Kajal Chhapia

Kajal Chhapia | Oliver Wyman

Kajal Chhapia

Kajal Chhapia is a public policy professional with experience across financial services. Kajal recently joined Oliver Wyman, prior to which she was at the Bank of England.

Kajal joined the Bank of England in 2018 after graduating from the University of Oxford. Her main role focused on ending ‘too big to fail’ through capital and liquidity policy for global banks. During the pandemic, Kajal also spent 6 months at the Joint Biosecurity Centre (Department for Health and Social Care) determining the UK’s international travel policy. Kajal joined Oliver Wyman in 2021, working primarily across Public Sector Policy and Financial Services. Passionate about inclusion, diversity and social mobility, Kajal is also the founder and director of Divercity, a non-profit organisation championing diversity in Finance and Consulting. Kajal leads a mentoring programme with 100+ participants across 54 companies, 38 universities and 3 countries. Additionally, Kajal is particularly interested in sustainable finance and international development and holds the CFA Investment Management Certificate


Alieda Moore

Alieda Moore | Bank of England

Alieda Moore

Alieda is currently Deputy Agent for Greater London at the Bank of England, acting as the Bank’s ‘eyes’ and ‘ears’ to connect Bank policymakers with London businesses and communities.

Through meetings with senior executives across London, Alieda gathers business intelligence to inform monetary and financial stability decisions, such as the setting of UK interest rates. She also acts as a public speaker explaining the Bank’s policies to businesses, local communities and schools.

Prior to this, Alieda held the position of Private Secretary (Chief of Staff) to the Executive Director for Resolution, and started her career at the Bank as a senior analyst leading on numerous work streams in preparation for a live bank failure.

Alieda previously worked as a Consultant at Deloitte and Intern Goldman Sachs. She graduated with a First Class Honours in Economics from Loughborough University and was awarded the Head of Economics Department Prize (2012/13).

Alieda is co-chair of the Bank of England Ethnic Minorities (BEEM) network and has recently led on a successful launch of a new strategy that focuses on further senior engagement on BAME issues and initiatives aimed at making the network more inclusive to BAME and non-BAME staff. She is a mentor to one of the Bank of England African-Caribbean Scholars and has also sat on the Steering Group of the Women in the Bank network.