EventsCulture Mile Connects

Financial Wellbeing

Take steps towards personal financial wellbeing and sustainability in this guided workshop.

Standard Chartered BankCommunity

Are you a recent graduate, embarking on your career and beginning to work in the City? Join us for some top-tips and practical information about how to personally think and act on your financial wellbeing at the start of your career – followed by networking with other local young professionals.

Hosted by Jeremy Hill, Global Head of Wellbeing at Standard Chartered Bank with a keynote from Lord Mayor Vincent Keaveny, followed by an introductory seminar on getting financially fit with RBC Brewin Dolphin.

RBC  Brewin Dolphin’s professional financial advisers will provide useful getting started tips to help you better understand and assess your financial circumstances. You will also learn how to create a financial plan to help you meet your future goals and achieve them. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A and an invitation to a free 1-2-1 conversation. These 1-2-1’s provide a safe space to ask financial questions about your situation or more general questions without fear, judgement or a price tag.

Presentations, discussion and Q&A to finish by 12:45 with networking to follow.

Where? Standard Chartered Bank

When? 12 October, 12.00 – 1PM

 Places are limited. Please book your place via Eventbrite by Monday, 10 October.

*This event is hosted by the Culture Mile Business Partnership Connected Business Community Steering Group, bringing together local businesses to grow a stronger sense of connection across its business community. For more information about the Business Partnership please visit: