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14:00 - 15:20 (UTC)

‘The Triple Bottom Line Revisited’ – a presentation by the University of Westminster

What advantages can a degree from the University of Westminster give you in this fast-changing world?

Join our web panel with Marc Gardiner and Dave Coker, both members of the Westminster Business School Accounting and Finance faculty. They will describe:

  • Their personal visions of the post-pandemic business environment
  • The potential role of Westminster Business School

Get answers to your questions in an interactive Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

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Our Speakers are:


Senior Lecturer in Finance, School of Finance and Accounting

Course Leader, Investment & Risk Finance; Manager, Financial Markets Suite (aka "Bloomberg Room"); Director of Employability for SFA

Westminster Business School, University of Westminster

Dave Coker is a Fintech pioneer, having started his financial programming career with Dow Jones in 1987. Over the next thirty years he held senior positions at world class firms such as Deutsche Bank, Moody’s and ABN AMRO. At the University of Westminster, Dave combines Investment Banking and Fintech expertise, with a strong brand of personal enthusiasm to deliver exciting and compelling classes.




Senior Lecturer in Accounting, School of Finance and Accounting

Knowledge Exchange Lead for SFA

Westminster Business School, University of Westminster

Marc is a qualified accountant with professional audit, tax, and consulting experience gained with KPMG and other firms. He subsequently specialised in international financial education as a university lecturer and instructor on post-qualification (CPD) courses around the world. In addition to his teaching role at the University of Westminster, Marc is also the Knowledge Exchange Lead for the School of Finance and Accounting, with responsibility for commercial and educational collaboration with external businesses, communities, and the public.