The Human Side of Finance | Episode 3 | Generation wars in banking – Fact or Fiction?
Welcome to the third episode of the Human Side of Finance podcast series, brought to you by ICMA Future Leaders and Humans in Finance. Often referred to as one of the founding fathers of capital markets, Hans-Joerg Rudloff has been at the forefront of the international capital markets since their inception in the 1970’s. His 50 year career in the finance industry has seen him hold numerous impressive roles at Credit Suisse Peabody and Barclays investment bank to name a few. In this podcast, we talk to Hans-Joerg Rudloff about how the industry has evolved and hear his beliefs about the future of banking. He compares the current generation of bankers to their predecessors and describes in what ways things have evolved or stayed the same. Hans-Joerg Rudloff also shares a few stories of the past on events that caused the international capital markets to grow in leaps and bounds.
Other episodes in the series:
Episode 1 | Is the grass greener on the other side?
Episode 2 | Can you find success and happiness in banking?
Episode 4 | Humanising the Office
Episode 5 | Rebalancing Excess Masculinity in Finance