With the launch ofÂ Building Banking on Values, a new VoiceAmerica radio series I’m hosting that goes behind the scenes to tell the stories of the people, passion and positivity within the values-based banking and financing sector; I thought to introduce you to some of our guests.Â Listen to the show episodes right here!
Meet Brett Scott:Â Alternative Finance Explorer, Author and Campaigner
Brett gets involved in financial campaigning & alternative finance, blending experience in environmental & social movements, start-up business development, derivatives, blues music and economic anthropology. He’s done work on hedge funds, commodity markets, economic aspects of climate change, and socially responsible banking.
Brett wrote The Heretic’s Guide to Global Finance (published by Pluto Press). It’s endorsed by Bill McKibben of 350.org, Ha-Joon Chang of Cambridge University & Tony Greenham of the New Economics Foundation. He’s written for The Guardian, Wired Magazine, New Scientist, The Ecologist, The New Internationalist, openDemocracy and This Is Africa (Financial Times). Brett has also appeared on BBC, radio, Arte TV and various other places.
Brett is a Fellow at the WWF/ICAEW Finance Innovation Lab, an initiative drawing alternative finance peeps together. He is always keen to meet people pioneering new economic experiments. HeÂ was also a member of the start-up team for an intrepid new financial brokerage specialising in illiquid derivatives and securitised products, developing the business in the midst of the financial crisis. Brett spearheaded the creation of a property derivatives brokerage desk, as well as being involved in a variety of special projects and sales efforts with other exotic derivatives (e.g. inflation, longevity).
Back in the day Brett was also an academic. He was the 2006/2007 Magdalene Mandela Scholar at Cambridge University, working on issues related to economic crime, environmental sustainability geopolitics, and economic philosophy in international development. Brett was an analyst at a socio-economic policy institute working on the impact of globalisation on healthcare systems. He has a couple academic papers out, related to international development.
MeetÂ Martijn Lampert:Â Research Director of Motivaction (The Netherlands) and Expert On The Social Rich and The Values-based Economic Divide
Martijn Lampert leads the Glocalities values and trends research program covering 24 countries and 75% of the world economy, based on interviews with more than 100,000 respondents. Lampert develops and shares breakthrough knowledge of global change, brands, generations, leadership and sustainability. In the Motivaction management team he is responsible for innovation, internationalization and trend research.
Martijn is a cross-cultural expert, a leadership and marketing adviser. He enables organisations to use social intelligence and achieve their goals in an ever changing sociocultural context.
Lampert founded the Mentality research program in values and lifestyles in the Netherlands. On June 6, 2012 Martijn Lampert was elected Agency Researcher of the Year (Bureauonderzoeker van het Jaar) at the Dutch MOAwards by a jury of experts.
Specialties: Lampert provides strategic advice and presentations to international clients in the commercial, NGO and public sectors and collaborates with universities. He frequently lectures about sociocultural trends and has published two books on generational change. Martijn guides and coaches researchers and helps them bring their results and conclusions in the spotlight.Learn more.
Don’t forget to tune into Building Banking on Values. My VoiceAmerica radio show airs on Thursdays 15:00 PDT on the Business channel.Â Learn more.
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