Thomas Gottstein, Chief Executive Officer, Credit Suisse
followed by a Fireside chat with
Moderated by: Iris Bohnet, The Albert Pratt Professor of Business & Government, and the Academic Dean of the Harvard Kennedy School, Co-Director of the Women and Public Policy Program, Member of the Credit Suisse Board of Directors
The health and economic crises of 2020 have underlined the importance of leadership in the public and private sectors. What creates the most impactful leaders and companies? How do executives define their purpose and put it to work? This panel explores inspiring and leading in a complex environment.
Kristin Groos Richmond, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Revolution Foods
Moderated by: Lydie Hudson, Chief Executive Officer of Sustainability, Research and Investment Solutions, Credit Suisse
The lower-for-longer interest rate environment is eroding risk-averse investors’ ability to build capital. While the share of global wealth held by women has been increasing, their tendency toward risk-aversion may prolong or even accentuate the still-significant investment gap. How are top global investors navigating these trends and generating alpha?
Sarah Chen, Co-Founder, The Billion Dollar Fund for Women
Moderated by: Emma Crystal, Head of International Wealth Management Northern Europe, Credit Suisse