Join us on 8 March at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, London

2018/03/08 09:00:00

We’ve come a long way in terms of equality. Equal rights for women, ethnic minorities, the LGBT+ community and those with disabilities have all improved significantly.

But as enlightened as we might feel today, there is so much further to go.

This is as true of financial services as it is of society with women making up only 18% of executive teams and only 13% of people employed in financial services coming from a BME background.

There is however, a very clear link between diversity, inclusion and business performance.

Join us and a wide range of speakers as we explore how to unlock the value in diversity.

What can you expect?


Our stellar line up of speakers will cover topics and themes directly relevant to you and your business. Previous speakers include Carl Richards of the Behavior Gap, Richard Sheridan of Menlo Innovations, Stephanie Flanders from JP Morgan and Tony Wickenden of Technical Connection.


Get a first look at new platform developments, get an update on Nucleus's performance and our plans for the current year. Give us your feedback so we can understand where we're on track and where we could do more to help you achieve fantastic results for your clients.


Rub shoulders with fellow Nucleus users from around the UK. Catch up with colleagues and friends over dinner to discuss the day's events. Or catch up over breakfast the following day once it's all over.


Discover something new and practical that you can implement straightaway. Leave feeling thoroughly inspired, ready to start rethinking the status quo and all set to make your ideas actually happen.

Our speaker line up

Michelle Hoskin (chair)

Standards International / Little Miss Woww

Dame Helena Morrissey

Legal & General Investment Management

Kirsty Lynagh


Yasmin Sheikh

Diverse Matters

Iain Anderson


Iona Bain

The Young Money Blog

Graham Cox

Boundaries Edge

Anna Sofat

Addidi Wealth

Neil Bage

Be-IQ Ltd

Suzy Levy

The Red Plate

Andrew Fairbairn

SEO London


Registration and breakfast

The importance of diversity in your business

Coffee and networking

Planning for diverse needs

Lunch and networking

Creating and running a diverse business

Close and post event drinks


BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, St. James's, London, W1J 9EU