The future of work: Home or Hybrid?

  • 20 July 2022
  • Webinar
Webcast Details

During the past two years, a substantial amount of change took place  for the global population. The pandemic has brought change to many aspects of our daily routines and challenged established practices and beliefs. During this webcast, our panel will focus on how change has affected professionals working within financial services. 

How has the shift to remote and hybrid working altered our processes and relationships? 

During this free to attend webcast, our panellists will cover topics relating to working from home, hybrid working and the return to the office. What does the future of working look like for professionals in the banking, accounting and finance sector? 

This webcast is aimed at those wanting to find out how changes to working practices will impact learning, career development and well-being in the long term. 

This is a joint event with the Chartered Banker Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University and ICAEW North West.


Albert Janse van Vuuren

Albert Janse van Vuuren

The Manchester Metropolitan University | Senior Lecturer / Finance Professional


Before moving to higher education at the end of 2020, I spent 19 years in the financial services industry where I held numerous roles such as Business Analyst, Financial Analytics Manager, Financial Operations Manager and Chief Financial Officer. The specific areas I was involved in was Behavioural Management in an insurance environment, Product Pricing, Banking and Financial Modelling.

Since moving into Academia my focus has shifted slightly as I now teach undergraduate Management Accounting, supervise postgraduate research and conduct research into budgeting for Agile Software Development to facilitate investment decisions and Management Accounting.


Charlene Revie MCIPD

Charlene Revie MCIPD

Chartered Banker Institute | Head of HR & People Communications

Charlene is an HR professional with a wide variety of HR experience gained across different sectors.  Charlene is Head of HR & People Communications at Chartered Banker Institute and her role involves designing and implementing people strategies covering areas including recruitment, talent development, learning and wellbeing.  One of Charlene’s passions is culture and employee engagement, and she aims to ensure a fantastic employee experience is delivered, which begins during the onboarding process and is present through all aspects of the employee life cycle. 
Dr Krystal Wilkinson

Dr Krystal Wilkinson

Manchester Metropolitan University | Senior Lecturer in HRM


Dr Krystal Wilkinson is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management, and researcher in the Centre for Decent Work activity, focusing on the work-life interface, flexibility and wellbeing at work. Her research studies have focused on the experiences of solo-living managers and professionals; the transition to homeworking during the covid-19 pandemic; complex fertility journeys and employment; and perinatal mental health and employment.  Prior to her PhD, Krystal worked in operational HR roles in a range of industries. She is a member of the national assessment team for the CIPD and has authored CIPD book chapters and learning materials on wellbeing at work and flexibility, amongst other topics.

Sid Moore FCA

Sid Moore FCA

Moore Accountancy | Director


Sid Moore (Sudipta) qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1999 from a mid-tier London firm. She set up her own practice - Moore Accountancy in Altrincham in 2000, after spending time working in Banking and Industry. 

Moore Accountancy provide tax and accountancy support to landlords, sole traders, and other small businesses. There is currently a team of 8 people operating under a variety of working patterns to suit individual needs and commitments.

Rosina Murdoch

Deloitte | Director


Date & Schedule

Wednesday 20th July

13:00 – 14:00 UK BST

Booking Details

To Register please click, here.

If you experience any difficulties please email [email protected] 

CPD requirement
Attending this event counts towards Chartered Banker Institute members’ annual CPD requirement (1 hour).