Talking business with the Chairman of Lloyd's

Talking business with the Chairman of Lloyd's

By Tom Anderson

On Wednesday, College welcomed back Old Cheltonian Bruce Carnegie-Brown (1977, Hazelwell) - Chairman of Lloyd’s of London and Moneysupermarket Group, Vice Chairman of Banco Santander and President of the Chartered Management Institute - to give an interview-style talk to the College's Business and Economics students. Responding to questions asked by Immy Williams, Harrison Campbell, Zara Qadir and Seb Villars. Mr Carnegie-Brown spoke about banking and insurance in the UK, his career in the financial sector and his time as a student at College. It was fantastic to hear first-hand from someone with such extensive experience of the financial sector, particularly the ways in which the uncertainty surrounding Brexit is affecting both the economy and the banking sector. It proved to be a truly valuable and enjoyable evening.

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