Signature Spring Event

Tzedek’s Spring Event
Wednesday 21st April 2021 20:00 - 21:30

Join Tzedek at our spring online event on 21st April from 8pm. 

Tzedek will be hosting financial experts Juliet Cohn, Peter Oppenheimer and Daniel Ross in a panel discussion moderated by Kerry Stares (bios below). Together, this expert panel, joined by the Tzedek team, will unite the world economy with social consciousness, finding symmetry between the corporate and non-profit sectors and weaving together an exploration of global equity and extreme poverty.

What does the future of our global economy look like in a post-Brexit, post-Trump and post-COVID world? Why should the UK public invest in women’s small-scale businesses in Ghana or India? What does our new economic landscape mean for the world’s richest and poorest alike? Join us online to hear experts discuss these questions and more, all from the unique dual perspectives of financial expertise and international development.

Tune in to hear from Tzedek’s new Board Chairperson, Miles Webber, at his first public appearance in this new role.

You will receive a link to join us online one week prior to the event. While we are not charging for this event, we invite you to contribute meaningfully for our global community. This event is traditionally our largest opportunity to raise support for those we serve overseas and for our young leaders here at home. Thank you for joining us.

Juliet Cohn is a portfolio manager at Principal Global Equities. She specialises in International equities, and has managed funds investing in international companies for most of her over-30-year career.

Peter Oppenheimer is Chief Global Equity Strategist and Head of Macro Research in Europe at Goldman Sachs, where he has worked since 2002. He has previously worked at HSBC, James Capel, Hambros Bank, and Greenwells.

Daniel Ross is Vice Chairman of UK Investment Banking at Barclays and Global Head of Media Investment Banking. Daniel was formerly at Morgan Stanley and started his banking career at Schroders/Citigroup.

Kerry Stares is Director of Responsible Business and Pro-Bono at Charles Russell Speechlys LLP. She is a senior commercial litigator and solicitor advocate. Kerry has extensive knowledge of the non-profit sector and social justice work, having held senior legal and management roles at leading international charities.

Speakers’ views are their own.