Media Release September 6, 2021

The S Factor: dealing to win is the theme for Deutsche Bank's WiBF's 13th Annual Forum in Sydney

On Tuesday 19 October 2021, Deutsche Bank will host its 13th Women in Banking & Finance (WiBF) Annual Forum in Sydney featuring:

  • Vanessa Hudson, Group Chief Financial Officer, Qantas
  • Nashen Moodley, Director, Sydney Film Festival
  • Fiona Trigona, Executive General Manager and Group Treasurer, NBN Co

In this rapidly changing environment where traditional rules no longer apply, we can deal a new hand.  With that in mind we’ve invited three leaders from different sectors to tackle one of the most prominent topics of this era, ESG.

As we meet the extraordinary environmental, social and political challenges of our times, the panel will discuss how we can all make better choices for a sustainable future. Moderated by commentator and author Adam Spencer, it promises to be an interesting conversation.

Glenn Morgan, Deutsche Bank's Chief Executive Officer for Australia said "The Annual Forum is a flagship diversity event for the bank that importantly provides a platform to discuss key social issues, and to consider how we can be change makers in some way. We look forward to hearing our distinguished line-up of speakers share their insights on how social initiatives will help shape a future underpinned by sustainability.”

Event details

Tuesday 19 October 2021

Visit the WiBF website to register for the virtual event here.

Access to the virtual lounge will open at 4:45pm

13th Annual Forum will commence at 5:00pm

Follow this year’s WiBF Annual Forum on twitter under the hashtag #DBWiBF.

About WiBF and Deutsche Bank’s involvement

WiBF is a not-for-profit organisation that supports the professional development of women in the banking and finance sectors. Deutsche Bank has hosted the WiBF Annual Forum since 2009. It is one of five events that the Bank supports globally to promote diversity with the first event, the Women on Wall Street Conference, launched in 1995.