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The Crucible – Exploring Leadership: John Hooper

[nzs_heading heading=”5″] Leaders in Finance explore reputation, integrity, power, innovation, challenge, strategy, excellence and risk with the Leasing Foundation Future leaders. [/nzs_heading]


Crucible - John Hooper

John Hooper (NAB), Andy Hart (Shop Direct), Derek Soper (IAA-Advisory) and Marie-Christine Ducholet (SGEF) will meet the Leasing Foundation Future Leaders in what we call the Crucible – a frank and honest exploration of leadership.

These closed sessions are unscripted and will allow the Future Leaders to explore leadership through open, authentic, meaningful and challenging dialogue.

John Hooper, 28 March 11.30-1.00 at DWF, London PDF

Andy Hart, 23 May 2.00-3.30 at CHP Consulting, London

Derek Soper, 4 June 2.00-3.30 at Grant Thornton, London

Marie-Christine Ducholet, 2 October at SGEF, Paris

Sponsored by Société Générale Equipment Finance, NetApp Capital Solutions, Bibby Financial Services, CHP Consulting, CAT Financial,  CIT, DWF, Grant Thornton, ING, Shoosmiths.




[nzs_heading heading=”5″] John Hooper [/nzs_heading]

JOHN HOOPER is Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer, Clydesdale & Yorkshire Banks. John has been an Executive Director and on the boards of National Australia Group Europe Ltd and Clydesdale Bank PLC since 2009. He is responsible for Customer Proposition and Service, which includes Business & Private Banking, Retail Banking and frontline support teams including Marketing and Customer Experience, Operations & IT and Treasury. He has also held a range of very senior roles within the National Australia Bank Group in both the UK and Australia. John has considerable experience in merchant banking having spent time in the USA and UK with Kleinwort Benson and Henry Ansbacher & Co Limited before joining the NAB Group. He has a degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and a postgraduate degree from the University of York.