The London Institute of Banking & Finance (LIBF) is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Zinc Communicate on the film series, ‘Finance Frontiers’.

Finance Frontiers will explore how the finance sector is innovating to tackle some of the biggest global issues of our time.

The series will be produced by Zinc Communicate, a division of Zinc Media Group and is expected to premiere in November 2022.

Shot in locations around the world, Finance Frontiers will take viewers on a cinematic journey, featuring the people, businesses and organisations who are leading the charge in a new era of banking. It will investigate the industry’s social impact through a lens of sustainability, risk management and innovation.


In a series of insightful stories from across the banking sector, Finance Frontiers will highlight how successful financial institutions are:

  • adopting digital technologies – enabling them to transform and better serve customers, and
  • managing new and emerging risks.

We’ll hear from leaders and influencers in the industry, as well as the people and businesses at the forefront of this powerful sector.

”Money really does make the world go round – and the finance sector is often at the frontier of major change. This series will showcase the innovations, transformations and cutting edge developments that demonstrate the positive impacts the sector can have around the world,” says Heather Tilston, Head of PR and Marketing at LIBF.

This series comes at an opportune time as the world gets to grips with a new and interesting era of digital developments: Web 3.0, cryptocurrency, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and blockchain; as well as the need to find innovative solutions to help tackle climate change and other global risks. It will explore how technology and finance are coming together to benefit society, and show how banks are evolving.

This is an exciting time for the finance industry, and we are delighted to be highlighting who and what is at the very edge of innovation in this space. We’ll bring greater understanding to how these developments will affect customers, banks, and professionals, using the art of high-end documentary storytelling,” says Adam Harrod, Director of Business Programming at Zinc Media Group.

We are currently seeking sponsors with interesting stories to feature in the documentary series, as well as additional media and distribution partners. To find out how you can be involved, please contact Adam Harrod, Director of Business Programming @

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