Meet the keynote speakers
Meet the keynote speakers at the 2015 National Work Life Week Conference
Ina De, Co-head, J.P. Morgan Cazenove
Ina De co-heads J.P. Morgan’s UK Banking business, J.P. Morgan Cazenove. Previously, Ina was co-head of Equity Capital Markets in EMEA, originating and executing equity deals including rights issues, IPOs, follow on offerings and equity linked issues for J.P. Morgan’s corporate and financial institution clients in the region. Prior to her role in ECM in 2000, Ina headed various teams in the firm’s Debt Capital Markets and Derivatives businesses in EMEA. Ina started her career at J.P. Morgan in 1987 in Derivatives Research.
Emma Codd, Partner Forensic and Dispute Services, Managing Partner for Talent, Deloitte
Emma Codd is a partner in Deloitte’s Forensic and Dispute Services practice where she established and manages the Business Intelligence Services team; she joined the firm in 1997. Emma’s specialist areas include Integrity Due Diligence and corruption investigations, and she has lectured to legal and financial audiences and MBA students on the risks for companies doing business in emerging markets; she is also a contributor to both print and broadcast media on this issue.
Emma is also Managing Partner for Talent of the UK firm and a member of the firm’s Executive and Board. Emma’s previous roles include: the UK member of the Global Young Partner Advisory Council and Chair of the UK Executive Advisory Group. Prior to her appointment as Managing Partner for Talent, Emma was heavily involved in Deloitte’s diversity, respect and inclusion agenda, including holding the role of sponsoring partner of the UK firm’s Women’s Network until her appointment to the Executive.
Sarah Jackson OBE, Chief Executive, Working Families
Sarah is the Chief Executive of Working Families and has led work-life balance campaigning and culture change for over twenty years. Sarah is an acknowledged expert and has worked across the political spectrum to push for positive change including the right to request flexible working, maternity and paternity leave and fathers’ rights at work. She works collaboratively with the third sector, trade unions, employers and business leaders to argue for change. Sarah spearheaded the introduction of the ‘happy to talk flexible working’ strapline to encourage a greater spread of flexible work in job advertising which has recently received the endorsement of the CBI and TUC. In 2007 Sarah was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to Quality of Life Issues. She is a member of the Policy Advisory Board of the Social Market Foundation and a Fellow of the RSA.