(All) Outlook for the UK Economy - Lunchtime Seminar from the Bank of England

Mercure Leicester The The Grand Hotel
Friday, 07 September 2018
12:15 pm – 1:45 pm
    • Rosie Smith, East Midlands Agent, Bank of England

This event is kindly sponsored by Larsen Howie

This lunchtime seminar will provide an informed insight into current issues being addressed by the Bank of England and its influential Monetary Policy Committee. With interest rates having remained at historic lows for the last ten years and Brexit approaching fast, it has never been a more exciting time to work for a central bank!

Join us for lunch between 12.15 - 12.45, with the seminar beginning at 12.45 and running for an hour.

Delegates attending the seminar will benefit from the following learning objectives:

  • The trends Rosie and the Bank’s Agents around the UK have been picking up from contacts
  • The Monetary Policy Committee’s view of what that means for future prospects for the economy
  • The implications for the policy decisions to be made by the MPC

Speaker: Rosie Smith

Rosie Smith has worked as an agent and deputy agent in the East Midlands and the North East. She joined the Bank of England in 1986 and has also worked in their banking supervision, financial stability, statistics and economics areas.

She joined the BofE straight from school and studied part-time for a BSc in Financial Economics from Birkbeck and an MBA from the University of Nottingham. She lives in Leicestershire.

  • Mercure Leicester The Grand Hotel
  • Granby Street
  • Leicester
  • LE1 6ES
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