Outlook for the UK Economy
Alastair Cunningham - Bank of England
This is a confidential seminar and booking is required
This special and confidential seminar will provide an informed insight into current issues being addressed by the Bank of England and its influential Monetary Policy Committee. Delegates attending the seminar will benefit from the following learning objectives:
The trends Alastair 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
Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, has been in office for over 2 years now, and his strategy for tackling the various issues under the control and influence of the Bank of England; his relationship with Government, and his public statements, have been seen as balanced and constructive. Alastair may well add to this assessment.
Alastair Cunningham joined the Bank of England in 1994 – and became Agent for the East Midlands Agency in February 2010. There are12 regional Agents in the UK and they act as the Bank’s eyes, ears and voice in their region. Alastair leads a small team based in Nottingham from where they cover the whole of the East Midlands. The agencies are an important channel of communication between business and the Monetary Policy Committee. Alastair has an MSc in Economics from the University of Glasgow and a degree in History and Economics from Oxford University. He is a brilliant communicator in his field of work.
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