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The Eᵇ Digital CFO Seminar

Digital Roundtable

Navigating an uncertain future in the post Covid world. Reflections on the past 18 months and how it will change the way a MME CFO operates going forward.

About this event

Today, MMEs must wrestle with expanding compliance and reporting requirements, stay on top of constant innovation in supporting technologies and deal with external economic shocks, such as the global pandemic – all whilst managing costs and ensuring they have the financial foundation for future success.

Digitalisation has been presented as the solution to all evils, but how does that fit into your plan as you emerge from the global pandemic, when you are not a big corporate? 

Listen in to this discussion to discover:

How CFOs and their MMEs weathered to Covid storm.

What specific challenges MMEs around the UK face and how to overcome them to ensure business continuity.

What possible role can digitalisation play in supporting an MME’s growth.


  • Chatham house rules discussion
  • Exclusive invitation-only access
  • Same seniority of speakers and guests
  • Local network
  • Across industries
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Guest Speackers

Anthony Ball

Anthony is a C-level financial professional and chartered accountant. He has over 20 years’ experience working within the capital markets community in London and Europe. Roles have spanned investment banking and more recently, Fintech Start-ups and the PE environment. He has sat on numerous Boards and has significant commercial, legal, corporate governance and regulatory experience. Anthony also engages in voluntary support of Educational Trusts and is Trustee for a Schools’ Academy Board. Prior to his time in the City, Anthony served as a Regular Army Officer.

Clive Webb
Senior Professional Insights Manager

Clive Webb is Head of Business Management in ACCA’s Professional Insights team.  His research portfolio deals with business and technology related matters from the perspective of chief financial officer, with focus on the application of digital technologies to the finance function, and how they impact on the people and processes they support. He has co-authored reports on the future of the finance function and authored work on developing digital skills. He is also the author of ACCA’s report on diversity and inclusion. Clive is a qualified accountant who has worked as an IT auditor and consultant as well as a global director of learning and development for one of the big 4.

Julia Streets
Streets Consulting
Founder and CEO

Julia Streets is founder and CEO of Streets Consulting, a champion of fintech entrepreneurship
and innovation. Advising a wide range of firms in the world of capital markets, B2B and payments, and offering specialist technology including blockchain, artificial intelligence, and cyber.  Earlier in her career Julia was global head of communications at NYSE Technologies, serving on the Executive Committee and European head of marketing and sales development at Instinet. Brummell Magazine, recognised Julia as one of the top 30 Inspirational Women Influencers, Inspirational Women Entrepreneurs, and Inspirational Women on Boards, and last year listed her one of ten Brummell honourees from the last decade. Julia chairs many senior discussions at the world’s leading industry conferences, and is also a sell-out stand up comedian, MC and speaker.

Gary Dolman

Gary is a PwC qualified chartered accountant who has audited, consulted and worked for financial services firms since 1984 in London and Sydney. He Cofounded Monzo Bank Limited in 2015 and worked with the team to obtain a full banking licence and grow to over 2m customers and a market valuation of £2bn, where he performed the roles of CFO and Executive Director. Gary was also CFO and COO for ABN AMRO Global Transaction Banking, a business with a turnover of over €5bn.