30th November 2021
6:00pm for 7:00pm

The FSG Annual Panel 2021

Roz Morris, the London based professional writer, media trainer, blogger and Managing Director of TV News London will moderate a high calibre panel of political, economic, social and business commentators exploring the path forward post COP26. Joining the panel will be The Right Reverend Nicholas Holtam - retired Bishop of Salisbury, Kate Rogers - Co-Head of Charities/Head of Sustainability at Cazenove Capital and Professor David Cadman - Urban Land Economist, Writer and former Property Market Analyst and Forecaster.

Please join the FSG, JustShare and LCCI at this special joint live ZOOM webinar. Whilst there is no charge to attend, kindly note that event space is limited. Please pre-register using the link below to receive the unique ZOOM connection credentials.

Event date & time: 6:00PM GMT on Tuesday 30th November, 2021 (duration 1 hour) ZOOM
Registration: This is a free event. Participants must register in advance to be given access to the webinar. Please click on this link to reserve your space:

Register for the Zoom Meeting Here


The Financial Services Group of Livery Companies was founded in 2006 to coordinate the efforts of its members in supporting the Lord Mayor, the Court of Aldermen and the City of London Corporation in promoting the City of London financial and business services sector.

Today we help the Lord Mayor not in only in this capacity, but we also organise events which are helpful to the FSG’s Member Companies and indeed to the Livery in general. We are now 13 Livery Companies, with the addition of the Company of Entrepreneurs and the Guild of Investment Managers who hold observer status. We are the largest such group in the Livery.

The FSG can act also as a gateway for those wishing to establish businesses in the City or who require professional and financial services in their country of operation.


JustShare is a coalition of churches and development agencies which seeks to address the widening gap between rich and poor in the global economy. We use our base in the City of London to encourage dialogue with banks and other institutions in the City of London in order to achieve positive change.

First established in 2002, JustShare is run by a Steering Group of church and NGO representatives from our office at St Mary-le-Bow Church on Cheapside. JustShare holds regular debates, lectures and panel discussions to promote justice for the poorest in the world, and a just share of the world’s resources for all.


London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) is the capital's largest independent networking and business support organisation. Representing the interests of London businesses, we create thousands of connections every year and offer our members a wide range of practical and professional services.

In addition to hosting over an extensive programme of B2B events each year, LCCI provides member-to-member marketing opportunities, unlimited access to legal and HR advice, access to our exclusive central London meeting space and the opportunity to be part of an international trade mission programme. LCCI also represents the interests of its members to key business stakeholders and influencers in London and further afield across all business sectors. 

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Roz Morris

Roz is an influential adviser to business and the public sector on handling the media. She is Managing Director of TV News London Ltd, the leading media training company, which she founded more than 20 years ago. Roz has extensive experience of broadcasting, media training and strategic messaging. She has trained several thousand executives, including many top CEO’s in both private and public sector roles, to handle media interviews successfully.

Roz has extensive experience working as a journalist and broadcaster in radio, television, newspapers and magazines, at national and international levels, and was an official trainer for the Independent Television Association.

She has been a news reporter and presenter for BBC TV, ITN, Thames TV,
and ITV Tyne Tees - where she was the first woman to anchor the regional business and political programme and won a Royal Television Society Award for Best Regional Documentary. She has also worked as a news reporter for BBC Scotland, RTE (Irish Broadcasting), LBC/IRN, BBC Radio News and BBC Radio 4 World at One and World This Weekend. She has been interviewed on Channel Four, Channel Five, BBC Radio Four, BBC World Service, and local BBC radio stations.

In 2013 she was awarded the Freedom of the City of London, and she is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors, the City livery company for senior marketing professionals.

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Rt Revd. Nicholas Holtam

The Rt Revd Nicholas Holtam BD, MA, Hon DCL, FKC.

Nicholas Holtam was Bishop of Salisbury 2011-21. For seven years he chaired the Church of England’s Environmental Working Group and was the lead bishop for the environment. From 2015 he was a Lord Spiritual in the UK Parliament 2014-21.

Nick read Geography at Durham University and trained for ordination at King’s College London and Westcott House Cambridge. He served as a curate in Stepney and taught Ethics and Mission at Lincoln Theological College before becoming Vicar of the Isle of Dogs at the heart of the redevelopment of London’s Docklands. From 1995 he was the Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields with its regular church, charitable, commercial and international life. He was a regular broadcaster and oversaw the £36m buildings renewal of St Martin’s.

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Kate Rogers

Kate specialises in investment on behalf of charities, endowments and foundations and has over 20 years of experience, with 15 years at Schroders and Cazenove. She is a CFA charterholder and has a BSc (Hons) in Natural Sciences from the University of Durham. She won a Women in Investment Award for her work with the Charity Commission and FCA creating a new charity investment vehicle. She has researched and co-authored a series of publications on Charity investment best practise including 'For Good and Not For Keeps', which examines sustainable expenditure, ‘Intentional Investing’, which researches how charities can align their investment policy with their aims as an organisation, and more recently ‘Time and Money’, which explores how charities can make the best use of longevity. Kate was chair of the Charity Investors' Group for 12 years, standing down in 2019. In this role she collaborated with Charity Finance Group and authored a guide to written investment policies. Kate also regularly writes on charity investment in the charity sector press.

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Prof. David Cadman

David Cadman qualified as a chartered surveyor, having taken a degree in Estate Management in the early 1960s. He co-founded Property Market Analysis (PMA) and was the founder of the sustainability consultancy Upstream, which was bought by Jones Lang LaSalle in 2008. During his professional life, David held a number of Professorial Chairs and Fellowships at the universities of Reading, Cambridge and University College, London, writing and speaking extensively on sustainability and the economics of property markets. More recently he has turned to other kinds of writing, publishing both works of fiction and non-fiction, where he writes under the pen name of William Blyghton. His Suffolk Trilogy was published in the years 2017 to 2019, and another novel is to be published in 2022. He is a Harmony Professor of Practice at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Harmony Advisor to The Prince’s Foundation.

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