NEW YORK—On Tuesday, March 29, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will host the first webinar in its 2022 series on culture. This virtual event is part of the New York Fed's initiative to spur reform of culture and conduct in the financial services industry and encourage the industry to raise standards.
The webinar will explore the evolution and current state of trust in financial services and how public perceptions about industry culture contribute to that trust. Panelists will also consider how trust impacts behavior within organizations—particularly in the new work environment—and how to influence internal levels of trust.
The event, Trust in Banks: Where Are We Now?, will be moderated by Jack Gutt, Head of Communications and Outreach at the New York Fed. Panelists will include Deidre Campbell, U.S. Chair, Financial Services Sector, Edelman; Shalene Gupta, Research Associate, Harvard Business School; Per Hugander, Strategic Advisor, SEB Group; and Jordan A. Thomas, Chair, SEC Whistleblower Advocates PLLC.
John C. Williams, President and CEO of the New York Fed, will give opening and closing remarks.
The event is open to the public and the media, and all remarks are on the record. The event will also be recorded.
For more information, visit the event page.