Young Ambassador Program
In recognition of the fact that the students of today are the future leaders of the industry The BFO Board and Policy Council wish to facilitate a closer alliance with universities and students.
On Monday 15 August, 2016 the Industry Young/Young Ambassador for 2016/17 were announced with Glenn Stevens presenting and Adam Mostogl as guest speaker.
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The Young Ambassadors for 2016/2017
With a strong interest in economics and social issues, Amy wishes to pursue a career in banking and finance that will utilise her strengths to financially empower societies. She sees the BFO as a positive platform to promote and improve ethical behaviour throughout the banking and finance industry, facilitating a sustainable future for the industry and society alike.
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As an ambassador Yashvi looks forward to encouraging the future of banking and finance professionals, to complete all their ethical duties towards all stakeholders in good faith. By sharing the values of The BFO,Yashvi hopes to contribute to building a sustainable future by encouraging socially responsible investing.
Read more about Yaishvi.
Treshan was inspired to become an ambassador in an effort not only to promote the best moral and ethical principles which are expected of those who work in the finance and banking industry, but also to promote the moral and ethical principles which he expects in himself.
Read more about Treshan.
The BFO Young Ambassadors will have the following opportunities:
· Participation in a 12-month program
· A personal tour of the office of a Bank/Financial Institution
· An invitation to a BFO Like-minded Lunch, hosted by an industry leader with senior banking executives in attendance
· A private conversation with an Industry ‘Elder’, a respected retired member of the banking and finance industry
· Free tickets to BFO events for Ambassadors and one friend
· Participation in a 1 day ‘Vision Workshop’ where the Ambassadors work together to develop a concept
· The opportunity to present to the BFO Board and Policy Council
The BFO Young Ambassadors will be expected to champion The Oath at their universities and in their own networks, this will include willingness to speak at events and forums.