Young Banker of the Year Grand Final 2022

Event Details

The Chartered Banker Institute's Young Banker of the Year 2022 Competition is well underway!

Please note that registrations to attend this event have now closed.

The Grand Final will take place at Mansion House in London on Tuesday 21st March 2023.

If you were booked to attend the Final in December you will have received an email regarding your booking. Your booking will still remain valid but please email [email protected] if you are unable to make the new date.

Our Young Banker applicants were presented with the following question this year: 

“What idea would you implement in your organisation to improve outcomes for customers, colleagues, and communities? Your idea should reflect your vision for the future of the banking profession and be consistent with the ethos of the Chartered Banker Institute and the UN Principles for Responsible Banking.”

Meet our 4 Finalists

Bradley Bosson

Bradley Bosson

HSBC | Senior NPS Implementation Manager


Bradley joined the industry in 2016 as part of the HSBC Graduate Management Programme: working across the branch network, first direct and multiple head office teams supporting our various distribution businesses. Since then, he has moved into Wealth Management, being involved in a wide variety of projects but primarily focused on understanding his customers and ensuring HSBC’s proposition meets their needs. More recently, Bradley has been responsible for developing HSBC’s customer experience strategy and identifying opportunities for improving their service.

Jack Houston

Jack Houston

Coutts and Co | Senior Associate


Jack has been a member of the Chartered Banker Institute for 6 years, and is currently employed by Coutts as a Private Banker, based out of their Edinburgh office. As a Private Banker, Jack looks after a portfolio of Scotland’s most successful entrepreneurs, business owners and families; providing them with guidance on how to grow and protect their personal wealth. Outside of working hours, Jack has a keen interest in sport; with particular passions for both rugby and golf.

Dee Korab

Dee Korab

Sparkd | Founder and Sustainable Finance Advisor


Dee Korab is a passionate advocate and advisor in sustainable finance. She is the founder of Sparkd, a sustainable finance consultancy helping lenders finance green and greening finance. She is an advisor to the board of Zero, the UK's first climate positive bank, and has a decade of experience in banking, having previously worked at HSBC, NAB and ANZ. In 2022, Dee's industry proposal to fund the climate transition of UK real estate earned her recognition as a finalist and audience prize winner at the Chartered Banker's Young Banker of the Year Competition. Currently, she fosters sustainable finance innovation as an entrepreneur in residence at Zinc, a VC-backed startup incubator. Dee aims to mobilise and direct private capital to support the transition to a sustainable, low-carbon world.


Andrew Neilson

Andrew Neilson

NatWest | Media Relations Manager


Andrew is an award-winning PR who has worked in communications for over 15 years and currently manages media relations for NatWest, having previously worked for the BBC, National Theatre of Scotland and Assembly. Recent banking PR campaigns include working with comedian Paul Black to create the “Money Mule Man” and raise awareness of money muling and working with Manchester United goalkeeper Emily Ramsey to help give customers savings tips. Andrew is also a committee member of CIPR Scotland, the Chartered Banker Institute, part of the diversity panel of the Dandelion Festival and a member of BAFTA Scotland.

Countdown to Young Banker 2022 Final


The Live Final 

The event will run from 6.30pm to 10pm.

The Final will see these 4 candidates present their ideas to our esteemed judges and a live audience.

The judges will then choose who to announce as the 'Young Banker of the Year 2022'.

We welcome you to join us for what will be a highly inspiring event. 




Date & Schedule

Tuesday 21st March 2023.

18:30 to 22:00 GMT.

Booking Details

Please note that registrations to attend this event have now closed.