

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