Podcast: Agnes Foy and Jean Hurley on NFM, 2024 elections, and City culture

Lawyer Agnes Foy and GRIP’s Jean Hurley on the trouble with UK City culture, upcoming elections, AI regulation, and why NDAs are often unenforceable.

Agnes Foy is a lawyer who now works in the tech sector, and Jean Hurley is commissioning editor at Global Relay who has over 20 years of industry experience in legal and financial services publishing.

We talked about:

  • the House of Commons Treasury Committee’s Sexism in the City report and harassment in the workplace;
  • how long-held practices and public school system permeate City culture;
  • why many whistleblowers are ignored;
  • why most NDAs are unenforceable in the justice system;
  • where we stand with AI regulation;
  • data bias and why analytics is skewed;
  • elections coming up in 2024 and the potential for deepfake disruption; and
  • the potential of crypto and stablecoins and the crisis in banking.

A transcript for this podcast is available here.